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Encore: Education for Caregivers

Elderly woman holding a young hand

Sue Quirt, R. N., Shady Lane’s administrator, will present Teepa Snow’s approach. “End of Life & Letting Go” helps families to give comfort, communicate when there are no words, and support those in their care as they reach the end of their journey. The program is part of a series that explores coping with the […] read the rest »

Caregivers’ Morning Out: The GEMS Brain Change Model

Sue Quirt of Shady Lane will present the GEMS brain change model. As we age, our brains change. This is an informative and supportive way to approach dementia. Learn how to modify environments, manage situations, and adjust expectations to make your life and your loved one’s life a little easier. The more you know, the […] read the rest »

Governor Schreiber Tells His Story of Caregiving

We welcome former Governor Martin J. Schreiber who, with Cathy Breitenbucher, tells of his journey in caring for his beloved wife, Elaine, as she struggled with Alzheimer’s disease in his new book, My Two Elaines: Learning, Coping, & Surviving as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver. His honest, heartfelt story offers caregivers the support they so welcome. The […] read the rest »

Poetry & Music Wisconsin’s New Poet Laureate!

Karla Huston by Mike Roemer

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Meet Karla Huston, Wisconsin’s 2017-2018 Poet Laureate! Remember when you were in school the number of poems you memorized, or wrote, and enjoyed? Karla will lead a session on poetry and its joy, both reading and writing and she’ll read some of her own poetry. Audiences find Karla engaging and fun. and we know you […] read the rest »

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