Improving the Long Term Care Workforce With Strategies that Work
Robyn Stone of LeadingAge will provide an overview of the demographics, trends and challenges of the workforce in Elder Care. This is the opening session of our Workforce series. which will identify practices within The Green House model that create the potential for successful workforce development.
As the number of older adults in need of support services increases, there is an opportunity, and even an obligation, for health care organizations to increase their investment in strengthening the workforce. The goal is to put resources and programs together in ways that benefits both family caregivers and direct care workers.
Lori Porter, cofounder of the National Association of Health Care Assistants (NAHCA), will share some recruitment and retention secrets she has learned over four decades of working in long-term care.
Marla Devries, director of resource development for The Green House Project, will unpack the Green House 2.0 initiative, including more details about the Cultural Transformation process, our sustainability resources and tools, our network of peers.
Intensive, interactive training that prepares Green House Educator within partner organizations to teach Core team education.
The Green House Workshop is the first step in bringing Green House homes to your community. The workshop is hosted by an operating Green House organization - Thome Rivertown Neighborhood