Culture Change Now! Volume 3
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.
Catalyst Clips Volume 1
This DVD-based training package allows you to inexpensively bring in a variety of outside speakers to share "just the nuggets" you need to get your team focusing inward and acting outward to help your facility on its culture change journey.
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Changing the Culture of Care Planning
Learn the steps of building a care plan into a living, human document which truly addresses the person in all their personhood rather than identifying problems and remedies in institutional language.
It’s big, beautiful and packed with stories, pictures and ideas about energizing daily life in neighborhoods and households. Vibrant Living was written by Carmen Bowman and LaVrene Norton as a how-to guide, but it is also a scrapbook of photos and stories from organizations across the country highlighting the vibrant living that goes on in their homes. From ethnic celebrations to coffee klatch, from tree climbing to a quiet afternoon curled up on the couch, organizations are finding ways to make it possible for elders to live lives full of interest, value, meaning and spontaneity.
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The Household Model Business Case
Here it is, what every long-term care leader has been asking for: the definitive work establishing financial feasibility of the household model with financial data and tables to prove it.
This Technical Brief is of vital importance to any Board of Directors, CEO, owner or master planning team that is considering the Household Model in any of its various forms.
In Pursuit of the Sunbeam (2nd ed.)
"The sunbeam," the right to home, has eluded the frail elders of this country for too long. It is time for a change. In Pursuit of the Sunbeam is a guide for individuals and organizations looking to embrace the true home of the resident-directed Household Model. Based on James O. Prochaska's stages of change, the Norton and Shields Change Matrix plots the transformational journey from beginning awareness of the need for change on a personal level through physical and organizational reconstruction into households licensed as skilled nursing facilities.