ADRC of Racine County, Wisconsin


Dementia/ Alzheimer’s


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Understanding Dementia


Where to Start/Find Help

  • I am concerned about my memory.  The ADRC is able to offer free Memory Screens to adults.  A memory screen is a wellness tool that helps identify possible changes in memory.  Book an appointment for yours today by contacting the ADRC. 

  • Someone I know has/may have Dementia  Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Resources

  • I care for someone with Dementia. Caregiving can be a challenging and emotionally exhausting role, but you don’t have to do it alone.  Connect with our Dementia Caregiver Support Specialist at the ADRC.

  • Caregiver in-depth lessons, practical steps and guided support: Contact the ADRC for information about the Trualta program 262-833-8777.  Ask for caregiver support or visit  for more information on this valuable program.

  • Elopement Alert Form - Racine County Residents of  Special Needs Alert Program (SNAP)  The Racine County Sheriff’s Office has implemented a program that will aid Law Enforcement Officers in contacting and locating residents of Racine County with special needs.  The program can assist individuals with all types of special needs, such as, Alzheimer’s, Autism, Down Syndrome, Dementia and those with hearing and vision impairments.  By completing the attached form, you will provide the Sheriff’s department with crucial information that can assist in providing the best care during emergencies.  For additional questions, please call the Racine County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center at 262-886-2300.

 Autism/Alzheimer/Dementia Elopement Alert Form 

Connect to Local Resources

ADRC Directory of Dementia Care Resources

Advance Directives (Power of Attorney etc…)

Care Consultations with Alzheimer's Association Staff. Contact Felicia at 262-833-8777 to request an appointment at your convenience.

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.

Memory Café -comfortable, social gathering that allow people experiencing memory loss and a loved one to connect, socialize and build new support networks. 

Racine - Flyer  English and Spanish. For information contact 262-833-8777

Mount Pleasant - Flyer     For information contact 262-833-8777  

Burlington - Flyer  For information contact Chad at 262-212-3596

​Music and Memory  Flyer  A program for people with Alzheimer’s (or other forms of dementia) and their caregivers. 

SPARK  Discover FREE art experiences for people with memory loss and their caregivers at the RAM’s Wustum Museum and the Racine Art Museum.

Support Groups - Call the ADRC 262-833-8777 or see the Caregiver page for times and dates available.


Dementia Capable Wisconsin

Wisconsin Dementia Capable - A Guide for Family Caregivers  The Wisconsin Department of Health Services provides an online training for family caregivers on dementia related information and strategies to consider when providing care.  Also available in Spanish.

Wisconsin Dementia Friendly Communities


Information & Resources

  • Alzheimer’s Association Help Line  800-272-3900
    Local Chapter: Wisconsin Chapter
  •     800-438-4380 Resources from the Administration for Community Living on Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. 

  • Alzheimer's Foundation of America  866-232-8484  support, services and education for individuals, families and caregivers.

  • Brain Health (National Institutes of Health)  Tips to learn more about improving your brain health

  • Caregiver Support- (ADRC) 262-833-8777  14200 Washington Ave, Sturtevant, WI 53177.  Information, support, education and respite care resources to assist families caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia and related disorders

  • Dementia articles at AARP  Link to a variety of dementia related information. 

  • Frontotemporal Degeneration, The Association for, 866-507-7222   *local support group available
  • Huntington’s Disease Society of America –  Wisconsin Chapter   877-330-2966

  • Lewy Body Dementia Association     800-539-9767

  • US Veterans Department   855-260-3274  For those caring for a Veteran, resources on dementia care through the VA and information on new research on dementia in Veterans. 
  • Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute   608-263-9949   Program that provides information, education, research, outreach, advocacy and service programs to help improve lives, advance knowledge and inspire hope.

  • Wisconsin Parkinson’s Association  414-219-7061 or 800-972-5455   Information, advocacy, support groups, education and screening workshops.