Living Well in Our Best Years Newsletter The population in Bayfield County is changing. According to estimates, approximately half the total population in the county will be 60 or older by 2030*. This presents challenges as well as tremendous opportunities for inter-generational learning, sharing and support. Knowing where to start with an age- or disability- related question is the first step in meeting the challenges in life’s journey.
Living Well in Our Best Years is a collaboration between the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of the North and the University of Wisconsin – Madison, Division of Extension, Bayfield County. We’re committed to providing information and resources to older adults, caregivers and family members to assist them in growing and aging with grace, dignity and respect. We hope you find the information in this and upcoming issues useful. We are always looking for topic suggestions. Please get in touch to let us know what you’d like to learn.
*Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services Demographics of Aging in Wisconsin https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/aging/demographics.htm
Caregiver and Family Newsletter – Living Well in Our Best Years March-2020 (PDF, 12 pgs, 3MB)
Caregiver & Family Newsletter-Living Well in Our Best Years – March 2019
Sorry, I am unable to upload the newsletter to our site.
|Caregiver and Family Newsletter – Living Well in Our Best Years August 2018|
|Caregiver and Family Newsletter-Living Well in our Best Years- March-2018 (Pdf, 12 pages, 586KB)|
|Caregiver and Family News-Living Well In Our Best Years – Nov 2017|
|Caregiver and Family News – Living Well in our Best Years – June 2017|
|Caregiver and Family News-Living Well in our Best Years – March 2017|
Human Development & Relationships Extension Educator
Extension Bayfield County
Courthouse, PO Box 218
Washburn, WI 54891
715- 373-6104, ext. 2
email@example.com 711 for Wisconsin Relay (TDD)
An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title VI, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act requirements.
Requests for reasonable accommodations for disabilities or limitations should be made prior to the date of the program or activity for which it is needed. Please do so as early as possible prior to the program or activity so that proper arrangements can be made. In certain situations, information related to requests may be shared with staff or units necessary to help coordinate an appropriate accommodation.