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The University of Wyoming Center on Aging values older adults and works every day to support these neighbors, friends, and family. Through a broad range of programs and resources, the team of professionals at the Wyoming Center on Aging or WyCOA is working to optimize the health and wellbeing of Wyoming's older residents through innovative collaborations around chronic disease management, dementia support, and family and healthcare provider education. WyCOA works collaboratively with the aging network across Wyoming to responds to the needs of older Wyoming residents while honoring the legacy of our elders.
A community of experienced professionals who partner with caregivers to provide confidential education and support free of cost to those whose loved ones are living with dementia. Be sure to check out the Wyoming Dementia Together ONCE AGAIN YouTube Channel!
Through the UW ECHO in Geriatrics, sponsored by the Wyoming Center on Aging and the Montana Geriatric Education Center, healthcare professionals and students throughout the region have the opportunity to receive best-practice recommendations for consideration in management of older adults. Schedule your consultation today!
Healthy U is a workshop for people with chronic health conditions, their friends, family, and caregivers. Over the course of six weeks, Healthy U participants learn valuable skills to help them take control of their condition and live happier, healthier lives. Become a Healthy U Workshop Leader and bring Healthy U to your area! Learn more or find a program near you!
Bucking the Bug is integrating enhanced infection control content to help the future nursing and allied health workforce start their careers with a solid understanding of infection control theory and realities of practice. Learn more about the learning modules and interactive escape room.
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