Business Cases

People are learning that not only are person-directed care practices good for people who live and work in long-term care communities, but that these are good business practices as well.

The Green House Project Business Case →

The Green House Project offers a radically new, national model for long-term care that returns control, dignity, and a sense of well-being to elders, their families, and direct care staff. Elders live in small, self-contained homes where individuality and choice are honored, quality care is a priority, and people have more satisfying and meaningful lives, work, and relationships. Watch the video below for an inside look at The Green House model.

Providence Mount St. Vincent Case Study →

Learn about the culture change transformation of Providence Mount St. Vincent, a continuing care retirement community located in West Seattle, WA.

Investing in Culture Change (PDF)

By David Farrell & Amy E. Elliott

The Business Case for Investing in Staff Retention (PDF)

By David Farrell and Steven Dawson

PLANTING THE SEEDS OF CULTURE CHANGE IN ELDER CARE

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