Shedding a positive light on care
The Regional team at Sienna Care Communities has pledged to spread positive gossip to shed a light on acts of kindness that occur in care communities each and every day. By highlighting these acts, they believe that they can encourage more kindness, increasing pride and satisfaction amongst team members, residents, families, and visitors.
How wearing an aging suit gave the Sienna Senior Living team a new perspective
The MarCom team at Sienna Senior Living pledged to put themselves in the shoes of residents who may have physical, vision or hearing challenges to better understand their unique needs. To do so, they donned frail aging suits and participated in a medical appointment simulation.
Registered Practical Nurses Pledge for Change
The RPNAO Board of Directors have made a Change Day Ontario pledge to tell 3 people by November 17 how we have used our nursing knowledge and skill to make a difference in someone’s life. We think that the best way to help people to understand the RPN role better is to give them real life examples from our own practice.
Giving elderly patients back their voice
The staff at St. Michael's Hospital have taken on the Change Day movement with inspiring enthusiasm. In honour of National Seniors Day today, we spoke to Jeena Parmar, an OT/PT assistant in Cardiology who's worked at St. Michael's Hospital for 11 years. Her pledge for change will give elderly patients the ability to take ownership of their own health-care goals.