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Dementia Information and Education
The Dementia Information and Education page provides an overview of the community education that is available as well as some basic facts and information sheets about the various dementia-related diseases and practical areas of concern. Learn more...
Services and Supports
The Services and Supports page provides an overview of the community resources for guidance, education, respite and much more. Learn more...
Dementia Friendly Communities
The Dementia Friendly Communities page provides an overview of the education that is available for businesses and organizations to be able to better serve their customers or members with dementia. Learn more...
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
Are you caregiver looking for stress relief and other useful information? Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a 6-week educational series designed by Stanford University. Participants develop a wealth of self-care tools to reduce personal stress, improve self-confidence, communicate more effectively in challenging situations and much more.
Caregivers benefit whether helping someone who lives at home, in a nursing home or across the country.
Classes are offered throughout the year; pre-registration is required. To register for this or other healthy living classes, contact the Aging & Disability Resource Center, 262-605-6646 or 1-800-472-8008 or click the red button below.
This bold and innovative program is designed specifically for family caregivers of persons living with dementia.
The Savvy Caregiver Training Program provides over twelve hours of face-to-face training with dementia experts, a caregiver manual and access to additional online caregiving tools. The participant will gain:
- Knowledge to manage activities of daily living
- Skills to assess the abilities of your family member and adjust your approach as needed
- Confidence to set and achieve caregiving goals
For more information and to register, call Susan Johnson at 262-605-6602.