The Alzheimer's Association's Family and Community Education programs are designed to meet the needs of family caregivers, employee groups and members of the general community seeking information about Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
All programs are free of charge and available across the Greater Wisconsin Chapter. Pre-registration is encouraged. Please call 1.800.272.3900 to reserve your seat!
Learn more about Community Education Programs in the La Crosse Area.
Often times caregivers would like to talk with others who "truly understand because they've been there too". Support groups are a safe place to:
Talk about challenges and exchange possible solutions
Discover healthy ways to cope
Share feelings, fears and concerns openly
Learn about helpful resources in the community
City of La Crosse Parks & Recreation
The City of La Crosse is proud to offer programs and activities for all ages! For the adults, we provide an array of enrichment and leisure programs from cooking to creative to health and fitness. For the seniors in the community we schedule bus trips, fun days and various lecture series as well as our popular computer classes.
We also enjoy offering free community-wide programs like the summer concert series at the Neighborhood Centers or our season-themed family fun days.
Be sure to check out the Parks & Rec Connect (Activity Guide) with all the information regarding our current programs and activities and stay up to date with our e-newsletter, the Parks & Rec E-Connect.
For program and activity registration information, please click here.
If you have any concerns regarding cancellations or delays, please click here for updates.
Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) are designed to be a single entry point where older people and people with disabilities and their families can get information and advice about a wide range of resources available to them in their local communities.