Resource Category: Caregiver Education

IA^2 – International Association for Indigenous Aging

501(c)3 nonprofit focused on improving the health and well-being of American Indians, Alaska Natives and other indigenous people as they move through the aging spectrum. They have initiatives specifically targeting indigenous communities on various topics including brain health, dementia friends, wandering, caregiving, elder justice, and cancer prevention.

  • New Mexico Office:, 4220 Indian Springs Drive Northeast, Albuquerque, NM 87109-1912, USA

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes help caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a friend or relative.


Trualta provides healthcare training for family caregivers. This training is provided through an interactive online program that is tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual situation.


LEARN is an Idaho based non-profit organization with the purpose of providing free education to communities by the community. Free educational classes are provided for caregivers to learn in the areas of health, wealth, lifestyle, and caregiving.

Idaho Commission on Aging: Dementia skills, caregiving skills, and more.

The Idaho Commission on Aging offers education to all, targeted servuices to those who are at the highest risk, as well as help for those in crisis. The education they provide aims to equip older adults with the knowledge they need to keep them living in their communities as long as possible. They provide online module trainings on dementia skills, caregiver skills, healthy caregiving, and ending lonliness.

Best Practice Caregiving

Best Practice Caregiving is an online resource for those caring for individuals with Dementia. This database contains information on more than 40 Dementia caregiving programs.