Culture Change Now! magazine is our way of spreading the word about culture change, using articles and stories to interest and entertain our readers while educating them about each step in the process, and about the movement as a whole. We call it a magazine because it has the feel of journalism tempered with storytelling, but it is entirely unlike the average newsstand publication.
InOld Age in a New Age, award-winning journalist Beth Baker takes readers on a journey ito some of the best places in America for elders to live. In these remarkable nursing homes, residents have a say in their everyday lives, enjoy an environment that looks and feels like an ordinary home, live with dignity and purpose, and find comfort in close relationships with caregivers.
Using this workbook and DVD, caregivers and housekeepers as well as the activities and social services staff will soon be comfortable engaging elders, staff and families in these delightful circles. The video takes you into the learning circles of three Midwestern homes. Experience very powerful and delightful exchanges of staff and elders. Believe that you can make this happen in your home too.
These two items offer stories of transformation -- from nursing home "management" into the Household Model of "leadership." When it comes to shaping a work environment with boundless growth opportunities for staff, Pennybyrn at Maryfield stands above the rest. Here, culture change's promise of empowering frontline leaders is compete.
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