At the Table: A Process for Care Planning for Resident Choice

$59.00

Guides:
Maggie Calkins, PhD, EDAC, Executive Director, The Mayer-Rothschild Foundation
Jennifer Brush, MA, CCC/SLP, Brush Development

Resident choice is at the heart of the new regulations, but sometimes, just like in our own lives, the choices resident’s make can put them at risk. Often long-term care providers want to honor resident choice, but are afraid to do so because of fear of injury or risk of liability.  The key is to find the balance between providing good care and keeping elders safe, on the one hand, and enabling choice which may involve risk but enhances quality of life, on the other.

So how does the care community accommodate resident preferences when the choice is seen as having some potential risk for a negative outcome?  Hear what members of the team that developed A Process for Care Planning for Resident Choice have to say about the processes you can put in place in your organization that will help you honor choice while mitigating risk.

This educational offering has been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) and approved for 1 clock hours and 1 participant hours.

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Margaret Calkins, PhD, EDAC, is nationally recognized as a creative, dynamic leader, trainer andresearcher in the field of environments for elders. She is Executive Director of The Mayer-Rothschild Foundation, the only national philanthropy exclusively committed to person-centeredlong-term care in the US. A member of several national organizations and panels which focus onissues of care for cognitively impaired older adults, she is a highly sought after speaker forconferences in the US and abroad. Maggie currently serves on the board of the Pioneer Network.

 

 

Jennifer Brush, MA, CCC/SLP is an award-winning Dementia Educator, author and consultant.Passionate about enriching the lives of people with dementia, Jennifer is on a mission to put thefocus of care on the person’s preferences, interests and abilities. With her 25 years of industry experience, including leading countless live national and international trainings, facilitating ground-breaking research, and managing innovative person-centered care projects for The Mayer-Rothschild Foundation, Jennifer flawlessly bridges the gap between care communities and the individuals they serve. Jennifer serves on the Association Montessori International Advisory Board for Montessori for Aging and Dementia and is the only person in the US teaching this international program. Jennifer is the author of 5 nationally recognized books on dementia including the silver-medal winning Creative Connections in Dementia Care and I Care, the gold-medal winning work that also received a 5-star rating as a Reader Favorite. Jennifer is widely known for her revolutionary work in the Spaced Retrieval memory intervention, pioneering this area of study and publishing 2 books on the subject.

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