A dementia-friendly organization is one whose staff has been trained in how best to serve its customers who have dementia and one that has looked at its environment and made the changes needed to help improve the the experience for individuals who struggle with memory challenges. To become a dementia-friendly organization; the organization must commit
We are an aging society, and more and more people will be living with dementia in the future. Health & Human Services staff at the Sheboygan County Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) are working to create awareness around this condition, in tandem with providing other services to senior citizens and people with disabilities in
The Purple Angel shown in a window is the universal symbol worldwide for dementia friendliness. It’s a welcoming symbol that says employees have gotten dementia awareness training and are sensitive to the needs of customers who may have dementia.