Picture of Nathalie Anderson and I receiving the Award of the Gold Medal of the European Society for Person Centered Health Care
AWARD OF THE GOLD MEDAL OF THE SOCIETY “The Gold Medal and its associated Certificate are awarded in recognition of your substantial contribution to the development of home and health care issues in the community and thus to a development of the person-centeredness of care when developing relations between healthcare professionals, home care providers, not-for-profit […]
Some key points from “Person Centered Health Care–Some Additional Defining Thoughts…”
Person centered care is an acknowledgment of the importance of identity for both sides. Moreover, issues of IDENTITY naturally extend the personal support and medical interaction in the homecare model to the many dimensions of the mind and the community: Looking more deeply at person centered care has allowed us to look beyond standard models […]
Person Centered Health Care–Some additional defining thoughts with respect to Mosaic’s Presentation at the European Society For Person Centered Health Care’s 4th Annual Conference
Certainly, for us, looking more deeply at person centered care has allowed us to look beyond standard models of care, and their assessment processes, to areas that may also have impact with respect to the client’s physical and mental well being to greater extent; addressing typically “non care” areas, for older adults where complex care […]
27 October, London, England: Mosaic will be presenting on the importance of the person at the centre of the community focused home care model!
The “Meaning of Me®” For Those In Need of Home Care “What do older people with high physical and mental support needs say they want and value in their lives?” This question was posed by a 2011 Joseph Rowntree Association report “A Better Life – What older people with high support needs value”. It made […]