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Changing Long Term Care
This section delves into the culture change movement, defining person-centered care and its importance Educators and outreach event planners can build discussion guides based on the various themes discussed in the documentary. Available tools include essays, discussion questions, interviews, resources, and film clips.
Curriculum and resources will be available soon on the following topics:
- Director of Nursing?
- In a nursing home, a certified nursing assistant will bathe you, dress you, feed you, and befriend you. They spend their day taking care of you, but many of them don’t earn enough to take care of their own families. This section will delve into the life of a C.N.A and their struggle for fair compensation. Watch related video clip (6:06).
- You’ve decided that culture change is right for your facility. The next logical question is: Where do I start? This section will teach you what first steps to take in the culture change process, and answer the burning question: How much will it cost?
- You’ve read about culture change and it sounds right for your needs or the needs of your loved one. The next step is finding a facility that has adopted this practice. This section will help you start the process.
John George, Nurisng Home Administrator at Saint John’s. Photo by Dick Blau.