At the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP), we understand how important associations are to the development of communities of practice, standards-setting, and industry-shaping. We are dedicated to providing these powerful associations with the information and resources they need to have a significant influence on the field of Alzheimer’s and dementia care.

With our unique Dementia Care Education and Certification for Associations, we hope to enable associations to raise the bar for the care given to people living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Our strategy ensures that associations are equipped to lead with knowledge and empathy as it is based on compassion and a thorough awareness of the special possibilities and difficulties associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia care.


Understanding Associations

The association sector is a vibrant and varied one, made up of associations that support lobbying initiatives, industry standards, and professional groups. These associations, which span from healthcare to education, are essential to the advancement of best practices, professional growth, and knowledge in their respective domains. Associations play a crucial role in the healthcare system in tackling the complexity of disorders like Alzheimer’s and dementia., This necessitates a multidisciplinary approach to care, research, and lobbying for policies.

Associations have the ability to impact the standard of care and the development of Alzheimer’s and dementia therapies. They can achieve this by encouraging professional collaboration, supporting research, and lobbying for legislative reforms. With Alzheimer’s and dementia becoming increasingly common and posing a challenge to healthcare systems and communities throughout the globe, there is a greater need than ever for associations to get thorough Alzheimer’s and dementia care education and certification.


How We Serve Associations

Our specialty at NCCDP is providing associations with specialized Dementia Care Education and Certification.

Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care (ADDC) Seminar:

The ADDC seminar from NCCDP is an essential resource for associations exploring Alzheimer's and dementia expertise. A prerequisite for CDP certification, this seminar provides foundational knowledge. Offered in diverse formats, it caters to associations seeking comprehensive understanding and expertise in Alzheimer's and related dementia care.

Distributed Training

NCCDP's Distributed Training, often known as "Train the Trainer," strategically aids associations in building in-house Alzheimer's and dementia care proficiency. This approach empowers association staff to become certified trainers and; foster knowledge dissemination. Adopting this model creates an environment of continuous learning and is; vital for associations navigating Alzheimer's and dementia care.

Dementia Care Certifications

NCCDP's certifications are open to associations, recognizing their role in supporting diverse professionals. Certifications like Certified Dementia Practitioner and Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer® enhance the skills of association staff providing specialized care. Additional certifications address diverse roles within associations, contributing to elevated care standards.

Why Choose NCCDP’s Dementia Care Education and Certification Services?

Selecting NCCDP for Dementia Care Education and Certification for Associations is a commitment to work together with a company that is dedicated to improving the lives of those who are impacted by Alzheimer’s and dementia. Our twenty years of study and certification in Alzheimer’s and dementia care have established us as leaders in the area, and associations all over the country rely on us. Because professionals with experience in Alzheimer’s and dementia care create our programs, they are empathetic and grounded on research. Through our partnership, associations may provide their members with access to the best Alzheimer’s and dementia care education available, improving their knowledge and abilities.

For more information about Alzheimer’s and dementia care education and certification for associations, feel free to contact us today.