The Senior Caregiver's Resource Guide is a valuable and practical Reference for Aging Adult Services in Dane County. Included is an abundance of Information, Support Systems, Organizations, Businesses, Senior Housing Facilities, useful Articles, Referral Sources, Agencies, as well as Programs pertaining to Adults 50+.
This annual Guide, an online and print publication, is for Family Members taking care of their Parent(s) locally or outside of Dane County, Active Aging Adults, Caregivers, Baby Boomers, Case Managers, Elder Care Professionals, Social Workers, Older Adults, Discharge Nurses or anyone exploring the wide array of services for Aging Adults as well as Adults with Disabilities.
We strive to enlighten individuals with the necessary educational tools to make informed decisions regarding the aging process, this includes updating the website as well as discovering new resources.
If it's important to the active 50+, it's in the Caregiver's Resource Guide.
NAVIGATING THIS WEBSITE
Below is a brief description of the Website pages, listed above (in the blue section), from left to right.
Home is this page, the page you are currently reviewing.
There are a variety of Articles pertinent to Aging Adults, organized by topic and in alphabetical order.
The Aging Adult information is separated into the following Sections. Each Section contains helpful Categories. If you are new to this
subject or just beginning your research for Adult Aging Services, the Category terms may seem confusing or overwhelming. Therefore, there is a description and additional information next to each Category.
Housing: Senior Housing Communities & Facilities
Health: Health & Wellbeing Services
Enrichment & Educational Opportunities
Terminology is a separate glossary of common words related to Aging.
Profiles are advertorials featuring 24 local Businesses.
Calendar features events of interests to Seniors and/or Caregivers
At the upper top left of this page, there is additional information:
We hope this information is helpful in your search.
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