Time to Register for the 2019 Annual Culture Change Network of Georgia Summit!
A Deep Dive Into HOW TO Develop A Person-Centered Organization
Recognizing the stress all of long-term care is experiencing in this tight labor market, this summit will focus on getting, developing, and keeping great people. We will provide concrete steps to recruit, hire, and engage the best staff, which is the foundation of person-centered organizations.
Featuring Cathie Brady and Barbara Frank
Co-Authors of Long-Term Care Leaders’ Guide to High Performance: Doing Better Together and Meeting the Leadership Challenge in Long-Term Care: What You Do Matters.
October 3, 2019
9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(Continental Breakfast at 8:30 a.m.)
Atlanta, Marriott NE
2000 Century Blvd NE,
Atlanta, GA 30345
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who knows, interacts with, works with, or provides care and services to older adults, including those who are living with changing cognitive abilities.
Think interdisciplinary team building!
We recommend sending a team (including C.N.A.s) from each organization so they are inspired and prepared to work together to implement what they learned when they return home.
Why Should My Team Attend?
Staff who work directly with Elders (residents and clients) know them best. Your organization performs at its best when you tap into that knowledge to individualize care for each person you serve.
This highly interactive summit will provide the how-to for operationalizing leadership and quality improvement practices to get your whole team working well together. You’ll have a chance to practice skills and consider how to apply ideas directly to your own setting.
We will help you put systems in place to involve staff in designing individualized solutions, and working together to create a person-centered organization.
Scholarships are Available!
$500 Scholarships are available for Georgia Nursing Home staff and related stakeholders.
Registration is $125 per person and includes continental breakfast and networking luncheon. Earn 6 CEUs!
- Healthcare Research
- LeadingAge Georgia/Georgia Institute on Aging
- Georgia Health Care Association
- Alzheimer’s Association Georgia Chapter
- Building Resources for Delivering Person-Centered Care in Georgia Nursing Homes CMP Grant (GSU/DCH/CMS)