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Continuing Education in Middleton and Madison WI

Join us to expand your world! For more than 40 years, Attic Angel Association has organized a weekly series of continuing education programs for seniors.

As a precaution for the safety of our residents and guests, we will not be holding Continuing Education programs until further notice. 

With a wide range of topics presented by experts in their fields, the programs are held nearly every Monday morning September through May at Attic Angel Place, 8301 Old Sauk Road, with coffee served at 10 a.m. and the program starting at 10:30 a.m. The programs are free and open to the public. No reservation is required.

Monday,  March 2

Native American Health Care Issues
Danielle Yancey, Director for the Native American Center for Health Professions, School of Medicine and Public Health, UW-Madison
10:30 a.m. (coffee served at 10 a.m.), Community Room 
Free and open to the public. 
No reservation required. 
Attic Angel Place, 8301 Old Sauk Road, Middleton

Monday,  March 9

Update on the Expansion Plans for the Historical Society
Christian Overland, Director, WI Historical Society
10:30 a.m. (coffee served at 10 a.m.), Community Room 
Free and open to the public. 
No reservation required. 
Attic Angel Place, 8301 Old Sauk Road, Middleton

 

 

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The Playing Field


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Children affected by trauma such as homelessness and those with special needs such as autism spectrum disorders have different sensory needs for emotional support that helps them learn to manage behaviors. Our dream is to create a play space that allows children to be successful while ... being kids! Some of our plans:

  • A large open space for running (crowded spaces are often a behavior trigger for children)
  • High fencing and an appropriate climbing structure (children impacted by trauma or those on the autism spectrum often take bigger risks and climb higher)
  • Sensory panels that welcome independent play when children are agitated
  • A maze for children to walk through (this helps the brain to organize)
  • Small structures where children can feel safe
  • Specially designed pieces to work large muscle groups

By helping children at this critical point in their development, your gift will be helping the future of our community!

 Visit The Playing Field Website