Waukesha County



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Bus service is available to the ADRC through Waukesha Metro transit.

Address: 514 Riverview Avenue,
Waukesha WI, 53188
Phone: 262-548-7848
Toll 1-866-677-ADRC
Free: 1-866-677-2372
Fax 262-896-8273
Email: adrc@waukeshacounty.gov

For information outside of regular business hours please call IMPACT 2-1-1 by dialing: 211 or toll free 1-866-211-3380.

Dementia Friendly Oconomowoc                        


The Oconomowoc Dementia Friendly Community Initiative is creating a community where those with dementia will be enabled to live as independently as possible and continue to be engaged in community life.

Components of a Dementia Friendly Community

  • Dementia Awareness Presentation
    • Multiple presentations have been offered in the Oconomowoc community for various civic and social organizations
  • Dementia Friendly Business Training
    • Business trainings have been provided for the businesses listed below
  • Early Detection
    • Community Memory Screen Events held annually at the Oconomowoc Public Library
  • Dementia Caregiver Support Groups
    • Early Stage Support Group at Oconomowoc Public Library
  • Engagement activities for Individuals with Dementia and the Caregivers/Families
    • Lake Country Memory Café at Oconomowoc Public Library
  • Dementia Crisis Training for First Responders
    • Some Oconomowoc Police, Fire and Paramedics have attended Crisis Intervention Team training provided through the Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with NAMI of Waukesha County.
    • Additional training specific to being dementia capable is being discussed
  • Dementia Education in the Schools
    • The State of Wisconsin DPI has an established curriculum on dementia that schools can elect to teach as a part of the health classes in middle and high school
  • Dementia Resources
    • In Waukesha County, individuals with dementia, their caregivers and families can contact the ADRC at (262)548-7848 or the Alzheimer’s Association at 800-272-3900


Dementia Awareness & Trainings

Dementia Friendly Community Presentations

Dementia Friendly Business Training

Dementia Friendly Oconomowoc Brochure

Dementia Friendly Community Video


Dementia Friendly Businesses/Organizations in Pewaukee

At Your Service Home Care

Aurora Medical Center - Summit

Emmanuel United Church of Christ

First Bank Financial

Lakeland Family Dental

Oconomowoc Public Library

ProHealth Care

Waterstone Bank

YMCA at Pabst Farms


The Leadership Team

Gabby Burnitz, ProHealth Care

Tom Genetti, At Your Service Home Care


Coalition Members/Business Partners

Alice Zabielski, Laureate Group
Bob Best, Oak Hill Terrace
Cari Ganiere, At Your Service Home Care
Cherie Sonsalla, Oconomowoc Area Chamber of Commerce
Chrystal Stephans
Debbie Mauel, Wilkinson Woods
Amy Wallner, ProHealth Care
Gabby Burnitz, ProHealth Care
Ginni Hicks, Oconomowoc Area Senior Center
Jacqueline Foti, The View at Pine Ridge
Jamie Milaeger, Shorehaven Life@Home
Jennie Fidler, Oconomowoc Library
Kathy Kaempf, Kaempf Financial Services
Kim Seidl, Care Patrol Senior Planning
Kristi White
Kurt Roskopf, Humans United in Mutual Aid Networks
Laura Martin, Creative Solutions
Laura Volz, Azura Memory Care
Lisa Bittman, Waukesha County Aging and Disability Resource Center
Lori L Lutze, Lake Country Landing
Michelle Balda
Pam Thomas, Shorehaven Caregiver Support Group
Jennifer Harders, Waukesha County Aging and Disability Resource Center
Sarah Butz, ProHealth Care
Suzanne Utecht, The View at Pine Ridge
Tom Genetti, At Your Service Home Care
Trish Golden, Aurora Health Care



For more information about Dementia Friendly Oconomowoc, or to become a member of the coalition, please contact:
Tom Genetti
(262) 354-3700