Save the Date

Save the Date
June 4, 2014

Lunch with Mom n’ Dad: Building Relationships with Elders and Their Families.

Culture change research continues to uncover the centrality of dining to building community. Still, many long-term care organizations struggle to create dining experiences elders crave.

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Get involved with MOVE and Culture Change in Oregon. There are lots of different ways you can join us.

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MOVE Consumer Guide

MOVE Consumer Guide

Review the MOVE Consumer Guide to Person-Centered Long Term Care in Oregon. This Guide is for people who need to find a long-term care setting for a family member who can’t live in their own home anymore.

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What is MOVE?

MOVE (Making Oregon Vital for Elders) is a statewide coalition of dedicated organizations and individuals united in changing the way Oregonians feel about health and long-term care for older adults.

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What is Culture Change?

Building on the principles of the Pioneer Network, culture change is a transformation of values and beliefs that return control to elders and those who work closest with them, creating a culture of aging that is “life-affirming, satisfying, humane, and meaningful.”

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Myrtle — The MOVE Wish Tree

Do you have a wish for elderhood or eldercare? Are you interested in “creating and sustaining personalized, enriching communities where older adults and those who support them can thrive?”

Come share your dreams and be part of Myrtle’s Wish Campaign.

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PLANTING THE SEEDS OF CULTURE CHANGE IN ELDER CARE

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