• Certified Dementia Communication Specialist

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    Become a Certified Dementia Communication Specialist

    Let's Set the Stage...

    The Certified Dementia Communication Specialist designation is based on The Dementia RAW Method.

     

    You may ask what is The Dementia RAW Method...

     

    Focuses on creating connection and simplifying communication with the person living with dementia through the rules of improv comedy & the pillars of empathy.

     

    Read further to learn more about Dementia RAW and the CDCS.

    This is WHY we Created the Dementia RAW Method

    and the CDCS Certification.

    Meet The Cast...

    Cathy Braxton, Chief Education Officer

    &

    Tami Neumann, Chief Operations Officer

    Certified Dementia Communication Specialist

    Quick Overview

    This certification will help you to dig deeper into the foundational concepts of the Dementia RAW method, help the families you work with and demonstrate to employer’s and client’s that you have a much-needed skill set.

     

    In this certification program, we will help you to understand the concepts at their core, take on a new perspective of dementia and test your understanding of these concepts through weekly discussion and observation exercises.

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