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The Alzheimer’s Association, Southeastern Wisconsin created the Workplace Education Program to help businesses of all types and sizes address the growing challenges posed by Alzheimer’s disease and other chronic conditions causing individuals to need care.

The following presentations are typically one hour long, however, program lengths can be adjusted to meet specific needs.  In order for a program to be most successful, we recommend presentations of an hour or longer.

Click here to learn about the implications Alzheimer's disease has for the business community.

Workplace Education Program Curricula

The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease 

This program provides information that everyone should know about memory loss and what that means for all of us. Explore memory loss, dementia and Alzeimer's disease. Learn about risk factors, research, treatments and steps to a proper diagnosis/assessment.

The 3 R's of Caregiving: Resources, Responsibilities and Respite

This presentation covers help available, why caregiving is difficult and the need to take a break. The Responsibilities of caring are discussed so participants recognize their role. Through a review of Resources that are available, caregivers can expand their support as they care. Respite, the need to take a break, is explored. This basic session helps caregivers to go forward supported in their role.

Know the 10 Signs

This interactive workshop identifies the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer's disease and the benefits of early detection. Separate myth from reality and addres commonly held fears about Alzheimer's in America. Hear from people who have the disease and find out how to recognize the signs. 

Nourish Your Noggin

This fun and interactive program is for anyone interested in brain health. Topics include how memory works, age-related memory changes - what is normal and what is not - and how to live a brain healthy lifestyle. 

Download a printable Workplace Education Program flyer here.

To schedule one of the workshops described above, a customized presentation or participation in an employee health fair, contact Lynda Markut, Workplace Education Coordinator at  414.479.8800 or via e-mail at lmarkut@alz.org.



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