A One-Day Workshop Covering SAFE-TI Falls Reduction Program & Insight into Memory Loss
Enhance two key areas of your quality care: falls reduction and memory support. Discover innovative best practices that you can instantly apply to your current strategies to boost your organization’s commitment to providing excellent care and enhancing family and resident satisfaction. You’ll also be able to share tools your community can immediately implement for fast results.
Attend this one-day workshop to:
- Enhance and improve your existing falls reduction program with valuable ready-to-use assessments, specific strategies, and evaluation tools to track quality improvement data.
- Obtain 6 best practice communication techniques to improve your memory support program, resulting in an increase in resident and family satisfaction and employee morale.
- Take home practical, portable tools and innovations that your community can start implementing right away.
Bring your license number to ensure your CEs are applied!
Questions? Contact Louise Lyons at firstname.lastname@example.org or (847) 492.7433.
The workshop will be led by Stella Hatcliffe, RN, MSc, CPHQ, the director of professional education for Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging. Stella is an experienced health care leader with progressive administrative experience in improving hospital-wide operations, quality indicators and evidence-based compassionate care to patients and their families. Her areas of expertise within senior living include staff development, enhancing resident experience, falls prevention, reducing hospital readmissions, and palliative and hospice care.
When & Where
Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging
Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging conducts applied research and develops award-winning, evidence-based education programs for professionals who serve older adults. Their programs have been shown to result in measurable improvements in the quality of care provided and workforce retention. The Institute also actively informs professionals about best practices and research through the InvestigAge blog, Orange Papers, and articles, and serves as the managing editor of the National Investment Center’s Seniors Housing & Care Journal. Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging is the research and education area of service of Mather LifeWays, a unique, non-denominational not-for-profit organization that creates Ways to Age WellSM. Mather LifeWays owns The Mather, the host site for work well: A One-Day Workshop Covering SAFE-TI Falls Reduction Program & Insight into Memory Loss.