Dementia Care

About the Dementia Care Certificate Program

This educational series is designed to improve the quality of care given to persons with dementia. It consists of four different modules – two webinars and two, six-hour workshops and is available for participation in individual topics of interest. To earn the certificate of completion, individuals must participate in all four modules. The certificate is a voluntary credential demonstrating professional study of a particular topic area. It does not denote certification or that someone is certified in dementia care.

Live webinars

Module #1 – Overview and Early Dementia
Thursday, May 28, 9 – 10 a.m.
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Module #2 – Related Dementia: What Aging Services Providers Need to Know
Friday, June 5, 9 – 10:30 a.m.
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Whether the workshops will be held live and in-person or live virtually is yet to be determined and based upon the status of safe distancing recommendations and other requirements under COVID-19 in the state of Minnesota.

Modules #3 & 4 - Person-Centered Care and Strategies to Avert Challenging Behaviors - TBD


This training meets state requirements.
This program meets Minnesota’s current mandatory dementia care training requirements for:
Home care agency staff serving persons with dementia under MN Statute 144A.4796.
HWS/AL staff in serving persons in memory care programs under MN Statute 144D.065.
It is also designed to build a solid foundation of knowledge on which staff caring for persons with dementia can prepare for the new AL requirements when they go into effect. 

Need Help?

We're here to help you! Contact:

  • Ashley Rogers
  • Education Coordinator
  • 651.603.3559 or 800.462.5368