Using Pioneer Network and Other Resources to Guide Your Culture Change Journey

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Guide: Cathy Lieblich, Director of Network Relations, Pioneer Network

Co-presenters:
Diane Hall, RD, NHA, Owner, Balanced Senior Nutrition
Gail Douglas, RD, LDN, Regional Director at Balanced Senior Nutrition
Julie Ballard, Director of Culture Change, Health Systems, Inc.
Brad J. Norris, ACC, CCSI, Director of Therapeutic Recreation, Homewood at Martinsburg

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Cathy Lieblich

We know we want to change practices, to bring more person centeredness to our communities as we strive to meet and exceed the new regulations, but how? Have you been looking for some guidelines, training tools, tips that can help? That’s just the sort of thing you would expect to get from a network! Join Cathy and the guides from the communities as they explore the many resources available through the Pioneer Network’s new website; where to find them; how they have been used and the outcomes they have produced.

To purchase a 12 webinar bundle ($600) or 4 webinar bundle ($200) please contact info@pioneernetwork.net.

 

 


Diane Hall, RD, NHA, Owner, Balanced Senior Nutrition
Diane, a registered dietitian and licensed nursing home administrator, is the owner of Balanced Senior Nutrition, a full-service consulting firm with dietitians servicing nursing homes, assisted living communities, home health agencies and community organizations. For over 30 years, Diane’s passion and the company’s primary focus have been on balancing quality of life with quality of care. Diane and the consultants at Balanced Senior Nutrition encourage their clients to implement dining practices that provide safe, nourishing meals to both the soul and the body. Diane serves on the Executive Committee of the Florida Pioneer Network and was a member of the Pioneer Network’s National Dining Practice Standards Toolkit Task Force, and contributed helpful resources for the Appendix of the Toolkit. She is the author of The Inside Scoop on Informed Choice which gives care providers the latest evidence-based information and carefully considered forms to document and create individualized care plans. TUsing a proprietary documentation tool for self-directed dining care plans, care providers can ensure that the care plans they write will satisfy the regulations for informed choice while protecting themselves from possible litigation and citations. The manual shows how to identify and fix core problems with your dining services using QAPI-based forms. In addition, the learning centers at the end of each section are designed to “train the trainers” so they can educate other staff members about the ins and outs of diet liberalization. The Inside Scoop on Informed Choice gives care providers the latest evidence-based information and carefully considered forms to document and create individualized care plans that improve the lives of the people in their care — as well as safeguard the community from legal action and citations stemming from a resident’s right to refuse treatment.The Inside Scoop on Informed Choice gives care providers the latest evidence-based information and carefully considered forms to document and create individualized care plans that improve the lives of the people in their care — as well as safeguard the community from legal action and citations stemming from a resident’s right to refuse treatment.The Inside Scoop on Informed Choice gives care providers the latest evidence-based information and carefully considered forms to document and create individualized care plans that improve the lives of the people in their careThe Inside Scoop on Informed Choice gives care providers the latest evidence-based information and carefully considered forms to document and create individualized care plans that improve the lives of the people in their carehe Inside Scoop and the Dining Standards Toolkit are both available through the Pioneer Network online Store.


Julie Ballard, Director of Culture Change, Health Systems, Inc.
Julie Ballard is currently the Director of Culture Change for Health Systems, Inc.  She has been in this position more than 6 years helping implement culture change in 88 skilled nursing homes across Missouri.  Previously, Julie has been an Assistant Missouri State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, advocating for residents in long-term care homes in Missouri, as well as a state surveyor of long-term care facilities.  Julie is an RN and has a BSN from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO.  Julie has been involved in Missouri’s culture change coalition, Missouri Coalition Celebrating Care Continuum Change (MC5), since its beginning in 2004.  She is a past President and Vice President of the Board and is currently the Communications Committee Chair.  She has a passion for changing the culture of aging, to see elders respected and celebrated across Missouri, and has served as a presenter at numerous conferences and meetings on topics including resident rights, culture change, and consistent assignment.


Gail Douglas, RD, LDN, Regional Director at Balanced Senior Nutrition
For years, Gail Douglas has been promoting the adoption of the New Dining Standards from the Pioneer Network, recognizing that access and availability of nutritious food is essential for well-being and quality of life   She was  instrumental in the development of content and documentation tools for BSN’s training manual, The inside Scoop on Informed Choice


Brad J. Norris, ACC, CCSI, Director of Therapeutic Recreation, Homewood at Martinsburg
Brad has been certified through NCCAP (National Certification Council for Activity Professionals) as an Activity Consultant in LTC since 1994; and acquired certification as a Cognitive Stimulation Instructor in 2015. He has been employed full time as Director of Therapeutic Recreation for a total of 17 years, 10 of which has been in his current position. Brad has done consulting in several Care Homes since becoming certified as a consultant and has presented at numerous State and Local conferences and seminars on various topics including, among others, Person Directed Care Planning for Meaningful Therapeutic Engagement.

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