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-August 15, 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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Why Become NCCAP Certified?

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Federal Law, OBRA, states that an activity department must be directed by a “qualified professional.” One of the ways to become qualified is to become a Certified Activity Professional.

NCCAP certification is recognized by CMS (Formerly Health Care Financing Administration) as an organization that certifies activity professionals who work specifically with the elderly.

NCCAP certification assures administrators and surveyors that you have met professional standards to become certified.

Many administrators will only hire activity professionals who are certified.

Some administrators offer a higher salary to a certified professional.

Become NCCAP certified so others will know that you are nationally qualified and offering quality of life thru activity service to your residents/clients.