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CHOICE+ Champion eLearning Course
  • Care Team Development
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Workforce Development

The CHOICE+ Champion eLearning course is a self-paced training session that provides participants with the information, resources, and tools needed to improve the dining experience for residents, with a focus on building team interest in making improvements, engaging keystakeholders (internal teams, family, residents), identifying areas of change, developing an improvement plan, and measuring successes and ongoing goals.

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Cultural Safety and Trauma-Informed Care
  • Care Team Development
  • Culture Change
  • Dementia
  • Geriatric Medicine
  • Workforce Development

The Cultural Safety and Trauma-Informed Care resource provides information about cultural humility, cultural safety, and trauma-informed care.

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Experiential Learning in Long-Term Care Guidebook
  • Health Systems
  • Workforce Development

The Experiential Learning in Long-Term Care Guidebook was developed to support long-term care or retirement homes and secondary schools in establishing meaningful and impactful partnerships to create experiential learning placements for students. The guidebook also explains the why expertiential learning opportunities, such as co-ops are important in long-term care, and outlines the benefits for students and staff.

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Leadership in Senior Living Program
  • Health Systems
  • Technology
  • Workforce Development

The Leadership in Senior Living Program equips current and aspiring leaders with the skills they need to effectively lead-high functioning teams and support person-centered care in today's senior living sector. The program includes five online courses where learners engage in group discussions, examine real-life scenarios and learn from leading experts.

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LIVING the Dementia Journey
  • Dementia

LIVING the Dementia Journey (LDJ) is an award-winning, evidence-informed training program for those who support people living with dementia. By participating in the program, participants will gain an awareness and understanding that will change how they view and support people living with dementia. LDJ was created in collaboration with people living with dementia, care partners, team members at Schlegel Villages, Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP), and the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA).

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