Public Health: Improving quality of life for individuals, families, and communitie affected by Alzheimer's disease

New Best Practice Guide from the Wisconsin Dementia Resource Network (WDRN)

  The Wisconsin Dementia Resource Network,would like to announce the latest WDRN Best Practice Guide, “Dementia Friends Wisconsin, A Guide for Getting Started”.  This guide along with all the WDRN Best Practice Guides can be downloaded from their website: http://www.wai.wisc.edu/publichealth/guides.html You will need to complete a very brief registration to connect to the guides.  The information […]

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Teen Employment Opportunity! Youth Advocates for Community Health (YACH)

The Youth Advocates for Community Health (YACH) program is a paid opportunity for high school students aged to gain hands-on experiences improving health at the local level. A small group of youth will work as a team to identify strategies and develop plans to address a community health issue they care about. In Dane County, […]

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Dane County Emergency Notification System – Are You Registered?

COUNTY OF DANE Department of Emergency Management JOE PARISI, County Executive       CHARLES A. TUBBS, SR., Director Dane County’s Emergency Notification System is used to alert people and provide important information during an emergency.  In the event of an emergency, officials can identify the affected area and send a message that describes the situation and recommends […]

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Dane County UW-Extension Welcomes Summer Interns

UW-Extension is excited to welcome two new summer interns, Renatou Zongo and Mara Shelley!   Renatou Zongo is a student at East High School who will be interning with UW-Extension through a partnership with Centro Hispano’s Escalera program. She will be working with several program areas to explore and learn about the efforts of UW-Extension within the community. […]

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Simpson Street Free Press & Dane County UW-Extension

During the summer of 2018, Dane County UW-Extension will be hosting staff writers from the Simpson Street Free Press, a nonprofit newspaper and youth center that teaches critical thinking and writing skills in hopes of bridging Madison’s achievement gap. Learn more about the student writers and read the articles they have written in the sections below. Articles […]

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