Frank Bruno, Jr. recently earned professional certifications as a Certified Dementia Practitioner® and CADDCT® Certified Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia Care Trainer through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP), the global leader in dementia education and certification for healthcare and other professionals. Frank Bruno, Jr., Esq. completed the required training to earn the CDP® and CADDCT® designations, which represents individuals that have received comprehensive knowledge in the area of dementia care and achievement in completing the Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care course and seminar training.
The CDP® also commits to ongoing professional development through NCCDP Staff Education Week or other educational opportunities and re-certification every two years. The NCCDP remarks that the “CDP® certification reflects a deep personal commitment on the part of the front line staff, health care professional and the organization’s sense of accountability by abiding by the NCCDP ethics statement, inspiring confidence and dedication in an individual’s professional knowledge through quality of life and quality of care provided by the CDP® to the dementia patient.” The goal of the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners is to develop and encourage comprehensive standards of excellence in direct-care skills, education, and sensitivity in the area of dementia care.
Additionally, a CADDCT trainer provides the state of the art and comprehensive ADDC Alzheimers Disease and Dementia Care curriculum to health care professionals, front line staff and students enrolled in health care related degree programs such as nursing, social workers, pharmacist, activity professionals, PT, OT, Speech Therapist, nursing assistants and other important professions serving the older person who already work in the health care industry, supporting industries, government agencies or who will be entering the work force. The ADDC curriculum is the required seminar for those interested in pursuing CDP Certified Dementia Practitioner certification and who qualify for CDP certification. Not everyone will qualify for the CDP certification but all professions can benefit from the comprehensive curriculum. The ADDC curriculum is recognized by CMS Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and is listed on the CMS Crosswalk page.
“One certified CADDCT trainer impacts thousands of health care providers” NCCDP
The Law Office of Frank Bruno, Jr. serve clients that have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and assists those clients and their families with long-term care plans, asset protection and more.