A Guidebook to Change the Culture of Aging in Long-Term Care
There is growing recognition that deep changes are needed across the continuum of aging services, but more specifically in long-term care, as we progress from institutional, medical models of care to social models of living. This positive revolution is known as the ‘culture change’ movement.
Working Together to Put LIVING First: A Guidebook to Change the Culture of Aging in Long-Term Care shares the story of how one long-term care and retirement living organization (Schlegel Villages) partnered with a research team at the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA) to embark on a unique culture change journey. As we share our story, we hope that you will find plenty of inspiration, insights and practical strategies that can be tailored to support your organization as you begin (or continue) your unique journey to create a better future within long-term care.
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This Guidebook was produced in part with funding from the Government of Ontario.