CARE WI advances person-centered care with
“a little less talk & a lot more action…”
CARE Wisconsin provides support for advancing the values and principles of Person-Centered Care (PCC) and Culture Change (CC) along the continuum of care. Diagnosing the plagues of traditional aging care- helplessness, hopelessness, and homelessness - enables us to prescribe the antidotes of companionship, spontaneity and purposeful living as we envision our future. By changing our attitudes regarding elders, we will move beyond the survival mentality and promote health living and working environments.
CARE WI takes a different approach to our Culture Change agenda…
the hands-on kind!
CARE WI wants to take the journey to person-centered care (PCC) together. We invite you to devise a PCC project for your community that your team will carry-out over the next year. No project is too big or too small to benefit from partnering with CARE WI for Person-Centered Care.
We will hold our meetings on the third Tuesday of each month at 3:00 PM beginning in September and running through May. Although there is no obligation to participate in a project, meeting locations will be determined by CARE WI PCC Project Participants. There is no cost beyond your membership dues to participate. In fact, CARE WI will provide an allowance to PCC Project participants as well as subsidize resulting local and national publications and presentations.
CARE WI meetings are still be for everyone – those who are in the midst of change, those who are ready to kick-off a project, those who are gathering ideas, as well as those just looking for more information on Person-Centered Care.
C.A.R.E. WI - Changing Attitudes Regarding Elders
• September 18, 2012
• October 16, 2012
• November 20, 2012
• December 18, 2012
• January 15, 2013
• February 19, 2013
• March 19, 2013
• April 16, 2013
• May 21, 2013
See "Our Meetings" for more Info.