Research Program Coordinator
Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center l School of Medicine & Public Health
Hometown: Ashland, WI
Since Bonnie was a young girl she has been interacting and caring for people with dementia and their caregivers. Previously she was a professional caregiver while in grad school and spent seven years working and volunteering with the Alzheimer’s Association. Bonnie has a Master’s in Family Studies & Human Development from UW-Stout. Her focus is on Dementia Care and Caregiver Research. When not working she loves spending time with her fur babies; Frankie, Boots with the Fur, Tazz, Toby and Archie.
Communication Changes Through the Dementia Journey
This talk is a breakdown of communication changes throughout the dementia journey. It will include tips.
Where did I put the Keys? Should I Worry?
This talk is about the warnings signs of Alzheimer’s disease and typical age related changes.