From Eating to Dining
An Opportunity to Advance Culture Change
Semester 5 (4 hours of education)
This 4-part semester of the Eden Alternative Academy will engage participants in a robust discussion about how dining can be improved and leveraged to advance culture change in an organization. The team from Windsor Elms Village in Falmouth, Nova Scotia will share the development process for their Dining Practice Standards. Attendees will learn, and practice, how to evaluate the mealtime experience from the Elders’ perspective. There will be an opportunity to reflect and discuss possibilities of how mealtime can be experienced.
Participants will learn to identify ways to elevate the experience of mealtime for Elders, from simply “eating food” to “dining” in their home. Participants will use the GROWTH model to gain the skills needed to evaluate and identify possible improvements for the Elders’ dining experience. Challenges to culture change in general, and improving the dining experience specifically, will be addressed.
Semester 5 Content:
- The “Why” Behind Dining Practice Standards
- The “How” Behind Dining Practice Standards
- Implementing the Dining Practice Standards
- Key Learnings and Critical Success Factors
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