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Provides services: information: referral: and advocacy to older adults: adults with disabilities: adults with mental health or substance abuse disorders: and their families and caregivers – Assists with examining all their options before major life changes are made – Provides short-term case management: advocacy: benefit specialist: and health promotion services – Provides reimbursement for help with heavy household chores: seasonal cleaning: yard work: snow shoveling: minor home repairs and shopping services – Volunteer drivers provide rides for essential transportation such as medical needs: grocery shopping: and benefits-related appointments call to request three days in advance – Staff are available to speak on many issues call to request a speaker – Senior Times is a free newspaper that is published monthly and provides articles and information on services and issues affecting older people it is available at all Senior Dining sites and other community locations .

To deliver healthy meals to those who qualify in Chippewa County: WI.

Provides information on medical, legal, social, and long-term placement needs of persons with Alzheimer’s disease – Provides individual consultation and emotional support – Some printed materials in Hmong.

Safe Return provides registrants and their families with a personalized bracelet and other identification materials (the programs nationwide, toll-free 800 number is listed on the identification pieces), and stores contact information in a confidential, national computerized database. When a Safe Return registrant wanders and is found, the person who finds him/her can call the Safe Return toll-free number located on the wanderers identification bracelet, necklace, wallet card or clothing labels. The Safe Return care consultant immediately alerts the family member or caregiver listed in the database to be reunited with their loved one. If a person is reported missing, Safe Return faxes the missing persons information and photograph to local law enforcement agencies. The local Alzheimers Association provides family support and assistance while police conduct the search and rescue. St Croix and Trempealeau Counties. People with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders

American Heritage Girls is the premier national character development organization for young women that embraces Christian values and encourages family involvement.