FSRC Newsdesk

FSRC NewsdeskANTI-RACIST COMMITMENT: FSRC staff are committed to being held accountable, open to participation in honest discussion, and continuous education of ourselves as it relates to systemic and institutional racism locally and beyond.

The CLTS Family Webpage has been updated to provide you with the information you need to know to fully understand and access the program. Families who are enrolled or are interested in learning about the program can find information about CLTS Updates and Resources.

Check out the latest edition of DHS All in For Kids Newsletter – Spring and previous editions: All In For Kids Newsletter March 2023; All In for Kids Newsletter September 2022; All In for Kids Newsletter June 2022; All In For Kids Newsletter March 2022; All In for Kids Newsletter December 2021All in For Kids Newsletter September 2021 ; All In for Kids Newsletter May 2021All In For Kids Newsletter February 2021All In for Kids Newsletter January 2021 For Spanish or Hmong newsletters: 2023; 2022; 2021; 2020

COVID-19: FSRC staff have returned to the office on a part-time basis and are following the Dane County Face Covering Emergency Order. Staff are fully vaccinated and have resumed face to face meetings when all parties feel safe and comfortable. Our office remains closed to the general public. If you have any additional questions or concerns, call the FSRC office at 237-7630 or email Heidi Rossiter, Executive Director, at hrossiter@fsrcdane.org.

We encourage you to be frequently checking the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) website for more up to date information about COVID-19 and what you should be doing: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/index.htm

COVID-19 resources for parents and guardians

COVID-19 vaccines for children and teens

View priorities for a safe return to school for children with complex health needs at reset4kids.org

Coping with COVID-19: Project Recovery Hotline 608-237-1255 from 7:00am – 11:00pm or project recovery@cacscw.org. Project Recovery

Visit the Resilient Wisconsin webpages on the DHS website for tips on practicing self-care, maintaining social connections and reducing stress and anxiety.

For resources within Dane County, check out Dane County Covid 19 and Dane County Public Health; Dane County Resource for Impacts of COVID-19 (Spanish); Dane County Resource for Impacts of COVID-19 (Hmong)

Link to a full list of Covid resources: Waisman Center

How to Help Families and Staff Build Resilience During the COVID-19 Outbreak – From the Center on the Developing Child Harvard University

Website link for educational information and resources assembled by the Southern Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs https://cyshcn.waisman.wisc.edu/school-and-special-education/

DPI COVID-19 Special Education Q and A Document

Please stay safe and healthy,
Heidi Rossiter
Executive Director