Caregiver College for Families and Professionals
Enhance your skills and knowledge of caring for a person with Alzheimer's disease. Felician Village will be offering
several caregiver classes for families and professionals throughout the upcoming year. These classes offer practical tips for caregivers of older adults.
It's Never Too Early To Plan For Tomorrow
Monday, April 16
Glab Lounge at The Gardens - Felician Village
1700 S. 18th Street, Manitowoc
Live life to the fullest. Let us help you plan for your next stage of life. Join a team of experts for a special presentation to help you make informed decisions today.
Roselle Holschbach, Independent Living Manager at Felician Village, Peggy Kadow, Certified Real Estate Specialist froM REMAX Port Cities Realtors and Karl Meyer, President of Caring Transitions will:
- provide valuable information about transitioning from home to a life plan community
- help you navigate your choices
- answer common questions
Tours and refreshments available after presentation.
To register, call (920) 684-7171, ext. 402 or email.
I'll Be Me: Honoring Glen Campbell
(Part of the Caregiver College series)
Tuesday, April 17 and April 24
Village Hall at Felician Village
1635 S. 21st Street, Manitowoc
Watch the documentary about country music icon, Glen Campbell, and how his 2011 Alzheimer's diagnosis affected his everyday life, final tour and farewell to fans.
Discussion time follows. Two part series; attendance at both parts is recommended.
In partnership with HomeCare Health Services & Hospice.
To register, call 684-7171, ext. 329 or email.
Need a speaker for an upcoming meeting?
Felician Village has an established Speakers Bureau as part of its ongoing commitment to community involvement. The bureau is comprised of staff members who will share expertise and present on a variety of topics related to senior living.
Click here for a list of topics.
To schedule a speaker, please contact Barb Fricke, Director of Marketing, 684-7171, ext. 329 or email.
Felician Village now offers free, confidential 20-minute memory screens to help indicate whether a person might benefit from an extensive medical exam. The memory screens are not used to diagnose any illness. Appointments are required and can be scheduled any Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Call 920-684-7171 ext. 351 to schedule an appointment.