Stephanie Dasko

Stephanie Dasko

Stephanie received her bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee in December 2012. Her background is in sales management and merchandise, and she has a passion for learning from and helping others.

Posts by Daniel Gugala


Medicare denial practices are loosening. And you're more empowered than ever as a professional by the National Alzheimer's Project Act and the IMPACT Act.  Read more »
I was in the middle of the plane when a man started shouting and moving aggressively up the cabin. Read more »
When family members struggle to keep their loved ones at home, trained therapists can help in many ways. Read more »
These two different illnesses often coexist. Here are the details, plus strategies for helping someone who has one or both. Read more »
By Daniel Gugala | Posted on 02.02.2015 | with 3 comments
The phenomenal book Still Alice shows what it's like to change and decline, yet still remain who you are. Read more »
What can you do to end a cycle of violence in your school? These steps can help get you on your way to bullying prevention! Read more »
Too often when we think of bullying, we think boys. They say “boys will be boys,” but what about girl-against-girl abuse? Read more »
I didn’t know what to expect, but when I got to class, my eyes opened. It takes a special kind of person to work in the human services field. Read more »
What struck me was how often I heard that while a firm “does” memory care, they want to do it better. Read more »
With the number of people with dementia on the rise, there is a real need to support these people and to educate caregivers, families, and providers. Read more »
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