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Introduction to Person-Centered Care in Assisted Living

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Introduction to Person-Centered Care in Assisted Living

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SP104

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The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with basic information concerning person-centered care as it relates to implementation in the care setting. The history of long-term care, including important legislation that shaped the industry, will be examined. Factors resulting in growth of long-term care and the emergence of evidence-based and person-centered care models will be considered. Medical and institutional models of care will be compared with person-centered care while the structural elements of the person-centered care culture will be explored. Learners will be able to identify important principles of person-centered care that promote deep and lasting change within organizations where person-centered care is implemented.


Course Information:
  • Online Training Course
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Important Characteristics of Person-Centered Care
  • Fundamental Elements of Person-Centered care Model
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Course Description

The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with person-centered care as it relates to the care setting.

Course Objectives

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Define person-centered care
  • Recognize the history of long-term care, including important legislation and the emergence of new care models that led to the development of a person-centered care approach
  • Distinguish between institutional and resident-centered cultures
  • Identify nine structural elements of the person-centered care model
  • List important characteristics of person-centered care for each of the nine structural elements, including core values, relationships, community, leadership, workforce, services, meaningful life, environment, and accountability
  • Identify important principles for lasting culture change within organizations where person-centered care is implemented

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Introduction to Person-Centered Care in Assisted Living

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