What a great experience! The 2018 Pioneer Network Conference: Pioneering a New Culture of Aging Read about my experience here.
Exciting NeWS from the Credentialing Center
Exam Scholarship Announcement:
The NAAP Credentialing Center is proud to announce an Exam Scholarship to assist in paying for the Competency Exam. The Scholarship will cover $125 of the $200 Exam fee. You pay only $75!
The Scholarship is open to any Activity Professional seeking to gain the National Board Certification as an Activity Professional or a Consultant/Educator.
The Scholarship Application must be filled out completely and sent to the NAAPCC Office along with the required documentation. Find the Scholarship Application Here
Winners will be kept confidential.
Questions? Please call the NAAPCC office at 303-317-5682 for answers
The NAAP Credentialing Center is proud to be a member of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence in a show of our commitment to strive for excellence in our board certification program.
Lapel pins are now available!
You have been asking for lapel pins to demonstrate your professionalism and we responded to this request as well. Lapel pins are now available from the office. AP-BC or AC-BC are $7.00 which includes shipping and handling. Get one and wear it with pride! They can be ordered from the website or by contacting the NAAPCC office.
ARTICLES WRITTEN BY THE NAAP CREDENTIALING CENTER BOARD MEMBERS:
Susan Rauch, our Associate Director of Operations and Credentialing has a great article about her Assisted Living Program on I Advance Senior Care. Her advise to us is "blankets to beer." Read her article here.
Listening with Compassion written by our Director of Communications and Marketing, Shelley Evans for IAdvance.
Sean Mockbee, son of our Director of Operations, Diane Mockbee is a strong supporter of the Activity Profession. His article "Activity Programming: An Administrators View" was recently published by 1 Advance Senior Care. Read his article here
Susan Rauch is our Associate Director of Operations and Credentialing. She was proud to introduce one of her residents to the nation. He is a Japanese American who served in WWII and was highly decorated for his service. You will see as you watch the video that he has a great sense of humor. View his story here.