Program Development Presentations and Classes

The classes listed below are instructed by the MNRAAA Program Development team.

To learn more about each class or presentation, click on the title and a description will appear.

If you are interested in attending or your organization is interested in hosting one of these classes or presentations, please contact MNRAAA at 507-387-1256.

Caregiver Support

(can be tailored to allotted time)

Every day caregivers provide a range of support from chores and errands to personal care and transportation. This support is critical for keeping older adults safe and in their own homes. Staff can provide information on how to access caregiver resources

Communities for a Lifetime

(can be tailored to allotted time)

Cities and local leaders are critical in setting a vision for age-friendly communities and creating effective policies, planning initiatives and citizen engagement opportunities. Staff can provide technical assistance to communities so they can prepare for a thedemographic shift through intentional planning initiatives referred to as “Communities for a Lifetime”.

ACT on Alzheimer’s Community Engagement

(presentation can be tailored to allotted time)

ACT on Alzheimer’s is a statewide, volunteer-driven collaboration preparing Minnesota for the personal, social and budgetary impacts of Alzheimer’s disease.  Passionate and committed partners, supporters, action communities, and Minnesotans are taking part in the work and making a difference.  Learn how this four-phase process brings people together to help a community create a supportive environment for people with dementia.

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