ADRC of Racine County, Wisconsin

Senior Services

Caregiver Support Services are designed to assist those that are age 60 and older and their caregivers. These programs provide support, relief and education to those that have become a caregiver for an adult aged 60 and older or the adult themself should they require assistance.  Brochure

Under the scope of these services are:


Current Events:

See our Calendar for upcoming events!



Important News about Your Medicare Card - Click Here


Upcoming Class/conference Flyers:

Classes offered - contact Elizabeth at 262-833-8762 for more information

Caregiving Relationships,

Healthy Living with Diabetes  

Living Well with Chronic Conditions  

Powerful Tools for Caregivers   

Stepping On  


Know your way around a tablet computer? Become a volunteer coach for the new  Sip and Swipe Cafe Tablet training program

List of area Caregiver Support Groups 

ADRC Volunteer Opportunities

Caregiver Worksheet


Caring for someone with dementia?  Check out the Alzheimer's Family Caregiver Support Program (AFCSP). Call the ADRC 262-833-8777 for more information about the program.

Alzheimer's Association - Area Programs:
Share your stories and socialize with others who have worries about their memory. 
Third Thursday of each month   
1:30—3:00 pm  Parkside Cafe
1400 Highway 11, Union Grove, WI
New attendees RSVP to 414-479-8800
Social Engagement Opportunities see: 
Care Consultations with Alzheimer's Association Staff - times available at the ADRC offices.  Contact Felicia at 262-833-8761 to request and appointment at your convenience.
Alzheimer's Association programs and classes in Racine and Kenosha for 2018 - Flyer


Elopement Alert Form

The Racine Police Department in partnership with Racine County Aging & Disability Resource Center, and The Volunteer Center of Racine, has developed the “Autism/Alzheimer/Dementia Elopement Alert Form”. The form will permit the Care Provider of an individual with Autism, Alzheimer’s, or other Dementia to inform the Racine Police Department and other First Responders about the special needs related to the individuals that may wander or get lost. Completing and submitting this form is voluntary. This Form will be used for the care of Individuals that are lost or found that cannot communicate or may not be able to fully care for themselves. The details provided by completing this form will speed up verification of data about the missing individual. Click the link below to be connected to the form location.  There is the form and a narrative document.

Autism/Alzheimer/Dementia Elopement Alert Form


Topics and Articles of Interest - 

When Caregiving Ends

Caregivers Have Rights Too

Conflict Over Caregiving is Common

Loss and Grief in Caregiving

Find Support in Your Caregiving Role

Caregiver Stress

Care Partners

Caring While Respecting Wishes

Assisted Living Information

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