Person-Centered, Continuity of Care through Education and Certification

NCCAP Standards ensure continuity of care, reduce costs and improve quality of life across all care settings

The education and certification programs of NCCAP provide the foundation for person-centered care. From aging in place at home and along the journey of long-term care and hospice, continuity of care is critical. It includes non-medical skills such as assessment, communication, engagement, planning and delivery of activities. The right approach and techniques can help get someone to bathe, go to therapy, take their medications or play a game. Knowing the right techniques for behavioral interventions is essential, can reduce risk of injury and can improve quality of life. NCCAP-credentialed care partners learn the best techniques tailored to the individual cognitive and physical abilities and interests of those in their care.

Families and Home Care Agencies

Person-Centered Care begins here. NCCAP offers programs that help families in need...

Long-Term Care Communities and Day Centers

From meeting F-TAG requirements to best-in-class Dementia and Continuing Education courses...

Activity Professionals

Activities - Engagement is the foundation of person-centered careActivity Professionals are...

Government and Nonprofit Agencies

NCCAP Certification helps reduce risks and the cost of care, improve quality of life and...