Cameron J. Camp

About Cameron J. Camp

Director of Research & Development With over three decades of dedication to the applied and translational research of gerontology, dementia intervention, and cognitive intervention, Dr. Camp has earned international renown for his work to improve the quality of life for persons with dementia and memory disorders. The co-holder of two patents developed through Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR), Dr. Camp has also been appointed Principal Investigator on numerous NIH-funded projects and served as President of the Adult Development and Aging division of the American Psychological Association. Lecturing and training across Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America on the use of Montessori Dementia Interventions – and with writings that have been translated into six other languages – Dr. Camp is a personal force for global change for persons with dementia and memory disorders.

Program for Alzheimer’s Disease

Program for Alzheimer's disease supports both those with memory loss and their caregivers THE PLAIN DEALER-August 13, 2012   Retrouver la mémoire des gestes LE MONDE-August 20, 2012

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Dr. Cameron Camp Interview with Lori Le Bey

In an interview with Lori Le Bey for her online radio show, Alzheimer Speaks, Dr. Cameron Camp discusses our new video, "Alzheimer Syndrome."

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Facing Dementia Series

Facing Dementia is a new 5-part series filmed in Singapore and premiering on Channel NewsAsia. This is an excerpt from the series synopsis: "With no cures for dementia, this series looks [...]

By |2019-01-25T00:42:44+00:00November 7th, 2018|

SQR Magazine Article

In an article published by SQR Magazine, Dr. Camp discusses his work on the use of Montessori-based approaches to dementia care. Click here to view the article.

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Dr. Camp Interviewed by NPR

Dr. Camp was interviewed by NPR during his visit to London for presentations at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference and the University of Oxford. Click here to view the article.

By |2019-01-25T00:43:37+00:00November 7th, 2018|