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Supporting the Wisconsin State Dementia Plan: Volunteer Interest Survey, F-02896 (10/2021)

Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias are considered a major public health crisis by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and the World Health Organization. A coalition of agencies, organizations, and advocates are currently implementing the Wisconsin State Dementia Plan: 2019-2023 to address this growing public health crisis in our state and to improve the life of thousands of families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and to minimize the public and private costs of these devastating conditions. 

The State Dementia Plan is a Wisconsin plan. Success of the plan relies on the involvement of our community, medical, social, crisis and protective service, advocacy, and provider networks. Although work on the State Plan has begun and much has been accomplished, we actively seek the guidance and expertise of additional professionals and volunteers. 

To accomplish the goals of the Wisconsin State Dementia Plan there are four leadership teams:
  • Care in the community
  • Health care
  • Crisis response for people with dementia
  • Facility-based care

You can learn more about the specific goals and strategies of each work group in the Wisconsin State Dementia Plan. We are committed to addressing the disparities seen in dementia-related issues, particularly as they pertain to communities of color, rural communities, and Tribal nations.

Please provide your information and interests below to learn more and get involved.
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