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November 10th 1:00pm EST

Mapping Pathways to Person-Centered Care
Description
Please join us on Wednesday, November 10th for, "Mapping Pathways to Person-Centered Care," a free live webinar event! We will be exploring three pillars within senior living and person-centered care. Earn up to 3 Free CEs Available for Administrators, Activity and Life Enrichment Professionals and Ohio Nursing!

1-2pm EST
“The Role of Leaders in Navigating the Journey”
Michele Engelbach, CEO, LNHA, Ohio Eastern Star Home

2-3pm EST
“Fighting Social Isolation and Improving Resident Well-Being: Fundamental Strategies for Success”
Charles de Vilmorin, CEO and Co-Founder, Linked Senior

3-3:15pm EST
Break

3:15-4:15pm EST
“Social Determinants of Employment: The Impact to Your Organizational Health”
Lori Presser, Customer Success Enablement Coordinator, OnShift

4:15-4:30pm EST
Networking


Register Here:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RsvDgZzAS2uZZJobdG-20A



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OHCA
55 Green Meadows Drive South
P.O. Box 447
Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
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About Centered Care

Person-centered care is a relationship-based approach to nursing home care that honors and respects the voice of elders and those working closest with them. It involves a continuing process of listening, trying new things, seeing how they work, and changing things in an effort to individualize care and de-institutionalize the nursing home environment.

Person-centered care is not about more forms, more lists, more reporting, or more work. It is about finding a decent and kind way to serve older adults that makes their lives and the lives of their caregivers more meaningful, a common-sense approach to bringing care back into caregiving at the nursing home and enriching the lives of those that live and work there.

Principles and values of person-centered care
  • Every person has strengths, gifts, and contributions to offer.
  • Every person has hopes, dreams and desires.
  • Each person is the primary authority on his or her life, along with those who them.
  • Every person has the ability to express preferences and to make choices.
  • A person's choices and preferences shall always be considered.
THIS is what we strive to help facilities with education, tools and resources to provide!

When we hear from you, we can improve our work and refine our materials to meet your needs. If you have questions or comments about implementing preference-based person-centered care in your organization, please reach out to us at PELI-Can@miamioh.edu or 513-529-3605.