"Providing support and training to help those living with dementia"

About Doug Seubert

I earned my master’s degree in public health from Benedictine University, Chicago IL; this degree program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).

I earned certification as a dementia practitioner from the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP). I am listed on the national registry of certified dementia practitioners here:

I earned the DEMENTIA SPECIALIST designation from the Dementia Capable Wisconsin Program, which is a collaboration between the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh as part of the dementia care system redesign project. I have also completed other training through the Dementia Capable Wisconsin Program, and I am listed on the Dementia Registry here:

Also through the Dementia Capable Wisconsin Program, I am the only person in Wood County listed as a community trainer on the topic of dementia. I am listed on that registry here:

I also have over ten years of direct caregiving experience in Alzheimer’s and dementia care. I also have over 6 years working in health care and over 15 years of experience as a health educator and consultant. You can view my a slightly outdated copy of my CV here:

All of these links (along with a brief bio) are on the Marshfield Area Purple Angels website under the “About MAPA” tab (just scroll down the page to the section “DOUG SEUBERT, DIRECTOR”). Here is that link:

Contact Doug

This picture of Doug and a participant epitomizes the loving care that he provides daily in his work as director of the Marshfield Area Purple Angels (MAPA). Doug directs MAPA’s programs to make participants feel loved and needed.

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