The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute is committed to health equity and to improving the quality of life of people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia and their families. Through research initiatives, statewide memory clinic development, education, and public health programs, we identify and provide strategies to reduce dementia risk and offer access to effective care. We invite you to join us in building a future to remember.
The event explored the untold story of how American descendants of slavery experience worse health outcomes than other groups, an important foundation of existing health disparities in the United States. Watch a recording here.
UW Health Geriatricians encourage family members and caregivers to connect with elders. Older adults can combat the effects of isolation by getting outside every day, joining online clubs, and talking on the phone.
Join us July 17! This is part two in a series of events examining systematic racism and its impacts on public health. The first event, held June 19, 2020, had more than 550 attendees.
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