Keith Schaeffer Thanks to emerging technology, long-term care staff across entire organizations are starting to take learning into their own hands, and that’s a big step toward enabling a good daily life for residents. Staffing is a big concern at… Read more
Month: November 2019
Staying Connected in Today’s World: The Paradigm Has Shifted!
Joan Devine, Pioneer Network Director of Education Remember the days when it was only acceptable to have pierced ears – and only one hole in each ear? Or when tattoos had to be totally covered or you could not work… Read more
Empathy: A Key to Connection and Learning
Kathy Dreyer, Ph.D., AGE-u-cate® Training Institute Federal and state initiatives aimed at culture change and person-centered dementia care are calling upon providers to equip care partners with practical tools. Those tools must generate knowledge in providing person-centered care that creates… Read more