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Dementia Resources

Caring for a loved one with dementia requires the support of a community. We understand the challenges of dementia and we are here to help. 

We offer specialized training and education for professionals and those caring for a loved one with dementia. For more information on any of our services, call our HelpLine today at 801-229-3804.


The four-hour course provides caregivers with effective strategies for dealing with dementia behaviors. Using  Dealing with Dementia: A Caregiver’s Guide, the training teaches caregivers how to find answers and resources. This resource helps caregivers with new skills and tools, as well as introduces them to a caregiver group. A few of the skills that Dealing with Dementia can provide are problem solving, as well as self-care for the caregivers. 

Caregivers who attend the workshop will receive a copy of Dealing With Dementia: A Caregiver's Guide was written by the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving. The guide provides more than 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day.

If you are a caregiver or know someone who is caring for a loved one with dementia, this training is for you.
You must attend the entire duration of the training. Seating is limited.

To learn more, call 801-229-3808 or email


February 20,  Saturday
9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. (with a break for lunch)
Location: Virtual Class
To register, call 801-229-3808 or email

Registration closes February 12.






Practical training for health care professionals who care for persons with Alzheimer’s disease or related types of dementia. The course has 5 sessions that will be taught over two half-day trainings. CEUs are available. 

  • Session 1: Introduction to Dementia
  • Session 2: Creating Dialogue and Keeping It Going
  • Session 3: It’s a Different World: The Environment and Quality of Life
  • Session 4: It’s Nothing Personal: Addressing Challenging Behaviors
  • Session 5: Now What Do We Do? Creative Problem Solving

To learn more, call 801-229-3818 or email



Helping seniors with dementia or other chronic illnesses reconnect to the world around them through their favorite music. Using personalized music playlists and donated iPods, our specialist helps tap into deep memories not lost to dementia and can bring participants back to life, enabling them to feel like themselves again.

For more information, call 801-229-3808 or email


Support groups are the best place for caregivers to connect with others in similar situations who actually know what you’re going through. Our support groups are held monthly and open to anyone looking for the camaraderie of the caregiving community. Find a support group near you here.