Thursday, December 18, 2014

The Assisted Living Education Track at Quality Symposium

Lindsay B. Schwartz, Ph.D.

For the second year, AHCA/NCAL has an assisted living education track and intensive at Quality Symposium. These sessions are specifically aimed at improving quality in assisted living. The assisted living intensive will be on INTERACT for assisted living. Participants will learn about the INTERACT tools, how to implement the tools in their community, and how to sustain implementation. 

Ever wonder how well your assisted living community provides person-centered care? Now you can measure person-centered care in your assisted living community! Learn about Person-Centeredness Practices in Assisted Living (PC-PAL), a free tool that was developed with assisted living communities to measure person-centered care.

Attend the Quality Improvement Plan session to learn how to develop an improvement plan you can take back to your community and implement. Partners in the Wisconsin Coalition for Collaborative Excellence in Assisted Living (WCCEAL) will lead a session to discuss this innovative public/private collaborative to improve quality in assisted living.

Visit the Quality Symposium website to register. The early registration deadline for this event is January 23, 2015.

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