Resource Type : Webinaire

Améliorer l’utilisation d’un langage axé sur la personne dans votre foyer de soins de longue durée

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Practical knowledge of person-centred language ensures that appropriate, respectful, life-affirming and inclusive language is used when talking with and referring to people who communicate via responsive behaviours/personal expressions associated with dementia, complex mental health, substance use and/or other neurological conditions, and their care partners.

This webinar shares strategies and resources to increase the use of person-centred language in your long-term care home, developed in collaboration with Behavioural Supports Ontario, the Alzheimer Society of Ontario and people with lived experience.

By watching this webinar, you will:

  1. Understand the importance of person-centred language when interacting with residents, team members and family members.
  2. Increase your use of person-centred language by engaging in self-reflection exercises.
  3. Learn strategies to enhance and sustain the use of person-centred language in your home.

This webinar is split into three 15-minute learning objectives focusing on different areas of person-centred language. Use the below links to navigate to each section.