Changing How We Deliver Long-Term Care Now

Published on June 14, 2022
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Changing How We Deliver Long-Term Care Now
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In this episode of The HQ podcast, we discuss the importance of putting the “home” back in long-term care facilities and finding more effective ways to treat our seniors with care and dignity.

Joining us in our conversation are two remarkable healthcare leaders from the Region of Peel. Ann-Marie Case-Volkert, who is the Director of Long-Term Care in the Health Services Department of the Region of Peel, and Monica Goodban, whose work focuses on the implementation of emotion-based care approaches, such as the Butterfly Model of Care.

Tune in as we engage with these healthcare leaders to learn and understand what the Butterfly Model of Care is and how it has improved the lives of those in their care.

About Our Guests

Ann-Marie Case-Volkert is the Director of Long-Term Care in the Health Services Department of the Region of Peel. She oversees the Region’s five Long Term Care Centres and its 1100 staff. Ann-Marie has over 20 years of progressive leadership and healthcare experience in long-term care, acute & community care, and regulatory compliance.

Monica Goodban has been working with people living in long-term care homes since 1994. Her work with the Region of Peel focuses on leading the implementation of emotion-based care approaches, such as the Butterfly Model of Care. She is passionate about ensuring that those living with dementia have vibrant, connected, and emotionally well lives.

Butterfly Model of Care Resources:

Virtual exhibit by the Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives (PAMA): Life is Beautiful: Memoirs of People Living with Dementia

Toronto Star article featuring the inaugural Butterfly Model of Care project at Malton Village: The Fix: Dementia program in Peel “should spread like wildfire” | Toronto Star (thestar.com)

Meaningful Care Matters website: Home – Meaningful Care Matters

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The Long-Term Care Executive Leadership program at CHA Learning will prepare you for the critical role of leading a person-centred, long-term care home with attention to quality innovation, crisis leadership, and the wellness of your home’s team. Advance your knowledge and skills with this flexible online program to make positive changes in your home’s team and for those in your care.

To learn more about our Long-Term Care Executive Leadership program click here.

Hosted by Dale Schierbeck

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