Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

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At NCCDP, we strive to make a positive change in dementia care and education. Every one of you, our members, help us make that change real every single day.

8 Signs Of Early Dementia To Watch Out For

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Early detection of dementia can make a significant difference in the quality of life for those affected. Signs of early dementia can be subtle but are important to recognize for timely intervention. Identifying these signs helps healthcare professionals, caregivers, and care facilities provide appropriate care for those experiencing cognitive decline. Early detection can improve the […]

8 Interesting Facts About Alzheimer’s You Should Know

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Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects millions of people worldwide, causing memory loss and cognitive decline. Learning more about this disease can help you understand its impact and the importance of compassionate care. Interesting facts about Alzheimer’s can shed light on the challenges faced by those with the disease as well as their caregivers. These […]

The Importance Of Assisted Living Certification

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Providing exceptional care for individuals with dementia requires a deep understanding of the condition. Assisted living certification equips caregivers with the knowledge and skills to create a safe, supportive environment and deliver compassionate, person-centered care. This specialized training empowers caregivers to manage symptoms effectively, improve communication, and meet the unique needs of each resident. Ensure […]

Dementia Vs. Alzheimer’s Disease: How Are They Different?

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Many people are unaware of the key differences between dementia vs. Alzheimer’s disease, even though these terms are often used interchangeably. Dementia involves a reduction in cognitive functions that significantly impacts daily activities, while Alzheimer’s is a distinct condition and the leading cause of dementia. Understanding the difference between these conditions helps in delivering appropriate […]