When you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms of memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, dementia, Alzheimer’s, it can be overwhelming to determine your next steps. Whether you want to know how to best support your loved one or how to navigate the journey yourself, Fox Valley Memory Project has experienced Resource Navigators to support you. When you reach out, a Resource Navigator will be assigned to you and your family to walk alongside you throughout the journey of dementia. From diagnosis to managing symptoms and more, we will be available to help ease the transitions that come along with dementia.
Upon reaching out to connect with a Resource Navigator, we will contact you on a regular, ongoing basis to discuss your individual situation. As we learn more, we will assess unmet needs and help you create an action plan with simple, practical solutions. Action steps could include connecting with community resources, trying new communication strategies, implementing a home safety change, etc! We will then check in on your progress and discuss next steps. There is no end to Memory Link services. We are here as long as you want to connect with us.
To provide high quality resource navigation, persons living with dementia must live in their home within Calumet, Outagamie, Waupaca, or Winnebago counties.
Care partners can live anywhere as long as their loved one with dementia lives within these counties.
To serve a greater number of participants, all Memory Link e-mails and phone calls will be returned within 2 business days.
This program is supported in part by grant number 90ADPI0068 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, DHHS, Washington, D.C. 20201 and by the generosity of the David L. and Rita E. Nelson Family Fund.