NCCAP Person-Centered Care Community Certification
NCCAP Person-Centered Care Community Certification demonstrates that a majority of your staff have undergone advanced training in person-centered care. This commitment ensures top-notch care and effective engagement, communication, and interaction with residents, fostering enhanced physical, mental and emotional well-being.
More About the Program
- Register in 2023 to save 70% for life!
- $300 annual recurring license fee is an introductory offer, ending December 31, 2023.
- Annual renewal is required to maintain your content license and community certification.
- E-learning coursework includes 4 hours of content designed for all staff and volunteers.
- Coursework is offered as sixteen practical 15-minute lessons.
- Designed to create and maintains a culture of person-centered, person-directed care.
- Equips all staff and volunteers with vital resident engagement skills.
- Choose to deliver courses via your corporate Learning Management System (LMS) or internal educators.
- We recommend offering this training as part of new employee on-boarding, and annually thereafter.
- Person-Centered Care Community™ Certification is awarded when a majority of staff complete curriculum.
The National Certification Council for Activities Professional was established in 1986 as the official credential of the Activity Professional. To date, NCCAP has educated, trained and certified over 150,00 caregivers to improve quality of life through person-centered care and services. NCCAP certification meets the highest standard of CMS F680 for life-enriching activity programs, and verifies the knowledge and skills of CMS F679 to deliver physical, mental, and physco-social well-being. Join over 150,000 caregivers certified by NCCAP since 1986! As partners with Pioneer Network inspiring culture change, supporting innovation and providing and opportunity for learning, NCCAP includes Pioneer Network principles for person-centered care in all curriculums. Pioneer Network is the national leader of the culture change movement, helping care providers to transition away from a medical, institutional model of elder care to one that is life affirming, satisfying, humane and meaningful.