Prevention & Wellness

Memory Cafe News


10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's Disease - What do we Know?

Alzheimer's Foundation of America Monthly Webinars

Assistive Technology Tips

Attention Older Adults! Vaccines Are Not Just For Kids

Caregiver Action Network: New Alzheimer's Videos

Caregiver Call-In Flyer

Caregiver: Grandparents Guide to Raising Children with Disabilities

Caregiver - Respite Care

Caregiver Stress Check

Caregiver Support Group Call-In

Caring for a Person with Alzheimer's Disease/National Institute on Aging

Caregiving Resource Center; Senior Housing Options; Legal & Financial Rights; End of Life Care

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Website

Consumer's Toolkit for Health Care Advance Planning

C.O.P.E. with COPD

Dementia Caregiver Training Catalog

Discussing Home Care: Guidelines

Driving and Aging

Drug Interactions: Check Your Drugs with Mediguard

Elderlife Financial Services

Evidenced Based Prevention Programs within Winnebago County

Family Caregivers Providing Complex Chronic Care to People with Cognitive and Behavioral Health Conditions

Family Caregiving and Anticipatory Grief

Fearless Caregiver Newsletter Subscription

Financial Steps for Caregivers: What You Need to Know about Protecting Your Money and Retirement

Fox Valley Memory Project

Free Alzheimer's e-Learning Course for Family Caregivers

Friendships...When to Hold'em or Fold'em - The demands of caregiving can often push friends away...or bring them closer together.

Guides, Tips, Fact Sheets to Help You Know Your Options

Hearing Loop Installations in Wisconsin

Home for the Holidays: Topics to Discuss with Aging Parents

Home Safety Alzheimer's and Dementia

How to Really Help a Caregiver

How to Take Care of You While Caring for Another - Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes

I have Alzheimer's Disease

Information & Support for In-Home Dementia Caregivers - Office of Rural Health (ORH)

Living Well with Chronic Conditions Interactive Website 

Managing Someone Else's Money

Men's Grief Group Flyer

Mobility Friendly Home

Online Depression Screening

Property Fraud Alert

Safe at Home

Share the Care

The Arthritis Toolkit Flyer 

The Sneaky Side of Caregiver Burnout

Winnebago County Fall Prevention Resource Guide

WISER Special Report: The Effects of Caregiving

WISER Fact Sheet: Caregiving and Retirement Security

WISER Special Report and Toolkit: Caregivers - Care for Yourself While Caring for Others

 Your Emergency Preparedness Stockpile: What You Need to Know

The Inside E Street (part of segment titled “Balancing Caregiving and Work” has aired online, with 3 videos all focused on working caregivers. 

  1. The video titled "Employees and Caregivers," features an interview with Wendy Breiterman of Johnson & Johnson (J&J).  The video focuses on the struggles that working caregivers face.
  2. The video titled “Balancing Caregiving and Work,”  focused on family caregivers in the workplace and features individuals who either play the role of a caregiver or are working to make life easier for employed caregivers:  Trish Hughes Kreis; a caregiver for her brother with epilepsy;  Joan Williams, Director of the Center for Work Life Law at Hastings law school in CA;  Elizabeth Kristen, Legal Aid Society Law Center in San Francisco, CA;  Walter Yost, Reporter for Sacramento Bee and  Kathleen Kelly, Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) talk during this video.
  3. In the video titled “Family Friendly Workplaces,”  Ellen Bravo, Executive Director of Family Values at Work and Ellen Galinksy, President and Co-Founder of Families and Work Institute, discuss flexibility, public policies and provide some statistics on working caregivers.
  4. The segment can be viewed online here.
















































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