Adult Day Care
Adult Day Care Agencies
Adult Day Care and Disability Services
Center for Independent Living “For Sale and Donation”
Power of Attorney for Healthcare
Power of Attorney for Finance
Supportive Decision Making Form (Download the form before completing it)
Guardian of Person Duties and Powers
Guardian of Estate Duties and Powers
Resources for Caregivers
Dementia: On-line Training for Family Caregivers: This training provides valuable information for caregivers, family and friends of people living with dementia.
Alzheimer’s Association: The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading health organization in Alzheimer’s care, research and support; their site contains information and resources for people living with dementia, caregivers and family and professionals in the field of cognitive impairment and dementia. Information on many types of dementia is provided, not just Alzheimer’s Disease.
Pocket Films: What is Alzheimer’s Disease: Short and informative, these films give brief glimpses into Alzheimer’s Disease and its impact.
Book List for Dementia Care and Brain Health: Contact the ADRC for assistance with obtaining any of the resources.
Powerful Tools for Caregivers Class: Call 715-279-7870 for more information
The US Department of Veterans Affairs has created a Caregivers Video Series for caregivers of people living with Dementia. While these videos were created to aid Veteran caregivers, they are appropriate for anyone who is a caregiver for a person living with dementia. Each series is broken up into different modules however you do not need to watch them in order or even watch them all. Caregivers can choose the videos most appropriate for their situation.
Series One (scroll towards the bottom of the page): Information and Support for In-Home Dementia Caregivers follows Harold and Margaret as they move through the stages of dementia and includes important information on such things as going to the doctor, safety proofing the home and taking care of yourself as the caregiver.
Series Two (scroll towards the middle of the page): Introduces Frank and Teri and looks at both ideas for communicating with a person living with dementia as well as addressing behavioral concerns using the ABC Model of intervention.
Tips for Dementia Caregivers (the first set of videos under the Caregivers Video Series): Includes videos on a number of topics such as knowing how much help to provide and how to maintain non-sexual intimacy.
Dementia Friends Information Session: Dementia Friends is a movement changing the way people think, act and talk about dementia. Become a Dementia Friend and help make a big difference in your community.
Dementia Live: This simulation experience provides insight into life for a person living with dementia and can be used to heighten awareness for community businesses and organization or even your own family who wants to better understand living with this disease.
Small changes help make a dementia friendly community - Alzheimer's Society: This short YouTube video provides a look at life for a woman with dementia when the community is not dementia friendly and what a difference a few small changes can make.
Social Security: Information on SSDI/SSI
Medicare: Information on Medicare
Access Wisconsin: Information on Medicaid and Foodshare
Buffalo County residents: https://www.buffalocounty.com/165/Energy-Assistance
Pepin County residents: https://energybenefit.wi.gov/OnlineApps/OnlineApp/Default
Final Affairs Forum 2021
ADRC 101: Presented by Jennifer Nelson/Information & Assistance Specialist (Power Point)
Hospice 101: Presented by Amy Skoug/St. Croix Hospice (Power Point)
Welcome To Medicare: Presented by Julie Fick/Elder Benefit Specialist (Power Point)
Funeral Planning: Presented by James Sedlmayr/Rhiel Funeral Home (Handout)
Legal Affairs Part 1 and Part 2 : Presented by Steve Schultz/Seifert & Schultz, S.C. (Handout)
Resources and Information
Senior Nutrition Program
Food Commodity Program
Other Nutrition Resources