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Dementia Friend Information Sessions

You become a Dementia Friend by attending a one-hour information

session to learn the five key messages about dementia, what it’s like to

live with the disease, and how to turn your understanding into action

that supports people living with dementia.

Sessions offered through:

       Princeton Community Education. 

              Register at  

       ACT Princeton’s Dementia Friends Champion trainers. 

              Available to groups of all sizes.

       Virtual Dementia Friend Information Sessions are now available.

              To schedule a session or for more information, click on this link to the contact page and send a message.

Click HERE to learn more about Dementia Friends.

Dementia Friendly @ Work

This is a one-hour educational session for staff of business and service organizations, as well as other community settings.  The training focuses on understanding dementia, communication tips and taking action to create an environment that is safe, respectful, and welcoming for people living with dementia.

  • Learn what dementia is and some Alzheimer’s facts

  • Recognize the early signs of Alzheimer's

  • Learn tips for communicating and interacting with a person who has dementia

  • Learn tips for creating a dementia-friendly physical space

  • Get familiar with resources in your community

 Sessions offered through:

        ACT Princeton’s Dementia Friends Champion trainers (available to groups of all sizes)

               To schedule a session or for more information, click on this link to the contact page and send a message.


Caregiver Support Group

A confidential, professionally facilitated opportunity for caregivers to gather together and exchange ideas and information. An opportunity to share the struggles and demands of caregiving, as well as the rewards. This group focuses on the caregiver, with respite services available.

    3rd Monday of each month 1:00-2:00 pm

    Oasis Adult Day Center/Freshwaters Church  112 7th Ave N. Princeton, MN
Questions? Contact Jayne at Family Pathways 763-898-6045

Respite available courtesy of Oasis Adult Day Center 763-631-1150



Memory Café

A welcoming safe place where adults with memory loss and their care partners can come together for conversation, activities and refreshments. A new theme is provided each month for open ended discussion, reminiscing, and social connection.

       1st Thursday of each month 10:00-11:00 am 

      Princeton Civic Center, 503 N. 9th Street, Princeton MN


 For more information, click on this link to the contact page and send a message.   


Some Memory Cafes have moved online. Find one in the Memory Cafe Directory thorough the following link:

"Person I am With" Cards
To download, click on the image. These can easily be presented on a cell phone.
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