Training & Support - Dementia Together
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Training & Support

We offer various education and support activities for the staff at businesses that support the senior community.  This includes, but is not limited to, long term care senior living communities, home care agencies, hospice and palliative care organizations.

These activities enable the staff to better help their clients and residents LIVE WELL with purpose, dignity, contentment, and joy.  As well as helping staff with self-care.

Upcoming Events

Virtual Variety Show (download flyer here)

Date and Time TBD

Sit back and enjoy performances from local talent.

Contact us at 970-305-5271 or for more information or for help with using the technology needed to connect!

Mobile Memory Cafes (download flyer here)

Tuesdays at 1:30 pm and Fridays 10:30 am

These are live, interactive joyful gatherings which include reminiscing, games, laughter and music.  People living with mild to moderate cognitive impairment AND their families can join virtually as well!

Contact us at 970-305-5271 or for more information or for help with using the technology needed to connect!

How to access our remote activities:

We are using Zoom video conferencing tool.  Click here at meeting time –  Phone in via 253-215-8782 US.  If you want help with Zoom setup and testing, contact us ( or 970-305-5271) by the day before to give us time to help.

Community Specific Training

We also work on custom training for facilities – on-site or virtually.  Contact us at for more information. These trainings educate employees on dementia or cognitive decline behaviors.  Your employees can use this insight in dealing with customers and clients to provide better customer service and services.  Also, one-third of employees are involved in being a care partner for someone and these tips will help them off the job as well.