NursePartners Becomes the First Agency in Pennsylvania to Receive the Positive Approach to Care® Designation 

NursePartners is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the coveted 

Designated Organization accreditation from Positive Approach to Care® (PAC). 

This makes us the first agency in Pennsylvania and the 13th worldwide to receive this designation. With this accreditation, we are officially aligned with the PAC philosophy and techniques for dementia care.

What is the Positive Approach to Care®?

Teepa Snow, a world-renowned occupational therapist, founded Positive Approach to Care® (PAC) in 2005, a nationally recognized organization that provides dementia care training, services, and products worldwide.

PAC improves the lives and relationships of people living with brain change by increasing awareness and improving dementia care skills. The aim is to create a supportive, positive environment for those living with dementia by emphasizing what they can still do rather than what they can’t. This is accomplished through appropriate language, approaches, and techniques that allow them to maintain as much freedom and dignity as possible.

Positive Approach to Care® Designated Organization Available in Philadelphia, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties

For 20 years, NursePartners has supported families by providing compassionate and experienced nurse care to their aging loved ones. Our team comprises the best Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) who have been using PAC to help patients living with dementia. We also help healthcare providers solve staffing problems caused by recruitment gaps, vacation coverage, resignations, or unplanned absenteeism.

Our call center is open 24/7 and ready to assist you. Contact us today at 610.323.9800 x 102 during business hours and 610.323.9800 x 108 after hours.

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