Family Care Solutions
Individual, Family and Group Programs.
Plan by Choice
Not By Crisis
Be empowered by taking the step to receive insights and valuable information about what questions to ask and why those are the questions to ask from a professional who has an inside perspective after working in 45 skilled nursing facilities. Strategic planning as people are making critical choices when seeking care for themselves or their loved ones in sub-acute short term rehabilitation, traditional long-term care or memory care in a skilled nursing facility.
Assist families who are struggling with coming to a consensus on the care needs for their parents or older loved ones.
Needs Assessments and Strategic Planning:
Facility Needs Assessments
Deep dive to identify a facility’s problem areas. Findings will advise recommendations to impact improved star ratings, standing in the community,
including but not limited to rehabilitation, staff training needs, and environmental
Based on the facility MRI, targeted program development can
facilitate improved quality of care, improve the customer experience, facilitate revenue enhancement, and can be used on collateral marketing material
Talk Topics: Click on a topic to learn more.
Eldercare Presentation Topics
Understanding the caregiving journey, how to identify your loved one’ s care needs and how to have the caregiving conversation,
fatigue, stress, and burnout experienced by caregivers. Including information on “IMpathy” ™: A Tool for Resilience
Communication & Empathy
Improving Behavioral Outcomes: Training for staff from administration on downward.
Through a series of videos, group exercises, discussion and examples participants will develop improved insight into empathy, how to develop empathy, and understand how to
communicate with empathy, thereby facilitating improved responses from and interactions with residents.
Caregiving Challenges in Our Multicultural Society
Developing cultural awareness, competency and sensitivity when caring for residents
and relating to staff members from various cultures and countries.
Ensure you staff is adequately trained to care for persons with dementia.
They can receiving a certificate as a Certified Dementia Practitioner.
Use on collateral marketing material to boost the facility’ s credentials for accepting persons with dementia.
Eldercare in America
A Moral Dilemma
Exploring our attitudes towards, and treatment of, are elder citizens, including reframing the conversation on aging.
Explore the meaning of advocacy and providing valuable information on how to
effectively advocate for yourself or your loved ones.
Nursing home personnel are often promoted based on longevity and clinical expertise.
However, they often lack necessary leadership skills and understanding of team development, communication strategies, including appreciative inquiry and Active Constructive Responding.