UW geriatrician offers advice for older adults isolating during the holidays
The program was the sixth edition of the Addressing Systemic Racism education series, held Friday, November 20.
Event features updates in dementia care and research. Thank you to our speakers and attendees!
WAI Regional Milwaukee Office director’s accomplishments are featured in new issue of Quarterly magazine
Dr. Carlsson joined the Dementia Matters podcast for an interview November 5, 2020
In a discussion that covered the long legacy of discrimination against Black people in American science and its continued effects on people of color’s health and quality of life, the fifth Addressing Systemic Racism webinar drew an audience of more than 250.
The free, virtual event series will cover topics including hearing loss and caregiving. Join in from home and listen to health experts and ask questions. Sign up today!
New Friends pairs people who are living with memory impairment with UW students. All meetings are virtual this year.
Gov. Evers appointed 33 to the council, charged with creating a comprehensive plan to achieve equitable health outcomes for all people in Wisconsin
The discussion about Alzheimer’s disease research at UW included WAI Director Cynthia Carlsson, MD, MS, who talked about the impact of underlying factors on Alzheimer’s disease and WAI’s commitment to improving brain health throughout Wisconsin.