SPREAD THE VISION
OF CULTURE CHANGE
October 13-15, 2014
Crowne Plaza, Springfield
Registration now open for the 2014 Summit.
Session Schedule is now available. Download schedule HERE!
Share this Summit FLYER with your friends!
Make sure to sign up for the special dinner event on Monday evening.
Dinner with Scott Kirschenbaum, director of
"You're looking at me like I live here and I don't"
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Sponsorship Opportunities are still available!
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Sign up for sponsorship and pay online Here.
The Illinois Pioneer Coalition will once again feature a Storyboard Competition at the 2014 Summit.
The Theme for the Second Annual Storyboard Contest is
“Look How Far We’ve Come!”.
Download Flyer HERE!
(Check back often as we are still receiving them from the Presenters)
Please visit this section to print your handouts BEFORE the Summit.
We will not have any handouts available at the Summit.
|Monday, October 13th|
|Theory of Change and Recognizing Resistance - Anna Ortigara & Tameshia Bridges, PHI|
|Tale of Transformation: A hard look at where your community is on the their journey - Glen Blacklock, Action Pact|
|Honoring Nurses through Culture Change - Carmen Bowman, EduCatering|
|You’re looking at me as if I live here and I don’t - Documentary by Scott Kirschenbaum|
|Panel discussion lead by Lee Moriarity with panelists: Scott Kirschenbaum, director; Cindy Womack, Dorby Morhardt, Deb Greiner|
|Tuesday, October 14th|
|A Case for Transformation and Future Building - Steve Shields, Action Pact|
|Concurrent Sessions I|
|Introducing Dining Standards Into Your Community - Bonita Dodson, Sunny Hill Nursing of Will County|
|Transforming the Physical Environment: Updating Your Existing Community - Karen Gulick & David Grubbs, Grubbs & Associates|
|Put the Drugs Down and Turn the Music Up! - Jack York, It’s Never 2 Late|
|Taking a Person Centered Journey Down A Clinical Pathway - Joan Devine, Lutheran Senior Services|
|Dee-Stress with Dee - Dee Mayfield, Mayfield Healthcare Seminars|
|Culture Change and Dementia Care: A New Way of Thinking - Amy McCracken, Duane Morris LLP|
|General Plenary Session|
|Essentials for the Journey - Mary Tellis-Nayak, My InnerView|
|Concurrent Sessions II|
|No Money? No Excuses! Fundraising Can Make Person Centered Care Happen -
Deb Greiner & Kenneth Shuman, River Bluff Nursing Home
|Seniors Bullying Other Seniors - Tammy Virgili, Emeritus Senior Living Handout 1 Handout 2 Handout 3|
|Measuring Our Progress - Joan Devine, Lutheran Senior Services|
|Spice Up Your Compliance Plan With PEPPER - Patricia Boyer & Caryn Adams, WIPFLi CPA’s and Consultants|
|Dementia Re-direction with Heart - Dee Mayfield, Mayfield Health Care Seminars|
|Unique Dining Practices - Megan Feazel, Unidine & Betty Hillier|
|Wednesday, October 15th|
|Concurrent Sessions III|
|Listen: What do Those Journeying with Younger Onset Alzheimer’s Disease Have To Tell Us? -
Susan Frick, Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center
|When the Residents Have the Final Decision in Hiring Staff: 7 Years Later, Lessons Learned -
Becky Haldorson, Sunny Hill Nursing Home of Will County Handouts
|Speech Therapy: It’s Not All About Swallowing - Leta Kant, Rehab Care Group|
|Do We Lose Control of Choice and Dignity with Infection Control? - Connie Jensen, Illinois Department of Public Health|
|Making the Most of POLST - Dan Kuhn, All Trust Home Care|
|Concurrent Sessions IV|
|Reducing Antipsychotic Drug Use: Best Practices - Lisa Bridwell, Telligen & Amy Therrian, Aviston Countryside Manor|
|Multisensory Activities to Increase Engagement in Daily Living Tasks and Leisure/Social Activities -
Ruth J. Bixby, Lincoln Land Community College
|Chrysalis: Transforming the End Of Life Experience - Loretta Downs, Chrysalis End of Life Inspirations|
|Achieving Cultural Change Among Staff and Volunteers in the Aging Services - Alexander Brown, Friedman Place|
|And It’s All Customer Service! - Amanda Spade, Petersen Healthcare|
|Your Way! What It’s Really Like to Have a Loved One in a Nursing Home - Lee Moriarity, IPC & Susan Helm, family member|
|Lunch, Closing Session & Culture Change Champion of the Year Announcement|
|Person Directed Living and the Workforce! It’s All About Relationships - Anna Ortigara,PHI|
2014 Summit Sponsors
Thank you for your support!
Social Event Sponsor
Meaningful Living Sponsors
Petersen Healthcare, Inc.
Elder Choice Sponsors
Center for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders, SIU School of Medicine
Forum Extended Care Services
Green Tree Pharmacy
Health Alliance Medical Plans
BIOTECH X-RAY INC.
GFS - Gordon Food Service
Mill Creek Alzheimer’s Special Care Center
Molina Healthcare, Inc.
Professional Medical, Inc.
Select Rehabilitation, Inc.
Southern Bus and Mobility
Young Living Essential Oils
By registering to attend the 2014 IPC Summit, you are making a commitment to participate in this important Coalition event. Planning and arrangements for facilities, catering, and other program elements are based in part on registration numbers. While we understand that unanticipated circumstances may occasionally require registrants to cancel their registrations, please be aware that this creates additional work and financial liabilities for the Coalition.
No refunds at all will be given for tours or pre- conference workshops, unless these are cancelled by the Coalition.
Remember that you are always welcome to substitute yourself with a co-worker or friend.
All requests for refunds MUST be submitted via email to the Illinois Pioneer Coalition at email@example.com and RECEIVED by the dates listed below.
Telephone requests WILL NOT be honored. Written requests for refunds will be processed as follows:
Received by October 1st, 2014 - Full refund, less a $20 per person administrative fee. Received on or after October 1st, 2014 - No Refunds.