Anthony Vicari

Nevada

Anthony Vicari

Nevada

Anthony F. VicariCertified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care TrainerActivity Director Certified/Education SpecializationActivity Consultant~Board CertifiedEden Alternative Educator and AssociateNAAP Vice PresidentAnthony is an active educator in today’s healthcare profession. He currently serves as the Vice President for the National Association of Activity Professionals. One of Anthony’s professional highlights was serving as Professional Development Trustee for the National Association of Activity Professionals; 2012-2015. Anthony was directly responsible for orchestrating and delivering three Education Summits: St. Louis, Missouri, 2012; New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013; and Sacramento, California, 2014. In addition, he was directly responsible for the organization of three National Conferences; Las Vegas, Nevada, 2013; St. Louis, Missouri, 2014, and Daytona Beach, Florida, 2015. Each of these educational conferences was nationally approved for Continuing Education hours and provided attendees with practical and research-based strategies and experiences. Anthony is nationally certified as an Activity Director Certified/Education Specialization (ADC/EDU) through the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals; an Activity Consultant-Board Certified (AC-BC) through the National Association of Activity Professionals Credentialing Center; a Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer (CADDCT), Certified Dementia Care Manager (CDCM), and Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) through the National Certification Council of Dementia Practitioners; and a Certified Eden Alternative Trainer and Associate through the Eden Alternative. Anthony’s 35 years of professional work includes the following settings: adult and geriatric behavioral health hospitals; memory care neighborhoods; continuous care retirement communities; skilled nursing centers; and public/private education as school administrator and educator. He enjoys serving residents and families in a variety of settings and has presented education seminars specifically dealing with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care at the local, state and national levels. Anthony believes that the essential experiences and knowledge gained from his 35 years helps in every aspect of his professional presentations. Finally, Anthony is a published author with R.O.S. Therapy Systems: Caregiver Activity Lesson Plans, Volume I. This collection of fifty 1:1 activity programs helps caregivers, in al

  • Work
    • Universal Health Systems
  • Education
    • Ed.S., University of Las Vegas, Nevada