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Person-Centered Care Resource Library Updated

Monday, November 5, 2012
by Gwynn Stewart

Person-Centered Care Resource Library Updated

The Area Agency on Aging 8 (AAA8) Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is supporting the region's person-centered care "Culture Change" efforts with a new resources added to its Lending Library program.

The Ombudsman Resource Lending Library has items to support Ohio's Person-Centered Care Initiative. Books and DVDs are available for staff support and education initiatives. For a complete listing and overview of resources, visit the PCC section of the AAA8 website.

New titles include: From the Institute for Caregiver Education we added In-Service Solutions on Abuse Prevention, Behavior Management, Cognitive Impairment, Hospice/Palliative Care, Observation, Reporting and Recording, Resident Rights, Restorative Care and Team Building.

·        Regulatory F-Tag Crosswalk to Culture Change

·        Best Friends Staff

·        Strengthen Your Mind:  Activities for Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease

·        20 Questions, 100 Answers, 6 Perspectives

·        Accepting the Challenge:  Providing the Best Care for People With Dementia

·        Creating Successful Dementia Care Settings

·        More Than Words:  Successful Ways to Care and Communicate With Persons Who Have Dementia

·        Empowered Work Teams In Long-Term Care:  Strategies for Improving Outcomes for Residents and Staff

You may request items from the Ombudsman Resource Lending Library by phone 1-800-331-2644 ext. 282. A pre-addressed, postage paid envelope will be included with requested item(s) for return to the AAA8.

Person-centered care is not about more forms, more lists, more reporting, or more work. It is about finding a decent and kind way to serve older adults that makes their lives and the lives of their caregivers more meaningful, a common-sense approach to bringing care back into caregiving at the nursing home and enriching the lives of those that live and work there.

For more information, call 1-800-331-2644. To learn more about the Person Centered Care lending library and initiative, visit the AAA8 web site. A description of each of the items in the library is available on the web site.

 

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