Join former Wisconsin Gov. Martin J. Schreiber as he shares lessons from his more- than 10-year journey as a caregiver for his wife, Elaine, who lives with Alzheimer's disease. Governor Schreiber will candidly describe his challenges and missteps, and highlight how compassion and humor provide comfort to both caregiver and the person with dementia. His raw honesty and practical advice will inspire other caregivers to find patience, courage and love as they climb the Alzheimer's mountain.
This presentation is sponsored by SPARK! on the Square. SPARK! is a free program for people with memory loss and their care partners held in museums across the state. SPARK! on the Square is provided by Madison Children’s Museum, the Wisconsin Historical Museum, and the Wisconsin Veterans Museum.
Additional support provided by the ADRC of Dane County, the Alzheimer’s Association South Central Wisconsin Chapter and the Madison Central Library.
The Overture Center Garage is the closest city-operated parking garage, and information on rates and current parking spot availability at the Overture Center Garage can be found here.
Madison Central Library
201 W. Mifflin Street
Madison, WI 53703
The presentation will take place on the third floor in meeting rooms 301 and 302. Madison Public Library is part of the South Central Library System, a cooperative network of 53 public libraries in a seven county area. The System offers a shared online catalog, daily delivery of books and media, and reciprocal borrowing privileges among libraries.