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The National Center for Assisted Living. Advocating Care Excellence (ACE). NCAL’s new banner to house all quality resources and tools for the membership NCAL Quality Web site to debut March 1 Has all inservice tools created to date

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advocating care excellence ace
Advocating Care Excellence (ACE)
  • NCAL’s new banner to house all quality resources and tools for the membership
  • NCAL Quality Web site to debut March 1
    • Has all inservice tools created to date
    • Links to collaborative partners (MIV, CEAL, AALNA, and Provider Management)
    • Links to all of NCAL’s Guiding Principles
  • Currently have many resources to improve quality of care and quality of life for our customers
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Advocating Care Excellence (ACE)

The ACE program is based on NCAL’s five guiding principles for quality, including:

Person-centered caring

Ethical practices and financial stewardship

Facility mission and vision statements

Quality improvement


current resources and tools
Current Resources and Tools
  • NCAL’s Guiding Principles (for)
    • Assisted Living
    • Quality
    • Consumer Information
  • Inservice Training Programs
    • Transitioning into Assisted Living: A Guide for Residents and Their Families
    • Turning Complaints to Compliments
    • Ethical Marketing
    • Successful Resident and Family Councils
  • CEAL Clearinghouse
resources and tools slated for 2009
Resources and Tools Slated for 2009
  • Guiding Principles for Dementia Care
  • Guiding Principles for Leadership
  • Inservice training program to better serve the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations in assisted living
  • Inservice tool to establish successful practices for move outs/discharges
  • Identify performance measures for assisted living for optimal operational performance
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Resources and Tools Slated for 2009
  • Develop core competencies for assisted living administrators
  • Create the NCAL/AHCA Caring for Our Caregivers Web site to highlight information on employee retention practices
  • Continue the collaborative partnership with My InnerView
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My InnerView-NCAL’s Data Partner
  • Began partnership in February 2008
  • Toolkit created for state affiliates and NCAL members to educate providers about the importance of data collection

  • 925 NCAL communities to participate in customer satisfaction through MIV- 2009 goal
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Center for Excellence in Assisted Living(CEAL)
  • CEAL is a non-profit collaborative of 11 national organizations (4 assisted living trade associations, AARP, Pioneer Network, Paralyzed Veterans, among others)
  • Celebrating its five-year anniversary
  • Purpose: To foster access to high quality assisted living by
    • Creating resources to facilitate quality improvement
    • Increasing the availability of research on quality practices
    • Housing a national clearinghouse of information
    • Providing resources and technical expertise to facilitate the development and operations of high-quality, affordable assisted living programs to serve low- and moderate-income individuals
  • NCAL has held leadership roles in CEAL all five years
  • CEAL is currently working on several large scale projects including:
    • AHRQ on a three year project in the development of a consumer disclosure tool
    • CEAL-UNC Study on Medication Administration
    • 2009 Summit
  • NCAL staff and members deeply involved in all projects
  • Dave Kyllo is Chair of CEAL
  • Shelley Sabo is Chair of CEAL’s Advisory Council

The National Center

For Assisted Living