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Testimonials2016-11-14T20:28:54+00:00

“My supervising staff members at Bergen Regional Medical Center have received TTAP Method Certification. Thanks to the implementation of the TTAP method, Bergen Regional Medical Center in New Jersey is now on the forefront in activities.  Dr. Linda Madori’s “Transcending Dementia through the TTAP Method” has brought knowledge to the Therapeutic Recreation Staff which has been enhanced the residents’ quality of life at BRMC. I also recommend this book for families who have loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease. This book provides a new approach on how to deal with this disease and the benefits of using the TTAP method.”
Kristin Mullins, CTRS, Director of Therapeutic Recreation, LTC– Bergen Regional Medical Center

“Every administrator serving the healthcare industry recognizes the important balance between providing optimal care while keeping healthcare costs down. The TTAP Method has been proven here at Linden Oaks at Edward Hospital to do just that! All staff on our Gero- psychiatric unit received TTAP Method 2-day Certification Training and within 6 months aggressive behaviors’, and falls were significantly decreased. The hospital calculated a 160,000.00 savings in direct healthcare costs after the first year!  We highly recommend reading Dr. Levine Madori’s first book The TTAP Method and her new book Transcending Dementia through the TTAP Method; A New Psychological Approach to Art, Brain and Cognition.”
Trish Jones-Bendel Chief Administrator, Linden Oaks at Edward Hospital, Chicago, Ill.

Having worked in dementia care for many years, I was thrilled to help bring Dr. Linda Levine Madori’s TTAP Method to aging network personnel around New York State.  Over 175 participants completed the one day certificate TTAP Method training program in November and December 2011 at six locations around the state. The Therapeutic Thematic Arts Programming training was the most successful course of the quarter. Feedback documented that the trainees appreciated the content as well as the instructor; one trainee noted, “Presenter was knowledgeable, utilized active experiences & related to each discipline present.” I hope you enjoy Dr. Levine Madori’s recent book which is the first of its kind to bring “ACTIVE TREATMENT guidelines” for dementia care to adult day programs, in-home services, assisted living centers and nursing homes.”
Erin Purcell, Aging Services Representative, New York State Office for the Aging

“Brilliant and must reading for practitioners today. This is an important clinical text for anyone engaging with Alzheimer’s patients.  Dr. Madori has thoroughly researched her subject and made her case for the efficacy of the TAPP method.  Family caregivers would also benefit greatly from instruction in this approach.”
James Huysman, PsyD, LCSW, Author; Take Your Oxygen First