Calendar

The events and activities can be sorted  according to what county they are located in by using the “Categories” menu below:

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Aug
24
Thu
2017
Richland Center Memory Café @ Woodman Senior Center
Aug 24 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

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.

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Aging & Disability Resource Center Holds Office Hours at Gays Mills Community Center
Aug 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

 

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
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Aug
25
Fri
2017
ADRC of Eagle Country Governing Board Meeting @ Richland Center Community Services Building
Aug 25 @ 9:30 am

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.

 

 

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Aug
31
Thu
2017
Aging & Disability Resource Center Holds Office Hours at Gays Mills Community Center
Aug 31 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

 

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
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Sep
7
Thu
2017
Aging & Disability Resource Center Holds Office Hours at Gays Mills Community Center
Sep 7 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

 

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
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Sep
11
Mon
2017
Medicare Maze @ Community Services Building
Sep 11 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

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.

 

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Sep
14
Thu
2017
Aging & Disability Resource Center Holds Office Hours at Gays Mills Community Center
Sep 14 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

 

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
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Sep
19
Tue
2017
Family Caregiver Support Group @ Sauk Prarie Community Center
Sep 19 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Family Caregiver Support Group. A light dinner will be served. No cost.

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Grandparent and Relative Caregiver Circle @ Sauk Prairie Community Center
Sep 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Grandparent and Relative Caregiver Circle.  A light dinner will be served.  No cost.

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Sep
21
Thu
2017
Sauk City Memory Cafe @ Sauk Prairie Community Center
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

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.

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