May 11, 2022
In honor of National Nurses Week, we convened an all-star panel of nurses from the Green House and Pioneer Network communities to discuss the vital role that RNs, LPNs, and other nursing professionals play in truly driving culture change in long-term care.
You’ll hear real-life examples of how nurses can take small steps that lead to big quality-of-life improvements for elders and people living with disabilities. Nurses already have a natural desire to help others and provide comfort – and with the right leadership and guidance, nurses can form the bedrock of an elder-directed culture at nursing homes and other communal eldercare settings.
Nurses aren’t just pill-distributors and vitals-takers; they’re the eyes, ears, and heart of an organization that can provide the personal connections that make all the difference for elders and families alike.
Today’s panel consists of:
Ivy Gordon-Thompson, Director of Nursing at Green House adopter community John Knox Village
Lora Perryman, LPN, Staff Nurse at Green House adopter community Poydras Home
Joan Devine, Director of Education, Pioneer Network
Marla DeVries, Chief Learning Officer, The Green House Project
Carol DuMond-Stryker, Project Coach, The Green House Project
Learn more about the Pioneer Network conference, which we’re encouraging all friends of Green House to attend!
Show notes/call to action: Learn more about The Green House Project: www.thegreenhouseproject.org