What is Dementia?

Dementia is a general term describing a set of symptoms that can be present in many different health conditions. The symptoms are severe enough to interfere with an individual’s daily living. They include changes in abilities related to: Memory Communication and...

Raise Awareness!

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Health Awareness Month. We know there are over 5.3 million individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease in the United States. It is important to remember the people this number represents - the individuals living with the disease and their...

Elder Abuse Awareness Day Recognized

Members of the Elder Abuse Prevention I-Team are pictured, front row, from left, Jessica Denson Myhre, Maria Johnson, Kim Wuethrich and Jean Sinkule. Second row, from left, Chris Beer, Luann Radke, Pam Kul-Berg, Laura Vorpahl and Lynn Brooks. Third row, from left,...

Dementia 101

What is the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia? This one of the most common questions asked. Dementia is a general term that describes a set of symptoms that can be present in many different health conditions. These symptoms include difficulties with...

Health Screenings Save Men’s Lives

By: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Did you ever put off doing a task or getting a test and later wished you'd just gotten it over with? If you're a man with Medicare, now's the time to talk with your doctor about whether you should get screened for...

Do you know about our board?

Do you know about our board? A little ADRC History.... Wisconsin is the birthplace for ADRCs. The long history of ADRC development starting in the 1990s as people in Wisconsin came together to develop the concept of ADRC. The first ADRCs in Wisconsin began operation...