With a rising proportion of minority populations among those suffering from dementia, it is increasingly important to understand the cultural conceptualization of dementia and the resilience of their caregi vers. Many researchers and clinicians have found the caregiving experience to be associated with long-term exposure to numerous stressful events. However, dementia caregivers also report that they experience growth and a sense of resilience during the caregi ving process. Rewards and the beneficial experiences of caregiving to individuals with dementia are described in this chapter. Implications for social work practice with African American, Hispanic, and Asian American dementia caregivers are provided.