http://www.adrceagle.org America/Chicago America/Chicago America/Chicago 20181104T020000 -0500 -0600 CST 20190310T020000 -0600 -0500 CDT ai1ec-2322@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland (608) 647 - 8522 Symons Recreation Complex Open House – November 10th & 11th , 2017 – Free USE of the Facility Both days, bring a friend and try a class, use the pool, whirlpool, sauna or exercise equipment FREE on November 10th & 11th , 2017. 20171110 20171112 +43.346328;-90.399606 Symons Recreation Complex @ 1250 Symons Circle, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Symons Recreation Complex Open House free ai1ec-2330@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Rita Kidd; 608-475-1294 This event is by appointment only.   Please call ahead to make your appointment!  608-475-1294 20171207 20171208 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Richland Hospital – Look Good Feel Better free ai1ec-2417@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z The Wisconsin Dental Association and WDA Foundation will provide FREE dental care through a Mission of Mercy (MOM) program. DATE Friday, June 22 and Saturday, June 23, 2018 WHERE Exposition Center at Wisconsin State Fair Park, 8200 W. Greenfield Ave., West Allis, WI 53214 TIME Doors open 5:30 a.m. Patients seen on first-come, first-served basis with approximately 1,000 patients treated each day. Patient quota is typically reached by 10 a.m., so come early! WHO Adults and children of all ages with limited financial resources or otherwise unable to visit a dental office and who do not have a medically-compromising condition that prohibits safely receiving care are welcome. Children under age 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. No day care available on site. CARE Cleanings, fillings, extractions and limited treatment partials offered. All work provided free by 1,000 volunteer dental professionals and community helpers donating their time and skills. NOTE Photo identification, Social Security number or other personal ID/documentation are NOT required. Interpreters will be available to assist patients who speak Spanish, Hmong or American Sign Language. Answers to other frequently asked patient questions can be found in the Mission of Mercy section under the WDA Foundation tab on WDA.org. Please do NOT wait for the WDA Mission of Mercy to seek care for dental pain, as this could signal a serious condition. Visit WDA.org for a list of low-cost dental clinics and other information. If dental pain is severe and accompanied by a fever or swelling, go to a hospital emergency room immediately! It’s the smiles – not the miles – that make it a mission! 20180622 20180623 +43.017811;-88.0146 Exposition Center at Wisconsin State Fair Park @ 8200 W Greenfield Ave, West Allis, WI 53214, USA 20180623T000000 0 Two Days of Free Dental Care for Those in Need! free ai1ec-890@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk NAMI Sauk County, Trish Vandre; 608-355-4435; tvandre@co.sauk.wi.us 20160220T143000 20160220T153000 Sauk Library @ 515 Water Street, Sauk City, WI 53583, USA FREQ=WEEKLY;BYDAY=SA;WKST=SU 0 Depression/Bipoloar Support Group Support Groups Free ai1ec-1455@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk 608-370-6199 Peer Support – Sauk Prairie, serving the local mental health population.  This group is a peer led and run support group that meets weekly on Saturdays.  Meetings are held in the August Derleth Room of the Sauk City Public Library from 9:30am to 11:00am.  If you are interested call: 608-370-6199 or 608-434-2653, 20160220T155300 20160220T165300 Sauk City Public Library FREQ=WEEKLY;BYDAY=SA;WKST=SU 0 Peer Support Alzheimer's Support groups ai1ec-1437@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford,Juneau,Richland,Sauk ADRC of Eagle Country Regional Office; 608-649-5934; meghan.rohn@co.richland.wi.us The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country Governing Board holds meeting normally on the fourth Friday of each month.  Please check the calendar in the case of a meeting date being moved.     20160226T093000 FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=4FR;BYMONTH=11,12 +43.33464;-90.386066 Richland Center Community Services Building @ 221 West Seminary Street, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=4FR 0 ADRC of Eagle Country Governing Board Meeting free Tags (optional) 1 ai1ec-357@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Juneau Mauston ADRC Office; 608-847-9371; jcadrc@co.juneau.wi.us 20160301T090000 20160301T120000 +43.796076;-90.075844 Mauston ADRC Office @ 220 La Crosse Street, Mauston, WI 53948, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=1TU 0 Foot Health Clinics Classes & Screenings ai1ec-1102@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk Public Health Department This event is held the 1st and 2nd Thursday of each month. There is a $25 fee for this service and appointments are required.  Please call 608-355-4313 20160303T180000 20160303T203000 ST JOHN’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH @ 100 Oak Street, Prairie du Sac, WI 53578, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=1TH 0 Foot Clinic Clinics Classes & Screenings,Events,Footcare 25.00 ai1ec-1100@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk Public Health Department There is a $25 fee for this service.  Appointments are required. 20160308T180000 20160308T203000 Maple Ridge Senior Apartments @ 300 Mack Drive, Reedsburg, WI 53959, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=2TU 0 Foot Clinic Clinics Classes & Screenings,Footcare $25.00 ai1ec-1101@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk Public Health Department This event takes place the 2nd Wednesday of ODD months. (Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, Nov) There is a $25 fee for this service.  Appointments are required. 20160309T180000 20160309T203000 20131009T180000 20131211T180000 HOLY CROSS EPISCOPAL/UNITED METHODIST CHURCH @ Wisconsin Dells, WI, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=2WE 0 Foot Clinic Clinics Classes & Screenings,Events,Footcare ai1ec-1120@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk Public Health Department There is a $25 fee for this service and Appointments are required. 20160310T190000 20160310T213000 +43.282533;-89.722255 ST JOHN’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH @ 100 Oak St, Prairie Du Sac, WI 53578, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20161231T235959Z;BYDAY=2TH 0 Foot Clinic external Footcare $25.00 ai1ec-353@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Juneau Mauston ADRC Office; 608-847-9371; jcadrc@co.juneau.wi.us An Alzheimer’s Support Group that reoccurs on the 2nd Monday of every month. There is NO COST to attend. 20160314T133000 20160314T143000 +43.796075;-90.075845 Mauston ADRC Office @ 220 La Crosse St, Mauston, WI 53948, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=2MO 0 Alzheimer’s Support Group external Alzheimer's Support groups FREE ai1ec-1134@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk Carol Olson; 608-742-9055; carol.olson@alzwisc.org What is a Memory Cafe? A Memory Cafe is a social gathering place where individuals with memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, early A;Alzheimer’s, or other dementia, can come together. Family and friend are encouraged to join! We meet once a month in a relaxed environment ot visit, share common interests, and enjoy refreshments. Each monthly cafe is unique and offers a program or activity that’s stimulating and fun. Activities will be chosen by participants, depending on interests. If you require assistance to participate, please have someone accompany you. How do I participate? You may call ahead for more information and directions, or just come! You can contact The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Alliance state office at 608.232.3400 or toll-free at 1.888.308.6251. How is it funded? We are grateful to all the participants, volunteers, partners, financial contributors, and host site that make these Memory Cafes possible. There is no charge to attend any of the Memory Cafes, but donations are welcome to help cover costs.   CLICK HERE to view the 10 warning signs, and if you ever have any questions or concerns feel free to contact the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin. The ADRC also offers free memory screen. 20160317T093000 20160317T110000 +43.272793;-89.726288 Sauk Prairie Community Center @ 730 Monroe St, Sauk City, WI 53583, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=3TH 0 Sauk City Memory Cafe free Alzheimer's Support groups,Caregiver Events & Activities,Support Groups ai1ec-2008@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Symons Recreation Complex; 608-647-8522 Stepping On is a program proven to reduce falls and build confidence in older people. Participants gain specific knowledge and skills to prevent falls in community settings. It is designed specifically for people who are: at risk of falling have a fear of falling have fallen one or more times Workshops are facilitated by trained leaders and provide a safe and positive learning experience. Preregistration is required.  Call Symons Recreation Complex at 608-647-8522 20160607T130000 20160607T150000 20160628T130000 +43.324629;-90.382196 Pippin Conference Room (UW-Richland Campus) @ 1200 US-14, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160727T235959Z;BYDAY=TU;WKST=SU 0 Stepping On: Falls Prevention Session 1 free ai1ec-2006@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Becky Debuhr; 608.723.4288; becky.debuhr@alzwisc.org What is a Memory Cafe? A Memory Cafe is a social gathering place where individuals with memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, early Alzheimer’s, or other dementia, can come together. Family and friend are encouraged to join! We meet once a month in a relaxed environment ot visit, share common interests, and enjoy refreshments. Each monthly cafe is unique and offers a program or activity that’s stimulating and fun. Activities will be chosen by participants, depending on interests. If you require assistance to participate, please have someone accompany you. How do I participate? You may call ahead for more information and directions, or just come! You can contact The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Alliance state office at 608.232.3400 or toll-free at 1.888.308.6251. How is it funded? We are grateful to all the participants, volunteers, partners, financial contributors, and host site that make these Memory Cafes possible. There is no charge to attend any of the Memory Cafes, but donations are welcome to help cover costs.   CLICK HERE to view the 10 warning signs, and if you ever have any questions or concerns feel free to contact the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin. The ADRC also offers free memory screen. 20160623T093000 20160623T113000 +43.344173;-90.388985 Woodman Senior Center @ 1050 N Orange St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=4TH 0 Richland Center Memory Café free Alzheimer's Support groups ai1ec-2007@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Roxanne Klubertanz-Gerber; 608-647-4616; roxanne.klubertanz@co.richland.wi.us Dementia Friendly Communities Stakeholder Meeting There are things we can do both on a small and large scale to help make our community more friendly to persons living with dementia and their caregivers.  If you have an interest in helping this effort in our community this meeting is the place to start. For more information contact Roxanne Klubertanz-Gerber 608-647-4616 20160623T130000 20160623T150000 +43.33464;-90.386066 Richland County Health and Human Services @ 221 W Seminary St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Dementia Friendly Communities Stakeholders Meeting free ai1ec-2009@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Symons Recreation Complex; 608-647-8522 Stepping On is a program proven to reduce falls and build confidence in older people. Participants gain specific knowledge and skills to prevent falls in community settings. It is designed specifically for people who are: at risk of falling have a fear of falling have fallen one or more times Workshops are facilitated by trained leaders and provide a safe and positive learning experience. Preregistration is required.  Call Symons Recreation Complex at 608-647-8522 20160809T130000 20160809T150000 +43.32429;-90.38096 Symons Recreation Complex @ 1250 US-14, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160921T235959Z;BYDAY=TU;WKST=SU 0 Stepping On: Falls Prevention Session 2 free ai1ec-2010@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Symons Recreation Complex; 608-647-8522 Stepping On is a program proven to reduce falls and build confidence in older people. Participants gain specific knowledge and skills to prevent falls in community settings. It is designed specifically for people who are: at risk of falling have a fear of falling have fallen one or more times Workshops are facilitated by trained leaders and provide a safe and positive learning experience. Preregistration is required.  Call Symons Recreation Complex at 608-647-8522 20160922T133000 20160922T153000 +43.324629;-90.382196 Pippin Conference Room (UW-Richland Campus) @ 1200 US-14, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20161104T235959Z;BYDAY=TU;WKST=SU 0 Stepping On: Falls Prevention Session 3 free ai1ec-2060@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Juneau ADRC of Eagle Country - Prarie du Chien; 608-326-0235   Visit with vendors and learn about services, screenings, and products they have to offer music provided throughout the day on-going pool and fitness programs to participate or just to check out delicious lunch and much more Music Schedule 9 am  Tim Bohnenkamp 10 am Janet Finn 11 am Music by Diane & Al 12 pm Mike McCoy   Speaker Schedule 9:30 am  Tammy Thompson – Tips for Getting Active & Staying Active 10:30 am Mary Antoine – History of Prairie du Chien and the Early People 11:30 am Sandy Goree & Shelby Moose – Nutrition Education 12:30 pm Diane Koth – Power of Attorney for HealthCare   $5.00 Lunch Special serving from 11am-1pm Choice of Sandwich: Turkey & Dressing, Pork Tenderloin or Chicken Salad with Cole Slaw, Chips, Cookie & Beverage Prepared by Zinkle’s Piggly Wiggly   20160929T090000 20160929T130000 +43.031296;-91.141394 Hoffman Hall Recreation Center @ 1600 S Wacouta Ave, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821, USA 0 Senior Expo free ai1ec-2105@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland ADRC of Eagle Country - Richland Center Office; 608-647-6416 Medicare Maze Richland County Health & Human Services – Aging and Disability Resource Center is offering free seminars to anyone interested in learning more about Medicare. Joanne Welsh, Richland County Elder Benefit Specialist will explain choices you may want to consider and decisions you need to make when you use Medicare. All sessions will be at the Community Services Building 221 W. Seminary St., Richland Center Who Should Attend – Anyone turning 65 (recommend you attend a session at least 4 months prior to turning 65) Anyone working and age 65 who has never contacted the Social Security Administration Seniors and their families Anyone thinking of retiring Some of the Medicare topics include: How and When to Sign Up, You Have Choices, and Gain a Better Overall Understanding.  Please feel free to attend one or more sessions – reservations required Space is limited – RESERVATIONS are required – call 608-647-4616 at least 5 working days prior to session.   20170109T133000 20170109T143000 +43.33464;-90.386066 Community Services Building @ 221 W Seminary St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 20170213T133000 20170313T133000 20170410T133000 20170522T133000 20170612T133000 20170807T133000 20170911T133000 20171009T133000 20171218T133000 0 Medicare Maze free ai1ec-2125@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Becky DeBuhr; 888-308-6251; www.alzwisc.org Learn the basics of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia along with the changing needs and approaches to use as Alzheimer’s disease progresses. Presented by Becky DeBuhr, Outreach Specialist, Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin   20170215T180000 20170215T193000 +43.133361;-90.708157 Boscobel Care & Rehab @ 207 Parker St, Boscobel, WI 53805, USA 0 Introduction to Alzheimer’s & Dementia free ai1ec-2155@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk ADRC of Eagle Country - Baraboo Office; (608)355-3289 Family Caregiver Support Group. A light dinner will be served. No cost. 20170314T170000 20170314T180000 +43.272793;-89.726288 Sauk Prarie Community Center @ 730 Monroe St, Sauk City, WI 53583, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=3TU 0 Family Caregiver Support Group free ai1ec-2126@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z 18th Annual Understanding and Coping with the Challenges of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Thursday, March 16 Southwest Wisconsin Technical College, Fred Lenz Conference Center 1800 Bronson Blvd., Fennimore 8:30 a.m. -3:00 p.m. The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin and the Grant County Dementia Care Network are excited to present the 18th Annual Understanding and Coping with the Challenges of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, to offer family members, direct care workers and professionals an excellent opportunity to learn the latest information and resources that can help you face this growing health epidemic. Learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and person centered care through informative and interactive presentations. The day will begin with Art Walaszek, MD, a geriatric psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin, discussing the ways Alzheimer’s disease leads to changes in cognition and functioning. He will focus on the behavioral and psychological symptoms, including depression, anxiety, hallucinations, paranoia and sleep disturbance. Dr. Walaszek will address assessment of behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia and approaches to managing these symptoms.   Suzanne Bottom –Jones will present on the Sandwich Caregiver, those who are caring for both a younger and older generation at the same time. She’ll look at the effects on a caregiver’s cognitive health and ways to manage these conflicting agendas. Bottom-Jones is the product director and co-owner of ABAIT, LLC, which promotes healthy outcomes and better quality of life for those experiences cognitive changes.   Participants will be revitalized during a presentation called Activities for Dementia: the Key to Quality of Life. Suanne Zimmerman, professional dementia trainer will lead this panel discussion. “Activity” can refer to almost everything we do throughout the day. What activities are suited to people with dementia? Join our expert panel of Activity Directors to learn how to integrate, modify and initiate activities at home or in a facility.   Registration fee is $25 per person; includes breakfast and lunch. Pre-registration is required. Scholarships are available for family caregivers and respite care is available. Call the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance at 608.723.4288 or the ADRC at 608.723.6113 for more information.   The Grant County Dementia Care Network is a collaborative effort to meet the needs of people with dementia and their families. Local agencies included the Aging & Disability Resource Center-Southwest; Good Samaritan Society – Fennimore; Grant County Department of Social Services; Grant County Health Department; Home Care Select; Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Michigan; ManorCare-Platteville; Park Place Senior Living; Sienna Crest-Platteville; Southwest Behavioral Services; Sunset Fields Apartments and UW Platteville. 20170316T083000 20170316T150000 +42.976248;-90.636917 Southwest Wisconsin Technical College, Fred Lenz Conference Center @ 1800 Bronson Blvd, Fennimore, WI 53809, USA 0 18th Annual Understanding and Coping with the Challenges of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia free $25 ai1ec-2143@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland ADRC of Eagle Country - Richland Center Office; 608-647-4616 ADRC services will now be available at select times at the Viola Library. 20170316T133000 20170316T160000 +43.504978;-90.667436 Viola Library @ 137 S Main St, Viola, WI 54664, USA 0 ADRC Satellite Services at the Viola Library free ai1ec-2156@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk ADRC of Eagle Country - Baraboo Office; (608)355-3289 Grandparent and Relative Caregiver Circle.  A light dinner will be served.  No cost. 20170321T180000 20170321T190000 +43.272793;-89.726288 Sauk Prairie Community Center @ 730 Monroe St, Sauk City, WI 53583, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=3TU 0 Grandparent and Relative Caregiver Circle free ai1ec-2148@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford Are you caring for an ill spouse or older family member? Do you sometimes find yourself overwhelmed by responsibility? Are you unsure how to manage caregiving responsibilities and still tend to your own needs? Powerful Tools for Caregivers will help you learn skills to cope with the demands of caring for someone; assertive communication, handling challenging situations, stress management and more! You’ll be able to share concerns and find solutions in a confidential, comfortable atmosphere under the guidance of trained class leaders. Classes meet weekly for 6 weeks for 1.5 hours each week. Respite care may be available if you need someone to stay with your care recipient while you attend the workshop. The workshop is free. Refreshments will be provided. Classes meet Thursday mornings 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 pm April 6-May 11, 2017 CROSSING RIVERS HOSPITAL (POLODNA CENTER) 37868 US Hwy 18, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821   Space is limited. To reserve a place, or if you have questions please call:   The AGING & DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER-Prairie du Chien Office (608) 326-0235 TOLL FREE 1-877-794-2372 20170406T103000 20170406T120000 +43.021694;-91.112874 CROSSING RIVERS HOSPITAL @ 37868 US-18, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821, USA 20170406T103000 20170413T103000 20170420T103000 20170427T103000 20170504T103000 20170511T103000 0 Powerful Tools for Caregivers free ai1ec-2157@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Marina; (608)355-3289 Cancer Clear & Simple (3 part series) Reedsburg Human Service Building (425 6th Street in Reedsburg) April 6, April 13, April 20 at NOON Contact Marina to Register by calling (608)355-3289 20170406T120000 20170406T130000 +43.53836;-90.004746 Reedsburg Human Service Building @ 425 6th St, Reedsburg, WI 53959, USA 20170406T120000 20170413T120000 20170420T120000 0 Cancer Clear and Simple free ai1ec-2147@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford   Walk-ins are welcome, or you can schedule appointments in advance by calling the ADRC at (608) 326-0235; toll free 1-877-794-2372. The ADRC serves people: 60 and older 18 and older with physical or developmental/intellectual disabilities 18 and older with mental health or substance abuse issues And their caregivers, family, friends, and the community   ADRC services are free, unbiased, and confidential.  Specialists can assist you or help you connect you with the resources you need such as: Understand and Apply for Benefit Programs Options Counseling for in-home services, nursing home or assisted living Medicare enrollment, Insurance Choices and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans Applying for Social Security Disability (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Home Delivered Meals, Senior Dining Sites, Transportation 20170406T130000 20170406T160000 0 Aging & Disability Resource Center Holds Office Hours at Gays Mills Community Center free ai1ec-2159@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk ADRC of Eagle Country - Baraboo Office; (608)355-3289 Stepping On Sauk Prairie Community Center (730 Monroe Street in Sauk City) Thursday April 27th thru Thursday June 8th 1:30-3:30pm Register by calling Marina at the ADRC (608)355-3289 20170427T133000 20170427T153000 +43.272793;-89.726288 Sauk Prairie Community Center @ 730 Monroe St, Sauk City, WI 53583, USA FREQ=WEEKLY;COUNT=7;BYDAY=TH;WKST=SU 0 Stepping On – Sauk Prairie free ai1ec-2171@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Transition to Adulthood & Applying for SSI” – A Training on Transition for Families, Youth and Providers April 27 and May 9, 2017 (both sessions are required) 6-8pm Richland Center Community Center 1050 N. Orange Street Richland Center, WI 53581 There is no charge for this event and your registration includes dinner. 20170427T180000 20170427T200000 +43.344237;-90.3893 Richland Center Community Center @ 1050 N Orange St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 20170509T180000 0 Transition into Adulthood & Applying for SSI – A Training on Transition for Families, Youth and Providers free ai1ec-2158@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk ADRC of Eagle Country - Baraboo Office; (608)355-3289 I’m Turning 65: Now What? Tuesday May 9th at 4:30 at the West Square Building (505 Broadway) in Baraboo This workshop discusses insurance questions confronting new retirees and those who are continuing to work. 20170509T163000 20170509T173000 +43.470268;-89.744659 West Square Building @ 505 Broadway St, Baraboo, WI 53913, USA 0 I’m Turning 65: Now What? free ai1ec-2216@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk ADRC of Eagle Country - Baraboo Office; 877-784-2372 20170628T090000 20170628T113000 +43.470268;-89.744659 West Square building Room 213 @ 505 Broadway St, Baraboo, WI 53913, USA FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20170802T235959Z;BYDAY=WE;WKST=SU 0 Powerful Tools for Caregivers free ai1ec-2270@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Home Health United; 1-877-356-4514; HomeHealthUnited.org Drop-In Grief Support Group Second Wednesday of the Month August – December 2017 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. Richland Court House Conference Room 2 (1st Floor) 181 W Seminary St Richland Center WI No registration required. Participants are welcome to attend at their convenience. The group is intended for adults and is not suitable for those under 18. (child care will NOT be provided) Meetings are facilitated by Home Health United staff and are supported by the Richland County Veterans Service Office. Military Veterans and their adult family members are welcome to attend. For more information contact: Home Health United – Hospice 1-877-356-4514 Veterans Service Office 608-647-6101 Visit HomeHealthUnited.org for a full listing of grief support groups being offered. 20170809T033000 20170809T050000 +43.33408;-90.386269 Richland Court House - Conference Room 2 (first floor) @ 181 W Seminary St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20171220T235959Z;BYDAY=2WE 0 Home Health United Drop-In Grief Support free ai1ec-2271@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Richland Hospital - Diabetes Educator(s); 608-647-6321 20170815T140000 20170815T150000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital, Pippin Hall 1 @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=3TU 0 The Richland Hospital Diabetes Support Group free ai1ec-2299@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford ADRC of Eagle Country - Prarie du Chien; 608-326-0235   Visit with vendors and learn about services, screenings, and products they have to offer music provided throughout the day on-going pool and fitness programs to participate or just to check out delicious lunch and much more   20170928T090000 20170928T130000 +43.031296;-91.141394 Hoffman Hall Recreation Center @ 1600 S Wacouta Ave, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821, USA 0 Senior Expo free ai1ec-2290@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland The Richland Hospital Therapy Center; 608-647-6321 Extension: 2402 Are you concerned about, or have, a chronic disease such as obesity, diabetes or hypertension? Our free wellness workshops empower people with chronic disease and their families to effectively manage their condition and live a healthier life. Workshops take place in a collaborative environment where participants can learn from each other. Participants will learn techniques that will help them: • Promote healthy eating habits and medication control • Gain control of blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol levels • Learn exercises to maintain strength and endurance • Communicate better with your doctor • Access to ongoing support and community resources • Reduce overall health costs UPCOMING WORKSHOP: To register, please contact: The Richland Hospital Therapy Center 608-647-6321 Extension: 2402 Workshops include six different sessions. Each session covers a new topic. Sign up today and remember to to mark your calendars so you are able to attend all sessions! Session 1 – Monday, October 2,2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm Session 2 – Monday, October 9, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm Session 3 – Monday, October 16, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm Session 4 – Monday, October 30, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm Session 5 – Monday, November 6, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm Session 6 – Monday, November 13, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm 20171002T130000 20171002T150000 +43.334308;-90.400671 Schmitt Woodland Hills @ 1400 W Seminary St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 20171002T130000 20171009T130000 20171016T130000 20171030T130000 20171106T130000 20171113T130000 0 Diabetes Prevention and Support free ai1ec-2304@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland On November 3rd from 2:00 p.m. -4:15 p.m., Cathy Ryan, with the Richland County Energy Assistance Program, will be available to answer questions  and provide application assistance to Richland County residents at the Viola Library.  She will be joined by Joanne Welsh, Elder Benefit Specialist from the ADRC of Eagle Country’s Richland Center Office, who will explain how to navigate the Medicare Plan Finder Part D website and assist you to enroll in a Medicare Part D plan.  Contact the ADRC of Eagle Country – Richland Center office at 608-647-4616 to reserve your time and obtain information on what you need to bring to the Medicare Part D clinic. If you are unable to attend or would like more information contact: Cathy Ryan at Richland County Healthy and Human Services at 608-647-8821 or Joanne Welsh at the ADRC of Eagle Country, Richland Center Office at 608-647-4616. 20171103T140000 20171103T161500 +43.504978;-90.667436 Viola Library @ 137 S Main St, Viola, WI 54664, USA 0 Energy Assistance and Medicare Part D free ai1ec-2331@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Deanna Gochenaur; 608-647-6321 20171201T070000 20171201T110000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Richland Hospital Partners Bake Sale free ai1ec-2329@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Birth Center; 647-6321 20171206T180000 20171206T190000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospita @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Richland Hospital Newborn Education Class free ai1ec-2334@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Deanna Gochenaur; 608-647-6321 7:00am until sold out. 20171208T070000 20171208T080000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Richland Hospital Partners Bake Sale free ai1ec-2335@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Deanna Gochenaur; 608-647-6321 20171208T090000 20171208T150000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Richland Hospital Collective Goods Sale free ai1ec-2338@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Birth Center; 608-647-6321 20171213T180000 20171213T210000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Richland Hospital Labor Support Class free ai1ec-2341@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Deanna Gochenaur; 608-647-6321 20171221T110000 20171221T160000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Blood Center of Wisconsin Blood Drive free ai1ec-2342@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland ssmhealthathomewi.com For those grieving a loss.  Group is intended for adults and prior registration is encouraged.  A minimum number must be registered for the group to run. 20180111T153000 20180111T173000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 20180111T153000 20180118T153000 20180125T153000 20180201T153000 20180208T153000 20180215T153000 0 Richland Hospital – When Mourning Dawns free ai1ec-2345@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland ssmhealthathomewi.com For those grieving a loss.  Group is intended for adults and prior registration is encouraged.  A minimum number must be registered for the group to run. 20180111T153000 20180111T173000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 20180111T153000 20180118T153000 20180125T153000 20180201T153000 20180208T153000 20180215T153000 0 Richland Hospital – When Mourning Dawns free ai1ec-2362@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland The Richland Hospital Therapy Center; 608-647-6321 Ext: 2402 Are you concerned about, or have, a chronic disease such as obesity, diabetes or hypertension? Our free wellness workshops empower people with chronic disease and their families to effectively manage their condition and live a healthier life. Workshops take place in a collaborative environment where participants can learn from each other. Participants will learn techniques that will help them: • Promote healthy eating habits and medication control • Gain control of blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol levels • Learn exercises to maintain strength and endurance • Communicate better with your doctor • Access to ongoing support and community resources • Reduce overall health costs Workshops include six different sessions. Each session covers a new topic. Sign up today and remember to to mark your calendars so you are able to attend all sessions! 20180206T140000 20180206T160000 +43.189511;-90.442861 Muscoda Public Library @ 400 N Wisconsin Ave, Muscoda, WI 53573, USA 20180213T140000 20180220T140000 20180227T140000 20180306T140000 20180313T140000 0 Diabetes Prevention and Support free ai1ec-2372@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Roxanne Klubertanz-Gerber; 608-647-4616 Thursday March 8 A listening session will be held by the Aging & Disability Resource Center on Thursday March 8, 2018 at the Viola Library from 1200 pm – 3:00 pm. The purpose is to gain input from community members for the 2019-2021 Richland County Aging Plan. Input is used to create plan goals relating to Aging programs within the county. For more information call Roxanne Klubertanz-Gerber, ADRC Manager, 608-647-4616. 20180308T120000 20180308T150000 +43.504978;-90.667436 Viola Library @ 137 S Main St, Viola, WI 54664, USA 0 Listening Session – Community Input for the 2019-2021 Richland County Aging Plan free ai1ec-2374@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Roxanne Klubertanz-Gerber; 608-647-4616 Tuesday March 20 A listening session will be held by the Aging & Disability Resource Center on Tuesday March 20, 2018 at the Lone Rock Library from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. The purpose is to gain input from community members for the 2019-2021 Richland County Aging Plan. Input is used to create plan goals relating to Aging programs within the county. For more information call Roxanne Klubertanz-Gerber, ADRC Manager, 608-647-4616. 20180320T130000 20180320T160000 +43.18548;-90.197875 Lone Rock Library @ 234 N. Broadway St., Lone Rock, WI 53556, United States 0 Listening Session – Community Input for the 2019-2021 Richland County Aging Plan free ai1ec-2402@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Symons Recreation Complex; 608-647-8522; info@symonsrec.com 10 Week Tai Chi Fundamentals Are you interested in better balance and stability? April 4th—June 8th Wednesdays 12:30-1:30pm & Saturdays 10:30-11:30am (No class Saturday May 19th, 2018) Class is held at Symons Recreation Complex. Tai Chi Fundamentals is considered an evidence-based fall prevention course for older adults. Tai Chi is a non-impact exercise, it is easy on the joints and is a gen-tle workout for your legs. In research Tai Chi has been shown to have numerous health benefits including; strength, flexibility, cardiovascular and respiratory. Class is for those 60 or older that are wheel chair bound or those requiring help stand-ing or if you would like to have better balance and stability. If you have a walker or wish to practice seated, a chair is provided. Cost for the 10 week program is $20.00 for Non-Members FREE for SRC Members This class has been made possible with the support of ADRC of Eagle Country. For more information or to register for the class. Call Symons Recreation Complex at 608-647-8522 20180404T123000 20180404T133000 +43.346328;-90.399606 Symons Recreation Complex @ 1250 Symons Circle, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 20180404T123000 20180407T123000 20180411T123000 20180414T123000 20180418T123000 20180421T123000 20180425T123000 20180428T123000 20180502T123000 20180505T123000 20180509T123000 20180512T123000 20180516T123000 20180523T123000 20180526T123000 20180530T123000 20180602T123000 20180606T123000 0 Tai Chi for Balance free ai1ec-2368@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland ADRC of Eagle Country - Richland Center Office; 608-647-4616 20180419T150000 20180419T160000 +43.344237;-90.3893 Richland Center Community Center @ 1050 N Orange St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=3TH 0 Richland County Caregiver Support Group free ai1ec-2423@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country – Richland Center office, serving Richland County residents, will be coming to your community on… Tuesday April 24th and Tuesday May 22nd 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. The Elder Benefit Specialist and Information and Assistance Specialist, who are trained in assisting people who are 18-59 with disabilities or over the age of 60 will be available for walk in appointments. Our specialists have a vast knowledge of public benefits including: Medicare, Medicaid, Long Term Care programs, Food Share, Energy Assistance, Disability, other financial resources, housing, resources for caregivers, transportation, and much more. For further information please contact the: ADRC of Eagle Country – Richland Center Office 221 West Seminary Street Richland Center, WI 53581 608-647-4616 20180424T130000 20180424T150000 20180522T130000 0 Lone Rock Satellite Services free ai1ec-2399@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland Becky DeBuhr; 608-723-4288; becky.debuhr@alzwisc.org Are you caring for an individual with Alzheimer’s or other dementia? Attend this program to learn how to communicate in the late stage of dementia and better understand their emotions. FREE, no registration necessary. 20180517T170000 20180517T183000 +43.344237;-90.3893 Richland Center Community Center @ 1050 N Orange St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 0 Communication and Emotion in Late Stage Dementia free ai1ec-2346@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Richland ssmhealthathomewi.com For those grieving a loss.  Group is intended for adults and prior registration is encouraged.  A minimum number must be registered for the group to run. 20180722T170000 20180722T190000 +43.339114;-90.382843 Richland Hospital @ 333 E 2nd St, Richland Center, WI 53581, USA 20180722T170000 20180729T170000 20180805T170000 20180812T170000 20180819T170000 20180826T170000 0 Richland Hospital – When Mourning Dawns free ai1ec-2487@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford 20180830T210700 20180830T220700 0 free ai1ec-2497@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford 608-326-0235 20180922T090000 20180922T130000 +43.014159;-91.106634 Crossing Rivers Health @ 37868 US-18, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821, USA 0 Senior Fest 2018 free thumbnail;http://www.adrceagle.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Sr-Fest-300x248.jpg;300;248,medium;http://www.adrceagle.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Sr-Fest-300x248.jpg;300;248,large;http://www.adrceagle.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Sr-Fest-300x248.jpg;300;248,full;http://www.adrceagle.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Sr-Fest-300x248.jpg;300;248 ai1ec-2486@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Heather Moore; 608-723-4288 An educational discussion group for people with mild memory impairment and their families. Learn coping skills, enhance family communication, and provide guidance toward developing future plans. Tuesdays: October 9, 16, 23 & 30 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. Café Hope and Unity 120 N. Beaumont Rd., Prairie du Chien, WI An informational interview is required. Contact Heather Moore, 608.723.4288, for details. Contact Dementia Outreach Specialist Heather Moore, 608.723.4288, for details. Crawford/Grant/Iowa/Lafayette Regional Office P.O. Box 363 Lancaster, WI 20181009T090000 20181009T113000 +43.052394;-91.146173 Cafe Hope and Unity @ 120 N Beaumont Rd, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821, USA 20181016T090000 20181023T090000 20181030T090000 0 Crossing Bridges free ai1ec-2489@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford A monthly social gathering place for persons with memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, early Alzheimer’s, or other dementia and their family and friends. Third Tuesday of each month – Start date: November 20 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Hoffman Hall 1600 S. Wacouta Ave., Prairie du Chien Hosted by Hoffman Hall 20181120T100000 20181120T113000 +43.031274;-91.141449 Hoffman Hall @ 1600 S Wacouta Ave, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=3TU 0 Memory Cafe free ai1ec-2491@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Crawford For family, friends and other persons who are caring for a loved one with a chronic illness. Share tips, learn problem- solving techniques and discover you’re not alone. Fourth Tuesday of each month – Start date: November 27 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Hoffman Hall 1600 S. Wacouta Ave., Prairie du Chien, WI Hosted by Hoffman Hall 20181127T211200 20181127T221200 +43.031274;-91.141449 Hoffman Hall @ 1600 S Wacouta Ave, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821, USA FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=4TU 0 Caregiver Support Group free ai1ec-1884@www.adrceagle.org 20190218T113238Z Sauk MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT OCTOBER 15TH, 2015 – DECEMBER 7TH, 2015   It’s time once again to review your Medicare Part D plan. Even if you did so last year, it’s important to do so again this year as plan coverages and costs do change from year to year.   Would you like to…… Learn how to do it yourself MEDICARE PLANFINDER 101 Learning to Choose the Best Plan for you This year, the ADRC is partnering with the Reedsburg Area Medical Center and Sauk Prairie HealthCare to Teach Medicare beneficiaries how to determine their Best prescription drug plan. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to navigate Medicare.gov Planfinder How to compare drug plans How to enroll in a drug plan WHAT YOU WILL NEED Medicare card List of current medications Laptop or tablet (Limited computers available for use on site) WHEN AND WHERE Monday, October 5th RAMC – Fusch Center 10am-12pm   OR   1pm-3pm Wednesday, October 7th West Square Building .  Baraboo Room B30 4:30pm-6:30pm Thursday, October 8th Sauk Prairie Healthcare 10am-12pm   OR   1pm-3pm (Please arrive ½ hour prior to start time in order to set up your computer. Classes will begin promptly. Light refreshments will be provided.)   OR Have us do it for you PART D ASSISTANCE CLINICS The Aging & Disability Resource Center will once again be offering clinics throughout open enrollment in Baraboo and Plain. New this year, we will be adding an additional clinic in the Sauk Prairie area. At our clinics, we can help you: Evaluate your current plan Compare your current plan to other plans to determine if changing could Save you money * Enroll for the first time if you did not enroll when you were first eligible A Print out from the pharmacy of Your current medications Medicare card   PLEASE NOTE: There are no changes to SeniorCare, the Forward Card or the VA prescription program.   To participate in any of these events, please call the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country Baraboo office (608-355-3289) and our receptionist will schedule you an appointment 20201005T130000 20201005T150000 RAMC – Fusch Center 0 Medicare Open Enrollment