Food for Thought - The Deep Seated Issue of Choice
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April 23, 2014
Kansas City, KS
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Baltimore, MD Area
INFORMATION COMING SOON
October 1, 2014
Salem, VA (near Roanoke)
8:30 AM to 3: 30 PM
Lunch and snacks included
Cider Hill Family Orchard Event Barn3341 N. 139 Street
Kansas City, KS 66109
Action Pact Historic Building
7709 W. Lisbon Ave.
Milwaukee WI 53222
Ellicot City, MD
3706 Knollridge Road
Salem, VA 24153
Driving Directions 3341 N. 139 Street Kansas City, KS 66109
Use the New Dining Practice Standards to enhance resident directed dining.
UNIQUE VALUE FOR HOUSEHOLDS AND NEIGHBORHOODS
This workshop focuses on resident-directed dining, bringing the principles and practices of the New Dining Best Practice Standards to your organization in an experiential and practical manner. If you are in households or neighborhoods, it will spark new energy in your teams and generate an excitement about resident-directed life. If you are committed to resident-directed life but still operate in a traditional organization, this workshop help you identify first steps and serve as a guide for your journey.
Learn practical ways to maximize autonomy and individualization in dining by honoring residents’ food and beverage preferences through cost effective choice and accessibility. Understand the importance of personal choice and pleasurable dining experience in defining quality of life at home and in community life. Learn from the successes of others who have successfully implemented resident-directed dining through both simple approaches and major system changes.
Taught by Linda Bump, a registered dietitian and licensed nursing home administrator who authored and presented the white paper, “The Deep Seated Issue of Choice,” for the CMS/Pioneer Network Creating Home II national symposia on Culture Change and the Food and Dining Requirements. Linda also participated in the Pioneer Network Task Force that developed the “New Dining Practice Standards” and is developing the new toolkit to help homes implement the new standards.
The National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB) has approved this program for 6 clock hours.
Approval has also been granted for 6 clock hours for Registered Dietitians and Certified Dietary Managers.
Pricing: A single registration is $120. If sending more than one person from the same organization, registration is $99 per attendee.
Send 5 people and receive a free copy of the DVD Nourish the Body and Soul (a $100 value). Sessions begin at 8:30am and continue until 3:30pm. Lunch will be provided.
Find out how your organization can host this workshop! Ccontact Marsha by email email@example.com or phone: (414) 258-3649.
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