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Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center
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The ADRC is a free, "one-stop shop" for older people, people with disabilities and their families. We provide reliable information and guidance on a wide variety of topics including: 
  • Choices available to meet individuals' long term care needs
  • Elder and adult abuse investigation
  • Guardianship
  • Help with Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, SeniorCare and other benefits 
  • In home services 
  • Medical equipment loan closet
     
    What's Happening...

    Lighten Up Classes
    New Lighten UP! classes are starting soon!
    Registration is required.  Call 262-605-6646 to register.

        Lighten Up Class
     
     
    Powerful Tools For Caregivers
    Do you…set up medications, run errands, make meals, do yard work, clean house, or handle finances for an adult?
    Our next 6-week Powerful Tools for Caregiver class will begin Wednesday, September 10. This class is for the family/friend caregiver who cares for an adult. It will be held weekly at Wynwood Assisted Living, 7377 88th Avenue, Kenosha from 6:30-8:30pm. Call the ADRC at 262-605-6646 for information on upcoming classes.

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    Legal and Financial Planning for People with Dementia
    This workshop on Monday, September 15 is for family/friend caregivers who are caring for a loved one with memory loss. You will gain a better understanding of the legal and financial issues that may impact your loved one.

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    Care Facilities - The When, What and How
    This workshop provides infomation on when to consider a care facility, types of care facilities and how to pay. Wednesday, September 17.

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    National Council on Aging - Free Online Diabetes Self-Management Program Pilot
    NCOA is pleased to announce that is has launched a national pilot of the online Diabetes Self-Management Program, named Better Choices, Better Health®–Diabetes (BCBH-Diabetes).

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    Arthritis Foundation and NCOA - Free Online Arthritis Self Management Program
    NCOA has partnered with the Arthritis Foundation to offer the online Arthritis Self-Management Program, name Better Choices, Better Health®–Arthritis (BCBH-Arthritis).

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    Contact Us
    Aging & Disability Resource Center

    8600 Sheridan Road
    Suite 500
    Kenosha WI, 53143

    Call: 262-605-6646
    Toll Free: 1-800-472-8008
    Fax:  262-605-6649
    Email the Aging & Disability Resource Center

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    Staff Contacts

    All staff may be reached at our main phone number or our general email address above.

    LaVerne Jaros
    Director

    Carolyn Feldt
    Elder & Disability Services Manager

    Rachel DeWildt
    Information, Assistance & Access Supervisor

    Rebecca Dutter
    Adult Protective Services Coordinator

    Paula Clark
    Outreach Coordinator

    Renee Foy
    Health and Wellness Programs Coordinator

    Kathy Ford
    Caregiver Training

    Helen Sampson
    Quality Specialist