MemberClicks, Renewals, and Call To Action
Memberclicks--- We are happy to announce that coming late fall early winter that there will be a new website and database that will be your one stop shop for everything NCCAP!  We listened to your need for being able to do everything online which will include uploading your renewals and so much more! Expired Certification--- We are also happy to announce that if your certification is currently expired and your renewal date was due in 2016-June 30th 2017 that we are offering to waive the late fee/reinstatement fee for a limited time. If your renewal date was during the noted time frame, your renewal must be postmarked between July 1, 2017-Oct 31, 2017 for the fees to be waived. Fees are not waived if your renewal was postmarked prior to July 1, 2017. Call To Action--- November 4th, 2017, Embassy Suites, Raleigh NC, More Information Coming Soon!
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About us

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Since its inception, NCCAP has been at the forefront of quality of life and activity training and certification for elderly care. Mandated by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, these services are critical to the well-being of the elderly.

 

Recognized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), NCCAP continues to set standards and provide educational opportunities to address the changing needs of the aging industry and those for whom they care.   We work with industry stakeholders, service providers and individuals to insure standards of practice are met.  Through the standardization process we issue Certifications to let those receiving care know that NCCAP Certified Individual has the rigorous educational standards required to earn a Certification.  Those standards revolve around the following areas of focus:

 

  • Person- Centered Care – The individual being served
  • Non-verbal and verbal communication skills
  • The benefits of engaging and being active
  • Reducing cost of care through engagement and activities
  • Best practices for engaging a person with dementia
  • Interventions to utilize for aggressive behavior
  • Social assessment and lesson plans
  • Planning and executing activities

 

 

To that end:

 

  • NCCAP and our approved providers offer educational and testing opportunities for individuals to pursue on-going professional development and Certification
  • NCCAP and approved affiliates work together to educate the public, institutions and governments on the need for Standards, Certifications and Continuing Education Requirements which improve the quality of life of those in Long Term Care

 

Whether traditional Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Communities, Adult Day Centers or care provided to someone aging in place, NCCAP works to ensure the highest standards of care are established and met.