National Council of Certified Dementia
Practitioners NCCDP®, LLC
Code of Ethics for Certified Dementia Practitioners® (CDP® )
The CDP® provides services to the health care profession with respect and dignity to the Dementia Client.
The CDP® recognizes and respects the Dementia Client individuality.
The CDP® participates in ongoing education and stays current with regards to Dementia issues and the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners® NCCDP Body of Knowledge.
The CDP® maintains competence in his chosen profession.
The CDP® will report to the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners any acts by a Certified Dementia Practitioner® that is illegal or unethical.
The CDP® assumes absolute responsibility for your own individual actions.
The CDP® will stay current with certifications with the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners® NCCDP .
The CDP® insures the privacy of the dementia client and applies all HIPPA Regulations.
The CDP® works to implement innovative ideas to the health care setting that may help a Dementia Client.
The CDP® works to insure that quality of life is provided for the Dementia Clients residing in your health care setting.
The CDP® networks with other health care professionals, attends Dementia / Alzheimer’s Seminars, Conventions, Support Groups and Ethics Committees.
The CDP® respects the Dementia Clients customs, religious beliefs, and philosophy.
The CDP® is truthful and avoids providing false or misleading information.
The CDP® will not use the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners® NCCDP on any brochure or advertising without the express permission of this organization and in no way benefit directly or Indirectly at the expense of the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners.
The CDP® understands that its certification with the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners® NCCDP does not in any way confer upon the CDP any type of licensure as a health care provider.