Download
slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
QUALITY COUNCIL (EMT) PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
QUALITY COUNCIL (EMT)

QUALITY COUNCIL (EMT)

188 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

QUALITY COUNCIL (EMT)

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. QUALITY COUNCIL (EMT) EMG consists of EMT, EPT, and EST. The implementation and leadership of the Continuous Quality Improvement initiatives is the responsibility of the EMG. EMT: Oversees program excellence and strategic growth EPT: Implements the strategic goals established by the EMT while ensuring program excellence and compliance EST: Provides support for the EMT and EPT to achieve program excellence and strategic growth Program Excellence Through Lifelong Learning Quality Initiatives: Supporting The Seven Commitments of Sanctuary and S.E.L.F. • Life Long Learning • Family Partnering • Academic Achievement • Individualization • Generalization Champion (s): The leader (s) who will guide the QI to meet or exceed the goal Impact Statement (Goal): The end result of the Quality Initiative Measurement Tools (Objectives):Steps to achieve the goal, including PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) PDCA -Plan, Do, Check, Act- (Process): Cycles of activities in order to meet or exceed the above-stated goal

  2. Program Excellence Through Lifelong Learning Quality Initiatives: Supporting the Seven Commitments of Sanctuary and S.E.L.F. Life Long Learning: Social Learning, Social Responsibility, Shared Governance, Growth & Change Family Partnering: Shared Governance, S.E.L.F., Emotional Intelligence Academic Achievement: Growth & Change, Social Learning Generalization: Open Communication Individualization: Strengths, Needs and Cultural Discovery, Trauma Informed Care Champion (s): The leader (s) who will guide the QI to meet or exceed the goal through Growth and Change Diane Stanoszek Peggy Ruefle Cynthia Shields Cynthia Shields Peggy Ruefle Diane Stanoszek Peggy Ruefle Impact Statement (Goal): The end result of the Quality Initiative • Through open communication staff, students, clients, and families are able to transfer skills across all environments (Generalization) • Staff will accept and utilize social responsibility in monitoring their own training and developmental needs through EL • Staff will increase their knowledge base through social learning with EL • Increase family involvement by utilizing shared governance, social learning, and S.E.L.F. across all program areas • Through growth and change and social learning teachers will utilize the new curriculum • Through growth and change and social learning students achievements will improve • 100% of treatment plans are individualized by utilizing SNCD and Trauma Informed Care principles • With growth and change parents are able to rate treatment/care plans as individualized Measurement Tools (Objectives): Steps to achieve the goal, including PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) • The use and monitoring of CANS and GAS that change as strengths and needs change • Periodic QI review to identify individual needs as continued assessment and learning of trauma informed care • Through open communication, staff from all program areas will identify and implement goals • Open communication between programs will assist clients, students, families to achieve goals and transfer skills across all environments • An increase in emotional intelligence and a commitment to non-violence will be demonstrated by a decrease in AWOLs and a decrease in Restraints. • ASK points will increase due to social responsibility and growth and change. • Progress monitoring with AIMsweb will show the fidelity of the curriculum. • Develop a multi-disciplinary team to enhance social learning & shared governance • Identify core trainings to enhance social learning and developmental needs • Growth and change will support a new delivery system for areas of development • Coach staff to partner with families • A welcoming culture will be extended by mtg on DOA, followed by a card and then call to each family which will also support emotional intelligence • Family Partnership support will assist in development & delivery of trng which will promote emotional intelligence and highlight S.E.L.F. • Utilization of the S.E.L.F. Model to promote and encourage family involvement PDCA -Plan, Do, Check, Act- (Process): Cycles of activities in order to meet or exceed the above-stated goal

  3. Mission Linking Faith and Service Vision A bridge to a brighter future through lifelong learning • Core Values • Learning as a focus across all Glade Run’s programs as evidenced by: • Discerning the strengths and cultures of families • Emotional and behavioral management to facilitate academic achievement • Innovative learning opportunities for staff, children and families • Program excellence and positive impacts as evidenced by: • Partnerships with families to understand their needs and achieve success at home and in the community • Data that indicates successful outcomes for individuals and families • Improved academic performance • High satisfaction ratings • A welcoming culture • Working with individuals and families in the most appropriate setting available • Work environments that thrive on the seven commitments of sanctuary • Our Christian foundation Reports/Open Communication The QI Manager is a direct link to the Quality Council (EMT) – report progress, findings, etc. The role of the QI Manager will be a support to all Champions and Quality Improvement Teams. Champions will complete a quarterly report/update on the progress of the QI measure to QI Manager and Quality Council. Quality Initiatives Champion (s) will be assigned to each quality initiative. Quality Improvement Teams will be created for each quality initiative – consisting of staff with the expertise, skills and knowledge needed. The Quality Improvement Manager is a support to all Quality Improvement Teams for support and guidance of quality initiatives.