About 50% of adult day participants have some level of cognitive impairment (2010 Met Life study, 2002 Partners in Caregiving study). With this reality, every day center should be capable of providing care for persons with dementia. Person-centered care is the ideal path to dementia capability. Naturally, if a center provides quality, person-centered care for participants with dementia, it will be providing quality, person-centered care for all participants. Person-Centered Care in Practice is a comprehensive, practical approach to implementing person-centered care in adult day services. Discover (or review) the fundamentals of Person-Centered in Practice. Learn what is means to be person-centered. Focus on the metrics in the Person-Centered Care in Practice Dashboard that will help you measure person-centered changes in your staff and your center, and gauge the benefits for participants! Go to www.nadsa.org to register.
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