Alzheimer’s Listening Sessions Make the Rounds at Wyoming Libraries

Mar 23, 2017

The University of Wyoming Center on Aging is among the sponsors with the Wyoming Department of Health for Alzheimer’s disease informative listening sessions throughout the state — many at Wyoming public libraries.

Listening sessions are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided. All listening sessions will be held from 3-5 p.m. on the dates and at the locations listed:

  • Casper, Thursday, March 23, UW-Casper, Room UU322.
  • Gillette, Friday, March 24, Campbell County Public Library, Wyoming Room.
  • Rock Springs, Monday, March 27, Rock Springs Library, Ferrero Room.
  • Lander, Tuesday, March 28, Fremont County Library, meeting rooms A and B.
  • Ethete, Wednesday, March 29, Wind River Tribal College, Room C1.
  • Jackson, Thursday, March 30, Teton County Library auditorium.
  • Worland, Wednesday, April 5, Washakie County Library, large meeting room.
  • Cody, Thursday, April 6, Park County Library, Grizzly Room.

The Wyoming Alzheimer’s Task Force is developing a plan to address Alzheimer’s disease in Wyoming. The plan will identify resources, detect resource gaps and map opportunities to improve the lives of individuals with dementia.

Wyoming residents unable to attend listening sessions can share their thoughts through an online survey. For more information about the plan, contact Linda Chasson at (307) 777-6103 or

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