MADISON (WKOW) -- The Alzheimer's Association has been a part of a committee with the Department of Health Services and Kitty Rhoades to look at systematic changes as it relates to Dementia care in Wisconsin.
In early October, the Department partnered with The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread to convene a Dementia Care Stakeholder Summit to identify concrete ways in which we can work together to make Wisconsin more "dementia-capable."
Summit participants identified six top priorities for prompt intervention by the Department.
Major focus areas include:
1. Community Awareness and Services: