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Co-op Development Spotlight: Homecare Co-ops

As the U.S. population ages, there is historic and growing demand for quality, in-home care. Read how cooperatives are addressing the homecare crisis by improving working conditions for homecare workers.

Wisconsin Care registered nurse Beth Wunderlin (wearing red) and physical therapist Beth Lee (wearing black) assess the physical abilities of Robert Kreil, 86, at Kreil's home in Madison, Wis., on Oct. 9, 2007. Wunderlin and Lee are following Sure Step, a falls-assessment and prevention program for patients created with the help of Jane Mahoney, a professor in the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. The program is now in use by nurses and health care workers in several counties throughout Wisconsin. ©UW-Madison University Communications 608/262-0067 Photo by: Jeff Miller Date: 10/07 File#: D200 digital camera frame 3984

Save the Date for the Farmer Co-ops Conference

Registration is now open for our Farmer Cooperatives Conference in S. Paul, MN.

November 6-8, 2019
St. Paul, MN

Farmer Co-ops Conference save the date

Anne Reynolds Inducted into the Co-op Hall of Fame

Over her years at UWCC, Anne shared her extensive knowledge of governance and member-loyalty issues, strategic planning and innovative uses of the cooperative model with co-ops all over Wisconsin and the United States.

Anne Reynolds and other co-op hall of fame inductees

Cooperatives In Wisconsin

New publication highlights cooperative types, structure, finance, and steps to start a cooperative. A go-to guide for anyone looking to start a cooperative or learn more about them!

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