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We provide dementia education for senior health care centers, hospitals, and medical clinics. Our quality dementia education is available on 30+ dementia topics, such as an introduction to the validation method, a person-centered approach, and dementia awareness. Our training can be provided virtually or in person.


Silver Lining offers in-person group dementia education. This is a great option for those working in healthcare and beyond. Give your staff the knowledge and training to help raise awareness on dementia, and how to best serve those in our communities living with dementia.


We offer the 8 hours required for compliance, and more with our variety of 1-hour dementia training options. These in-person training sessions gauge the attention of the audience, by providing interactive practical advice and tips. Our in-person training is designed to meet the specialized needs of your clientele. Call to learn more about how proper dementia training can help reduce client behaviors, staff turnover and lead to more successful memory care communities. In-person community training is a great option for businesses that want to help raise awareness of dementia.


According to recent data, there are nearly 100,000 Minnesotans living with Alzheimer's, the most common form of dementia. It is estimated that each person living with dementia has three non-paid caregivers. 300,000 Minnesotans affected by Alzheimer's? Sounds like a lot, but now double them. This gives us more realistic numbers. This is because there are a number of different forms of dementia, besides Alzheimer's, and many people live with undiagnosed dementia for years. That could mean 600,000 or more Minnesotans.


Every time we educate on what dementia is, what we can do to prevent it, and how we can support those living with dementia, we are helping to reduce the stigmas that are associated with dementia. Our in-person Dementia Awareness Training is designed to raise public awareness of dementia. Contact us to schedule a class today!

We provide only the highest quality dementia education. Our Dementia Educators are certified and fully trained, with more than 30 years of clinical experience. We are proud to be your local dementia experts. Ask us how you or your staff can start the path to becoming a Certified Dementia Practitioner through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners. Plus, learn more about continuing Education Units.
Dementia Educational Seminars
  • Dementia Awareness Training: We promote Dementia Awareness that aims to help reduce the social stigma that is associated with dementia through practical education and interactive stories of real-life experiences. Participants will learn the 10 most common signs of Alzheimer’s disease, the leading form of dementia. A brief overview of common types of dementia and their differences along with useful communication tips will be addressed.

  • Dementia on the Brain: An in-depth look at the most common forms of dementia, and how they differ from each other.


  • Can you hear me now?: Effective communication is vital in any relationship, this is of utmost importance in dementia. 

  • It’s all about me me me, dementia in a person-centered world: What are the best practices for person-centered dementia care? A brief comparison of medical model dementia care vs. person-centered dementia care.

  • What is Frontotemporal Dementia?: An in-depth look at the Frontotemporal type of dementia. We will discuss the signs and symptoms of FTD, as well as learn how it differs from other forms of dementia. 

  • What is Lewy Body Dementia?: An in-depth look at Lewy Body type of dementia. We will discuss the signs and symptoms of LBD, as well as learn how it differs from other forms of dementia.

  • What is Vascular Dementia?: An in-depth look at Vascular type of dementia. We will discuss the signs and symptoms of Vascular Dementia, as well as learn how it differs from other forms of dementia.

  • The Questions and Answers of Alzheimer's Dementia: Get your answers to some of the most common questions that arise through a journey of Alzheimer's disease. During this class, we will discuss common questions and situations that often occur. You will gain valuable and useful information on your loved ones' journey with Alzheimer's type of dementia.

  • Healthy Lifestyle Choices, Reducing Risk of Dementia?: We will discuss some recent research that gives us attainable, actionable recommendations that can help us all live healthier lives. Learn healthy lifestyle choices that may reduce our risk of cognitive decline and other symptoms that are associated with dementia.

  • Seven Seconds of Dementia: Learn how important 7 seconds is when working with or caring for individuals living with dementia. Gain a better understanding of how dementia affects the brain and the communication process. Learn our verbal and nonverbal communication is interpreted. 

  • A Diagnosis of Dementia doesn’t Always Mean Memory Care Placement: A brief overview of five different types of dementia, including case studies, living options, and tips on assisted living and memory care placement options.

  • And more!​​​



Book a free consultation to discuss your educational needs and get your questions answered.