- A July 2017 Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Solutions Newsletter, which provides technical assistance for culturally competent care, included a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Division of Tribal Affairs Report -- “Emerging LTSS Issues in Indian Country: Alzheimer’s and Dementia” (page seven) that highlights Wisconsin’s Tribal Dementia Care Specialist Program.
- University of Wisconsin (UW) School of Nursing begins teaching students how to utilize music to rescue memory. channel3000.com, May 19, 2016
- UW and Medical College win $5.5 million grant to study Alzheimer's. jsonline.com, May 5, 2016
- On May 2, 2016 State Representative Mike Rohrkaste (R-Neenah) received the 2016 Outstanding Advocacy Award from the Alzheimer’s Association Wisconsin Chapter Network. Rohrkaste was presented with the award by Tom Hlavacek, Executive Director of the Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, at the Alzheimer’s Association annual conference in Wisconsin Dells. thewheelerreport.com, May 4, 2016
- On March 16, 2016 Jefferson County government workers became the first in Wisconsin to undergo training to be declared a dementia-friendly community.
- An article in the March 11, 2016 edition of "Seniors Housing Business," a publication with a focus on the senior housing industry, focuses on Music Therapy.
- Governor Scott Walker signs three dementia bills into law. chippewa.com, March 22, 2016
- On April 18, 2016 the Huffington Post published an article titled, "Body May Weaken, But the Spirit Can Live a Full Life," that seeks to demonstrate the idea that "when the physical body no longer needs to be energized, the spirit is free to roam and focus on new interests." The article uses Wisconsin's Music & Memory Program to illustrate this belief.
- Study contradicts belief that cancer protects against Alzheimer's
- Retirement community raises awareness about Alzheimer's Disease, dementia
- A "rock star" Harvard professor launches a new app for Alzheimer's patients
- Six Foods that Protect the Brain and May Even Prevent Alzheimer's Disease
- WisconsinEYE Senior Producer, Steve Walters, tells Wisconsin Health News why he decided to produce WisconsinEYE's new series "Dealing with Dementia."
- On Feb. 29, 2016 Secretary Kitty Rhodes spoke to Steve Walters of WisconsinEYE about Dementia-Capable Wisconsin.