Tuesday, September 1st (Session C4) - Envisioning the Future of Preference Fulfillment

Session C4

In this session, we will share how a deep understanding of resident preferences helped our community respond to the challenge of providing person-centered care during the pandemic and provide a demonstration of Care Preference Assessment of Satisfaction or ComPASS. ComPASS is a new website supporting efforts to track important preference information for your residents/clients with reporting features to support care planning processes.  Additionally, we will offer examples of ways our community utilizes these reports for quality improvement processes. Attendees will have free access to all resources discussed during the session.

1. Discuss ways of integrating important preferences into care planning.
2. Provide instruction about how to communicate resident/client preferences for leisure and recreation via PAL cards.  
3. Understand how implementation of PELI can support your community’s quality improvement program.

Victoria Crumbie

Director of Recreation, Abramson Center for Jewish Life

Victoria Crumbie (Tori) is the Director of Recreation for the Abramson Center for Jewish Life, North Wales, PA.  She is responsible for the development of the Recreation Department to expand the scope of programming and incorporate therapeutic intent. She supervises the MATCH Tracker Quality Improvement initiative to enhance person-centered care.  Tori develops the calendar of activities to include opportunities for residents to fulfill a vast array of preferences at any stage in life. In addition, she maintains the Recreation Department budget lines and provides supervision to the Program Assistants and collegiate interns to establish goals for future professional development.  Finally, she plans, organizes, and implements organization-wide special events for residents, family, and staff.

Karen Eshraghi

Quality Improvement Project Manager, Abramson Center for Jewish Life

Karen Eshraghi, MSW, received her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Spalding University and her Master’s in Social Work from Temple University.  In her three-year tenure as project manager for a NIH-study “Assessing the Preferences for Everyday Living in the Nursing Home” (2011-2014), Ms. Eshragi developed expertise in the assessment, training, and measurement of important preferences of nursing home residents.  She was a contributing author on multiple publications related to person-centered care and has provided numerous presentations on this topic.

Alex Heppner

Project Manager, Miami University

Alex Heppner, BSW, received her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Bradley University. Ms. Heppner has experience with care planning process in both long-term care and adult day program settings. She is currently the Project Manager for the PELI-Can Project tasked with assisting Ohio nursing home providers implementing the Preferences for Everyday Living Inventory (PELI). Alex communicates with nursing home providers to identify barriers and facilitators of PELI implementation and manages the project’s “helpline” to respond to provider inquiries. She also assists with the development of training videos and tip sheets to aid providers. Additionally, she manages the project’s social media accounts and electronic newsletter for dissemination of implementation tips, updates, and related information.

Denise Hyde

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2 Questions Please give us your feedback. Objectives: Discuss ways of integrating important preferences into care planning. Provide instruction about how to communicate resident/client preferences for leisure and recreation via PAL cards. Understand how implementation of PELI can support your community’s quality improvement program.
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