Events at Felician Village
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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.

2018 Caregiver College for the Community

Virtual Dementia Tour

November 15 I Call for time
Felician Village - 1635 S. 21st Street, Manitowoc

Journey towards understanding and empathy with an up-close, hands-on experience that provides critical insight. Feel what it's like to have dementia.

To register, call (920) 684-7171, ext. 329 or email.

Natural Solutions Using Essential Oils

Thursday, October 18 I 6 p.m.
Felician Village - Village Hall
1635 S. 21st Street, Manitowoc

Love the way the fragrance from a fresh orange peel brightens your day? Essential oils have enhanced lives for thousands of years, offering a variety of benefts from cosmetic and dietary purposes to emotional, physical and spiritual wellness.

Laura Mitcheltree, dõTERRA Oils Consultant, will discuss the following:
• What are essential oils?
• How to use essential oils
• The top 10 essential oils and their benefits

To register, call (920) 684-7171, ext. 329 or email.

Conversation Starters

Wednesday, October 24 I 6 p.m.
Felician Village - Village Hall
1635 S. 21st Street, Manitowoc

Not sure what to talk about anymore? Learn ideas and tips to enhance communication, stimulate language and connect. Presented by Dawn Petitpreen, Speech Therapist, Felician Village.

To register, call (920) 684-7171, ext. 329 or email.

Learning, Coping, and Surviving as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver
Presented by Former Gov. Martin J. Schreiber

FREE Presentation!
Wednesday, November 7
1 p.m. Refreshments
1:30 p.m. Presentation
Felician Village
1635 S. 21st Street, Manitowoc

Join former Wisconsin Gov. Martin J. Schreiber as he shares lessons from his decade-plus journey as a caregiver for his wife, Elaine, who lives with Alzheimer's disease. Gov. 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.

Schreiber’s award-winning book, My Two Elaines: Learning, Coping, and Surviving as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver, will be available for purchase for $15. (Cash or checks preferred.) Net proceeds are used to promote Alzheimer’s caregiver support.

Following the presentation Felician Village will be offering free tours of their dementia household in St. Mary’s Nursing Home, specifically highlighting the fresh water fish tank and revitalized courtyard.

RSVP by November 5. Limited seating.
To register email, or call (920) 684-7171, ext. 329.

Sheboygan County Caregiver Conference: We're All In This Together!

Thursday, November 15
9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m
Acuity Insurance
2800 S. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan

Click here for the brochure and registration information. 
Registration required. Cost $10; deadline: Thursday, 11/8/18.
Felician Village will be offering limited transportation, available first come, first serve basis. Contact Connie Thimmig, Director of Enrichment Services to arrange transportation at 920-684-7171, ext. 351.

Speaker's Bureau

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.

Memory Screens

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.

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