Caring for your loved one but don't know where to start?

Caring for your loved one but don’t know where to start?

Start with Trualta.

Trualta is an online learning portal designed for families. With articles, videos, tip-sheets, and professional level training, there is something for everyone.

Trualta helps family caregivers:

  • Reduce stress

  • Find local resources

  • Provide better care for their loved ones

Learning on the go  It is easy to use, convenient, and available 24/7 – Lessons range from 5 minutes to 2 hours, so it is easy to fit caregiving training in whenever it works for you. Learn from trusted sources – no apps, nothing to download.

“Teepa Snow is a jewel. Every time I listen to her I learn more and more, she is a blessing to us caregivers.”

~ Patricia from “Teepa Snow: Dementia Care Provisions”

We are looking for caregivers who are:

  • Struggling to adjust to new care situation
  • Caring for someone with a new diagnosis
  • Or looking to increase their confidence in their caregiver abilities

And are:

  • Self-motivated
  • Have a device with high-speed internet (computer, laptop or smartphone)
  • If not tech savvy, willing to learn with minimal instruction

Does this sound like you?

If you are interested in learning more and to gain access to Trualta, call us.  

Let’s start the conversation.

(920) 448-4300.

Every caregiver has a custom learning journey, with Trualta, chose the topics that interest you, learn any time of the day, at your own pace.

“Excellent reminder of how critical using assertive techniques and asking for help is for everyone.”

~ Betty from Assert Yourself and Ask for Help.

Disabilities

Employment Guide for Persons with Disabilities

Outlines employment options including information on job assistance for older adults, veterans, and adults with disabilities. Examples are Social Security Administration Work Incentive programs, how to find funding, assistive technology, and legal issues and advocacy.

Information and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities

List of organizations that assist persons with disabilities and their families, i.e.: finding services, assistive technology, and support groups in addition to providing education and advocacy on disability related issues and so much more.

Durable Medical Exquipment - Donate - Purchase Used List

ADRC and Options for Independent Living Loan Closets are closed to lending and accepting items.

List of sources for donating equipment you have or to purchase used equipment.  Examples are assistive devices for the bathroom, bedroom, walkers, canes, wheelchairs, etc.  If you need to explore more options call the ADRC at 920-448-4300 for assistance.

Programs for Individuals with Disabilities

List of organizations that serve persons with disabilities with programs to help them stay active and learn new skills.

Respite Options for People with Special Needs

Explains what respite is, why it’s important, available respite options and where to get assistance to sort through those options.

ASPIRO

aspiroinc.org. 920-498-2599, 1673 Dousman Str., Green Bay, WI Agency serving individuals with disabilities.  Services such as early intervention, employment, and day services, and more.

CP

www.wearecp.org. 920-337-1122, 2801 South Webster Avenue, Green Bay, WI  Provides aquatic exercise, therapy services, adult day services, childcare, advocacy, and information.

Curative Connections

curativeconnections.org. 920-468-1161, 2900 Curry Ln, Green Bay, WI  A wide variety of services for older adults and adults with disabilities.  Dementia, adult day services, training and employment, rehabilitation, transportation and more.

Options for Independent Living

Optionsil.org. 920-590-0500, 555 Country Club Road, Green Bay, WI Disability showcase model home and office.  Get hands on experience with assistive technology and adaptive equipment.  Provides advocacy, peer support, information, and referral.

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