Remember to Thank a Veteran!
we celebrated the military men and women who have served and continue to
serve our great nation. The sacrifice made by those in uniform
must never be forgotten and I would encourage everyone to take the time
to thank a veteran. Our veterans are all around us and we are fortunate that so many
men and women have answered the call to duty.
THANK YOU VETERANS!!
Speaker's Task Force on Alzheimer's and Dementia
the Speaker's Task Force on Alzheimer's and Dementia
toured Brewster Village, Outagamie County's Short Term Rehabilitation
and Long Term Care Facility. Visiting Brewster Village was a great
opportunity for the task force, and afterward, we were able to host our
first out-state public hearing at Valley VNA Senior Services in Neenah.
Brewster Village and Valley VNA are both unique and successful
facilities right here in the Fox Cities. The administration and
staff at each are exceptional and work to provide the best care possible
for their residents. The tour of Brewster Village allowed the task
force to see how this facility thoughtfully cares for individuals who
have Alzheimer's and dementia based on each individual's needs.
Valley VNA was a great host for our public hearing and Theresa
Pichelmeyer, President & CEO of Valley VNA, provided the task force with
excellent testimony concerning the challenges that face nursing home
I would like to thank everyone who took the time to attend and
participate in the public hearing. I would also like to thank
Brewster Village and Valley VNA, as well as the staff of each
facility, for being such great hosts for the task force.
Alzheimer's and Dementia Public Hearing - Rhinelander
with Representative Rohrkaste
I will be periodically hosting coffee hours
throughout the 55th Assembly District to give constituents the opportunity
to voice their comments or concerns.
Tuesday, November 17th from 7:30 - 8:30 AM
Shellattes, 330 N Commercial St, Neenah, WI
If you would
like to view the results for my 2015 Spring Legislative Survey, please click
here. The survey was sent out to over 1,300 residents in the 55th
Assembly District and asked questions pertaining to the budget as well as
several other issues.