Become Dementia Friendly
Change Your Dementia Care Culture!
Roseville Launches Alzheimer's, Dementia
Community Action Plan
Hear What Those Living With Dementia
Think About Demetia Friendly Communnities & Businesses
Please post your comments there!
Click Here To learn more about the
Roseville Alzheimer's & Dementia Community Action Team (Rsvl A/D)
and Roseville Act on Alzheimer's Project.
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Collaboration...The Key Component in the Battle Plan Against Dementia.
Join our Campaign to become Dementia Friendly.
Bottom line all businesses and individuals need to become Dementia Friendly. The statistics alone show the numbers are staggering and only growing. Now is the time to get ahead of the game before negative outcomes increase. We offer "Dementia Friendly Programs" for both companies and individuals.
How does your organization interact with those dealing with dementia? Do you even know when the person you are talking to has dementia or when you have engaged a care partner struggling to care for a loved one? Chances are you don't have a clue.
There are no significant signs of dementia until a person is further along in the disease. Many people with memory loss are still driving. Alzheimer's disease and Dementia are not just for the "old." People in their 40's are being diagnosed. Did you know that? What else don't you know?
Much of what you and your company does effects people with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of Dementia as well as those caring for them. There are many things you can do to be "Dementia Aware and Dementis Friendly." None of them have to break your budget. In addition, you can help remove the stigmas that those living with the disease have to deal with daily. Contact us and let us show you how to differentiate your organization, become a positive influence in your community, build your brand and your customer base all at the same time by utilizing our multiple platforms, tools and resources.
Amazing Film Setting A Great Example
Of How To Be Demetia Friendly
Wisconsin State Journal Highlights
Watertown and It's Goal To Become
A Dementia Friendly Community
Journalist Doug Erickson spent the better part of a day visiting and observing 88 year old, Shirley Strysick who has dementia. He also talked with a wide variety of indivuals and businesses intersted in becoming Dementia Aware and Dementia Friendly.
WFDL Radio Interview - Dementia Friendly Community - October 21st, 2013
Are your ready to join the wave?
If yes, contact us and we will help you become Dementia Friendly too!