Dan Finds Independence After Transition
On the door of Dan Nitchske’s bedroom hangs a handwritten sign that says, “Welcome Dan!”
Bethesda provides a variety of intermittent support services in Wisconsin, including community life supports and day programming along the I-94 corridor between Milwaukee and Madison, and integrated employment services in the north woods of Rhinelander. Bethesda also offers short-term care and respite options for people we support and their guardians.
People with developmental disabilities looking for educational supports can live the college experience and pursue a higher education at Bethesda College, made possible through our partnership with Concordia University of Wisconsin (CUW).
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