Native Elder Caregiver Curriculum
The Native Elder Caregiver Curriculum and online modules are tools that can assist family and community members, as well as caregivers, who have the responsibility of caring for their Elders.
North Dakota Brain Injury Network
The North Dakota Brain Injury Network offers online brain injury courses to help professionals, survivors, and family members learn more about brain injury.
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an evidence-based, self-care education program for family caregivers. This is not a support group but rather a six-week education program where focus is on the caregiver and developing skills and knowledge for self-care.
WELL-Balanced (Wise Elders Living Longer)
WELL-Balanced is a group program designed specifically for Native American Elders. The program uses exercise, information, and social interaction to help Elders remain active and independent in their own homes as long as possible.
Long-Term Care Curriculum for Nursing
Better Care For Older Adults: A Curriculum for All Levels of Nurses, Trainees, and Qualified Service
Microlearning modules on Age-Friendly Healthcare, Quality Improvement, Resiliency, and Infection Control will be delivered to trainees weekly via text messaging. Each module will include a short pre-test, video presentation (microlecture) and a short post-test. By the end of all modules, a feedback survey and post-training assessment will be provided. Trainees can obtain a digital badge and a certificate (non-accredited) upon completion of this course.
Alzheimer’s Association: Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter
Learn about the Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter and dementia training at https://www.alz.org/mnnd.
Department of Health & Human Services Trainings
North Dakota's Department of Health & Human Services has available trainings spotlighting In-Home and Community-Based Services. Find upcoming and and previously recorded trainings.