Bravo Zulu Workshop

Bravo Zulu: Achieving Excellence in Relationship-Centered Dementia Care is a four-part series that explores what it takes to get to Bravo Zulu* by providing dementia care and support that is tailored, yet flexible, to each unique elder's strengths, preferences and needs. This program also has a component that speaks to military service and its impact on the aging process. This free training is designed for family care partners (caregivers) and healthcare professionals.

*Bravo Zulu originated as a naval signal, typically conveyed by flag-hoist or radio, meaning "Well done!" Sign up for the NGEC listserv for updates on offerings and program announcements or contact the NGEC team at

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Available: This program has been submitted to the Nevada Board of Examiners for Long Term Care Administrators, Marriage and Family Therapists and Social Workers for 12.0 CEUs. The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine's Sanford Center for Aging approves this training for 12.0 nursing CEUs. This program meets the Nevada State requirements for 8.0 hours of dementia education for skilled nursing and assisted living providers. You will need to attend and complete an evaluation for each module, within the series, to receive full continuing education credit

This program was initially developed and offered by the Nevada Department of Veterans Services, Perry Foundation and UNR’s DEER Program in the School of Public Health. This program is offered with support from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under grant U1QHP33111, Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program. Virtual programs are provided through a partnership with the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine’s Frontier Area Health Education Center.