An English Rose Suites Mindset
Since the documentary first aired, English Rose Suites and b♦home Home Care has incorporated the film into employee onboarding. Every caregiver that joins our team watches the documentary as part of their dementia training.
“To talk, at length, within our 14-15 hours of dementia education about “Person-Centered Care,” and then be able to take in “Revolutionizing Dementia Care,” our Caregivers enter the hands-on learning phase of their knowledge build excited and eager to contribute. Eager to get to know our Residents and build Relationships that they will cherish. Eager to make the difference. Eager to BE the difference,” said Zach Parlier, Employee Relations and Knowledge Coordinator.
A common theme within the dialogue at the conclusion of the documentary surrounds how this philosophy of care reaches well beyond memory care and is pertinent to much more, igniting in our Caregivers a desire to carry this knowledge with them.
Discussion Panel Event
We highlight the one year anniversary of our documentary event, which included a viewing of the documentary as well as an informative discussion panel. The educational panel included Bret Haake, MD, clinical neurologist with HealthPartners and Chief Medical Officer at Regions Hospital, Karen Love, Executive Director of the Dementia Action Alliance in Washington, D.C., Chris Johnson, MD, primary medical doctor for English Rose Suites and chief MD of Consultative Health and Medicine, Kirsten Voss, daughter of an English Rose Suites resident and Jayne Clairmont, owner and CEO of English Rose Suites and b♦home Home Care.
If you missed the documentary or discussion panel, both are available for viewing below.