Paradigm Buster Bundle - Role of Policies & Procedures
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Product Code: PB-Policies-Bundle

Two powerful tools for creating person-directed policies & procedures

Aligning your policies and procedures with your values and vision makes your organization a place where dynamic, effective individuals want to be and grow.  The consistency of how you function and reflect your values is a powerful statement about the integrity of your culture change journey and your commitment to person-directed practices.  This package includes:

 

120-PAGE PARADIGM BUSTER RESOURCE GUIDE

The Role of Policies and Procedures in Person-Directed Care

This ground-breaking digital, download resource packet offers a rich combination of concepts, templates, and examples, including the Eden Alternative Domains of Well-Being™ white paper. No two organizations are alike and their policies, documentation, and procedures should reflect this singularity. Many organizations suffer from the continued use of outdated policies and procedures.  Typically, these documents have their foundation in the institutional model of care and have remained stagnant, while the organization transforms. This tool will explore the inspired evolution of policies and procedures into well-being strategies that place Elder voice and choice at the center of daily life.

 

90-MINUTE PARADIGM BUSTER AUDIO TELECONFERENCE

Well-Being Strategies: Reframing Policies & Procedures for Person-Directed Care

 

This 90-minute teleconference features the experience and perspectives of four culture change thought leaders, regarding the transformation of policies and procedures.  A downloadable handout is provided featuring slide visuals that accompany the teleconference (PDF format).  Distribute the handout electronically or print it out.

Panelists include:

Jeanne Heid-Grubman, Health Services Administrator, The Admiral of the Lake, Chicago, IL
Gail Kahookele, Clermont Park, Associate Executive Director, Denver, CO

Denise Hyde, Community Builder, The Eden Alternative

Carol Ende, Culture Change Consultant

 

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