Greendale Health Department Programs and Events

Programs and Events

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Stepping on Workshop
Stepping On is a falls prevention workshop that meets for 2 hours a week for 7 weeks. Trained leaders coach you to recognize your risk of falling and help you build balance, strength, and practical skills you need to avoid a fall. You will also meet with physical therapists, vision specialist, pharmacist, and community safety experts who help you avoid fall hazards, make your home safer, and make your body stronger.
Next workshop starts on Thursday, September 16, 2021.
Following COVID-19 precautions.
Cost is FREE
Call the Greendale Health Department to register. 414-423-2110
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Remembering the Past, Living in the Moment: Innovative Activities for People with Dementia

Remembering the Past, Living in the Moment: Innovative Activities for People with Dementia
Tuesday, Sept 21 , 11:30 AM – 1 PM via Zoom Call the library (423-2136)
Learn how music, creativity, drama and socialization can make life richer for both the person with dementia and those supporting and caring for the person. This includes family members, friends and professionals.
Our panel of experts join us from the following well-known national and international organizations:
Music & MemoryTM helps discover meaning and connection through the gift of personalized music.
TimeSlipsTM invites connections through creativity as bodies and minds change with age.
Memory Cafes provide a safe, supportive environment where people can meet up and engage in cognitive activities to perk up memory.
All attendees will be included in a drawing for an MP3 player and a TimeSlipsTM Creative Care Imaginations Kit.
Pre-registration is required up to the day of the event

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Person-Centered Care For Families
You are invited to a special presentation during National Family Caregivers Month: Person-Centered Care for Families presented by Beth Meyer-Arnold, RN, MS, nurse, author, nationally-known consultant, coach, and mentor
When: Tuesday, 11/16 6:00-7:30 PM
Where: Historic Hose Tower in Greendale (5699 Parking St.)
This interactive presentation will provide information about mild cognitive impairment and early dementia, ideas for
things you can do, practical ideas for managing the changes ahead, and suggestions for staying in control of
your life as cognitive impairment becomes a part of it This educational opportunity is free but registration is required. Email or call the Greendale Health Department
414-423-2110 | 

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The Greendale Health Dept. is excited to offer “Stop the Bleed” training.


Did you know that trauma is the number one cause of death for Americans under the age of 45, and it is estimated that 1 of 5 of these deaths is preventable.  While active attacker situations have been a driving force behind the Stop the Bleed program a person is more likely to experience life-threatening bleeding in an accident at work, home or on the road.  No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene. With the appropriate training and resources, you could be the difference between life and death for a stranger, co-worker, friend, or family member.  This class will include lecture and hands-on training in tourniquet application, wound packing, and pressure dressings. For more information watch the video above or visit





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