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.
Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute (WAI) is excited to welcome Sarah Klein in her new role as WAI administrator.
Harris joined the program to discuss health disparities and dementia and strategies for change.
The 7th annual Breaking The Silence event welcomed more than 200 attendees on April 15, meeting for the first time virtually.
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