Through Rogers InHealth, Rogers Behavioral Health is offering compassion resilience education in the community for mental health professionals, acute healthcare staff, educators, leaders in youth serving agencies, library staff, and others at risk for compassion fatigue. Learn more about joining the Compassion Resilience Cohort by clicking here.
$10,000 SOCIAL INNOVATION PRIZE WILL RECOGNIZE BOLD AND CREATIVE OLDER ADULTS MILWAUKEE (July 20, 2017)— $10,000 awaits an older adult innovator who’s helped change the world for the better while proving age is just a number. This $10,000 award, called the Social Innovation Prize, is awarded by Interfaith Older Adult Programs. The competition recognizes passionate … Continued
Dr. Crystal M. Glover, PhD, is a health disparities researcher and mixed-methodologist with the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center and an assistant professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences. Her current research focuses on understanding patient decision-making regarding organ donation within disparate populations and patient perceptions of healthy aging among minorities. She has presented her research … Continued
People have many ways to connect with one another and yet, loneliness is pervasive — especially among the elderly. Research now shows that loneliness and isolation may be predictors of serious health problems — even death. Dr. Perissinotto recently discussed her research on the negative health impacts of loneliness on older adults. Dr. Perissinotto draws … Continued
IFF, in partnership with Bader Philanthropies, Inc., offered FOUR workshops to help nonprofit organizations make better decisions about facilities and financing plans. Please click here to view the Spring 2017 presentation slides. Learn more about IFF.
Bader Philanthropies, Inc. hosted the Building Great Communities & Strengthening Capacity Gathering on Wednesday, May 3rd at the Holiday Inn & Convention Center in Stevens Point, WI. The gathering focused exclusively on rural issues and opportunities. At the Building Great Communities & Strengthening Gathering, presenters focused on practical ways to help our community partners address … Continued
May 8, 2017. Read story from Urban Milwaukee. Hundreds of people packed into a large tent in Milwaukee’s Harambee neighborhood Monday morning to celebrate a new organization coming to the area. Bader Philanthropies, one of Milwaukee’s largest foundations, was holding a ceremonial groundbreaking for their new headquarters at 3318 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. … Continued
Spring 2017 Helen Daniels Bader Alzheimer’s and Aging Speaker Series – Angela Lunde How many times have you walked into a room and forgotten what you came for? When is the last time you found yourself wandering the parking lot in search of your car? Moments of forgetfulness happen to everyone, but, as we get … Continued
On Monday March 6 join host Mark Siegrist for a discussion on Aging in the LGBT Community at the LGBT Community Center. Everyone ages differently and the LGBT community faces challenges that are unique to the community. Stereotypes, biases and prejudice continue to have a negative influence. Learn more about the challenges and successes of … Continued
February 28, 2017. Read story from OnMilwaukee. Recently, I had a chat with a friend who suggested that a good philanthropic organization shifts with the landscape, adapts to the needs of its community, is flexible and bends to meet those those needs. Rather than bestowing an unneeded gift, he said, it asks, “what do you … Continued