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Changing the Culture of Care Planning
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Learn how to build a meaningful care plan into a living document truly addressing the person in all their personhood.
Rather than focusing on "problems" with generic, institutional, canned "interventions" learn to identify and serve the person's needs and preferences with individualized approaches.
Changing the Culture of Care Planning: A Person Directed Approach
is authored by Christine Krugh who led the care plan initiative when the social worker at Riverview Retirement Community in Spokane, WA. Christine has a rich history of crafting the care plan in much more meaningful ways from its order of issues to care conference itself. Carmen Bowman is owner of Edu-Catering: Catering Education for Compliance and Culture Change and brings a strong background as a regulator to her deep love of culture change and blending
The 72 pages of this workbook reviews the formats of
I Care Planning
as well as
Narrative Care Planning
, and comes with examples of both I and narrative Care plans, policies and procedures to support this change in care planning as well as ideas, examples, exercises and work practices. Actually changing an organization's culture of care planning is not only refreshing but leads to much better satisfaction by all as well as regulatory compliance.
Also included is a well done
Video Care Plan
in a person's (resident's) own words what he needs from those caring for him, and set to music - be aware, this is a combo that may draw tears....
Additional DVD included.
Christine Krugh, MSW, Carmen Bowman
A Tale of Transformation - 4 Stages to Tell the Story
Champions for Care
Regulatory Compliance in Culture Change
Regulatory Support for Culture Change
Play to Learn
Becoming Who They Were
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