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We all experience stress in our lives, and everyone reacts to and copes with stress in their own way. What is stressful for one person may not be stressful for someone else. CALM is a method used to minimize stress, anxiety, and depression.
Spend more time creating than consuming. If you are struggling today try to create a new normal until this passes.
Try immediate problem-solving to work on calming down the emotional response in your body. Challenge yourself to focus on what you can control.
Lean in with curiosity to learn. Go to the greater experience of what you are going through.
Move forward by taking incremental steps forward daily. Recreate actions daily that are normal to you. Move your body every day.
From Our Executive Director:
Out of an abundance of caution and consideration of CDC guidelines related to this virus and the population we serve, the ADAW has made the decision to review per county what programs will be in-person and online. Please see our available programs at the bottom of this column.
MAIN OFFICE: (608) 232-3400 | firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re available 8:30am – 4:30pm to provide you support.
ADAW Dementia Outreach Specialists have been working hard in your community. We are here for you.
Noreen Kralapp: 608-661-0463 | email@example.com
Rose Kearney: 608-232-3400 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara McKinney, Diversity Coordinator: 608-204-9789 | email@example.com
CRAWFORD, GRANT, IOWA, LAFAYETTE AND RICHLAND COUNTIES:
Heather Moore: 608-723-4288 | firstname.lastname@example.org
COLUMBIA, MARQUETTE AND SAUK COUNTIES:
Janet Wiegel, PAC, CDS: 608-697-2838 | email@example.com
GREEN AND ROCK COUNTIES:
Teena Monk-Gerber: 608-843-3544 | firstname.lastname@example.org
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact America, many things are changing. One thing that does not change is ADAWs commitment to you. We will continue to do everything we can to help