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Rapid Fire Team Presentation Template. Julie McMillan:. Who We Are. Name of Organization: Extendicare VanDaele Location of Facility: Sault Ste. Marie. Number of Patients/Residents/Clients: 150 - 136 LTC Residents, 12 Convalescents, 2 Respites. AIM. From your Team Charter

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Who We Are

Name of Organization:

Extendicare VanDaele

Location of Facility:

Sault Ste. Marie

Number of Patients/Residents/Clients: 150 - 136 LTC Residents, 12 Convalescents, 2 Respites

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AIM

  • From your Team Charter
  • To provide an interdisciplinary approach to the management of falls
  • To reduce the numbers and severity of falls
  • To develop and deliver education to staff, residents and families on falls prevention and management
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Team Members

  • From Your Team Role/Responsibility
    • Lorena MacJanet Director of Care
    • Julie McMillan – Lead
    • Elena Burt – Resident Program Manager
    • Stephanie Burt – Restorative Care Lead
    • Paula Rouleau – Charge Nurse
    • Brandy Danrath – Charge Nurse
    • Kirsten Fargo – Dietician
    • Debbie Decker – Tena Rep
    • Andrea Aubertin – Dietary Manager
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Measures

We have noted that our number of falls have been fluctuating and we are not consistently meet our 40% target the severity of injuries have decreased.

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Lessons Learned on Sustaining Falls Improvement Work during Action Period

What advice would you give to other teams? Take it slow and do not get discouraged

What are your key insights?

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Challenges to Sustaining Falls Improvement

  • What were some barriers? Time restraints and manpower availability. We have many teams functioning to maintain compliance with the MOHLTC regulations but many of the staff are members of more than one team.
  • What are some facilitators? Administrative buy in and support
  • How do you propose to move forward? We will be continuing to move forward following of first PDSA Cycle as we had identified that it would take 6 months to see positive consistent changes
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Contact Information

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