Learn about who we are, our company history, our mission, values, recognition and more.
Why we do it
Our Mission & Values
To provide world-class training and education on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias so that every individual living with cognitive change benefits from compassionate, expert care.
NCCDP’s vision is to lead a global transformation in care for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, cultivating a future where all caregivers are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and empathy to treat individuals living with cognitive change.”
Challenges may come, but we see the glass half full, staying dedicated and hopeful in our pursuit of a world with elevated care for Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias.
We see beyond the professional and acknowledge the personal journeys of caregivers, individuals living with cognitive change, and their families.
As we expand and explore adjacent markets, our core remains dementia care, ensuring that our growth always revolves around our foundational expertise.
Remaining collaborative, resourceful, creative, persistent, and cohesive to achieve objectives and overcome complex challenges.
Meet The Team
Who We Are
NCCDP is comprised of team members deeply passionate about dementia care & training.
Georgia Department of Human Services
Listed under the “Dementia Education & Training Resources” section of the Georgia Department of Human Services website
Texas’s Health and Human Services
Highlighted as a preferred training option for Texas’s Health and Human Services Commission.
Illinois Department of Public Health
Listed under “Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias services curriculum” on the Illinois Department of Public Health Website.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Recognized by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services as an MLN Association Partner
System for Award Management
NCCDP is an approved vendor with the Federal government
The NCCDP is accredited as an approved provider of continuing education (7 CEUS) by accrediting agencies and continues to apply for CEUS from other professional organizations.