Dementia is a chronic disease with multiple symptoms. Different symptoms and behavioral problems may surface at different phases of the entire illness trajectory. Providing care to older adults with dementia has been found to be a burden on family caregivers that may affect their physical and psychological health. Therefore, it is important to educate family caregivers on dementia care. Clinics provide the most accessible and available health education, yet family caregivers are often not satisfied with the health education provided from the staff. Therefore, in order to promptly and effectively help family caregivers manage any care problems, dementia educators must provide individualized education to fit the specific needs of each caregiver. However, there are currently no training curriculums for dementia educator in Taiwan; thus, the first priority is to establish a dementia educator training curriculum to train the trainers and cultivate their professional competencies.