Are you worried about whether your “senior moments” are natural changes that come with age? What about someone special to you – a spouse, parent, sibling or friend?


Are you certain that a form of dementia has taken hold, but uncertain about how to handle the changes that you see and the situations those changes create?

New Street Compass Introduces Online Learning

We’re launching two new classes this fall, available to anyone wanting to learn more about dementia. Whether you are a family member, professional home health aide or health care personnel in an assisted living or memory care home, one of these courses may be the key to unlock the mysteries of dementia for you.

Live courses, limited to 10 participants

These courses are live, with a fixed number of participants learning and engaging as a group. Each course also includes multiple one-on-one mentoring sessions with Cloud Conrad, to better individualize the information to each participant.

Which course is right for me?

Do you say things to yourself like…

“Something’s up but I’m not sure what it is”…. OR… “There’s clearly a problem but I don’t know how to bring it up”…OR…”The signals I notice are not consistent – some days are fine. Should I worry?”

This class might be for you:

Or are the words you use more like…

“Alot of the time I don’t know what to do – nothing I try seems to help”…OR…”This disease is really taking a toll on our family”…OR…”My patience is so thin, I’m afraid I will lash out.”

This class might be for you:

Here what others have to say…

Recent course participants give praise for Conrad’s knowledge, course material and learning experience.

Conrad delivers information to learners in “It IS Dementia, Now What?”

Student testimonials

“Cloud made a complex subject easy to grasp.” – Robert M.

“Trainer was excellent!” – Sharon S.

“Excellent training! Very helpful!” – Stacia C.

“I enjoyed Cloud. She was well prepared.” – M. Sims

“Cloud did a great job! Lots of labs were great.” – S. Bowden

“You brought a lot of comedy to a subject that is really sad. I really enjoyed this training.” – Elizabeth H.