Redefining Memory Loss

Creating Connections in Caregiving

with Keynote Speaker Cameo Rogers


Currently available via Memory Cafe’s YouTube Channel


North Dakota Social Workers who wish to earn 4.0 CEUs (cost $50) via the self-study online program should register via Eventbrite here.  This opportunity is available through December 31, 2020.


About our Keynote Speaker

Cameo Rogers is a sought after presenter at various state and national level conferences.

She served on an expert panel presentation for a screening of the Glen Campbell documentary, “I’ll Be Me.” She was awarded the NCCDP 2017 National Certified Dementia Practitioner of the Year Award. Cameo was a contributing author to the book, “Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation” discussing best practices in therapeutic, strengths-based interventions for older adults. Cameo’s professional experience includes serving older adults in community-based services, independent living, assisted living, memory care, long-term care, rehabilitation, and in-patient acute psychiatric care.

Cameo is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Dementia—Practitioner, Care Manager, Support Group Facilitator, and a Alzheimer’s and Dementia Instructor through the National Council of Dementia Practitioners. She is currently completing her graduate work at the University of Nebraska Omaha in Social Gerontology. Cameo is a passionate advocate for enhancing knowledge, skills, and resources for those serving as caregivers.


Thank you to our Conference sponsors

  • Sanford Heath for sponsoring our Keynote Speaker
  • Christianson Business Furniture and the Alex Stern Family Foundation for funding our marketing and promotion
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