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.
Gather Round -- The Learning Circle
From making plans to sharing stories, from tackling challenges to just getting acquainted, the learning circle allows every voice to be heard and makes everyone equal. This video demonstrates the method for circles involving staff and residents, and illustrates how their regular use can promote person-centered care and enhance the lives of elders.
Household Matters Toolkit
The Household Matters Toolkit is an integrated toolkit of materials and systems for use by long-term care providers and others with a stake in transforming the culture of nursing homes in a sustainable fashion.
The toolkit's components provide an explicit roadmap for shaping your organization to operate in a resident-directed service model with a well-trained, empowered, and satisfied workforce.
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Life Happens in the Kitchen
Learn about the innovative dining possibilities that can be options for all types of nursing homes regardless of where they are in the Culture Change process: Traditional, Transformational or Neighborhood. This workbook is divided into three sections. Different dining styles and the facilities that have implemented them are featured throughout the book.
The Phases of Culture Change (Reprint)
This article includes an in-depth breakdown of the six phases of culture change:
Phase 1: The Study Circle
Phase 2: The Design Team
Phase 3: Skills Assessment and Development
Phase 4: Team Development
Phase 5: Implementation
Phase 6: Evaluation
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 to assist organizations in engaging residents in directing the activities of their lives. It is written to be displayed in living rooms, lounges and other places where residents gather. Each page highlights the vibrant living that goes on in their homes. It is a scrapbook of photos and stories from organizations around 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.