The California Coalition for Person-Centered Care strives to connect older people to person-centered care wherever they reside or receive care. Here is a snapshot of some of the accomplishments. Every year, the Pioneer Network (www.pioneernetwork.net) reports on each state’s culture change success.
The report, “Improving Nursing Homes: Impact of the California Culture Change Coalition” was prepared for the California HealthCare Foundation, works as a catalyst to fulfill the promise of better health care for all Californians.
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Since its inception in 2006, the California Coalition for Person-Centered Care has made many strides to implement person-centered care and culture change in senior living environments throughout the state. To see a year-by-year account of CCPCC’s major accomplishments, click here.
The California Coalition for Person-Centered Care (as CCCC) received a Civil Monetary Penalty (CMP) grant of $500,000 over a two-year period of time for the program titled “California Partnership to Improve Dementia Care and Reduce Unnecessary Antipsychotic Medication Drug Use in Nursing Homes”. This grant was approved March 2014 to facilitate the California Partnership to Improve Dementia Care (CA Partnership). Click here to see a list of our awarded grants.
The California Coalition for Person-Centered Care (CCPCC) offers training for senior living staff with tools and resources for the culture change journey. For more information, please visit the Resources section. In addition, CCPCC has developed online resources to improve dementia care. Resources directed to healthcare professionals as well as consumers are available.