The Benefits of Household Dining: Maximizing Choice and Relationships in this Pleasure of Daily Life
Sessions run from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Lunch is provided
The Village Square at Unity1471 Long Pond Road
Rochester, NY 14626
Driving Directions 1471 Long Pond Road Rochester, NY 14626
Do you wonder if dining really matters anymore? Have we already done as much as we can in changing dining to be more resident directed? Why must we continue to move our systems forward in honoring resident choice in dining and in creating relationship-based dining service systems?
There are many reasons:
• Because our residents are demanding it
• Because our residents deserve it
• Because CMS is advocating for increasing change
• Because we CAN
• Because it is the right thing to do!
Participants will explore each topic (see agenda) through lively discussion, the experiences of staff and residents pioneering work and personal exercises. Using the guidance and challenges of the New Dining Practice Standards to guide our thought from Mazlov’s early work to creating The Kitchen as a Great Good Place in our residents’ lives, participants will leave feeling prepared to meet the challenges ahead in maximizing dining as a pleasure of their residents’ lives.
10:15 Token Choice or Meaningful Choice – guidance from New Dining Practice Standards
12:15 Proven Benefits of Maximizing Choice
2:15 Advancing Autonomy and Self-Determination through Individualization & Relationships
At the conclusion of the workshop...
• Participants will be able to state four specific domains of opportunity to maximize meaningful resident choice.
• Participants will be able to state at least four proven positive outcomes of maximizing choice in the resident dining experience.
• Participants will be able to define at least ten opportunities to enhance individualization and relationship in the resident dining experience.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT: 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. | Applications have also been submitted for approval for 6 clock hours for Registered Dietitians, Dietetic Technicians and Certified Dietary Managers.
Learn more about our services
Contact LaVrene Norton
or Steve Shields