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Pivotal Aging Innovations is uniquely positioned to deliver comprehensive Canadian mandated policy and procedure, educational and training programs for healthcare workers in elder care.

Featuring advanced  learning methodologies through the W.R.A.F.T., and People Centered Care, including  the renowned Ashby Memory Method™, Pivotals’ programs are designed for positive outcomes in working with Dementia and Alzheimer‘s symptoms.

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Long Term Care has faced many challenges.  The Government has stepped in in an attempt to unify and regulate the industry.  Known as the “Ontario’s Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 (LTCHA) and Ontario Regulation 79/10”, the Act offers  ‘to ensure that residents of long-term care homes receive safe, consistent, high-quality, resident-centred care.   The goal is to create long-term care home environments where residents feel at home, are treated with respect, and have the supports and services they need for health and wellbeing.
The way to achieve this goal is through:

It is with this mandate that Pivotal Aging Innovations  delivers current training in an interactive, informative, respectful and cost effective manner, while offering measurable results and accountability when facing government  inspection and non-compliance “

Your Challenges

Our Solutions

  • Reactive delivery of government mandated regulations. Crisis management in meeting government regulations within the required timeframe and proper documentation.
  • Proactive strategy incorporating 10 regulatory teachings. Adds responsive programs using AMM. AMM provides improved responses over GPA technique. Resolved disciplinary action by MOHLTC. Improved Crisis Management.
  • Conflict/Behaviour. Insufficient training/resources. Complaints, disciplinary action and Union challenges.
  • Participants receive resources to better assist behavioural issues. Reduced # of incidents between Staff-Resident, Resident-Resident, Resident-Staff. (Clinical Response Forms).
  • Inefficient use of Staff Educators. Part-time educator or pulled staff. On-line module training – Dry, dissociated learning, usually done during lunch/breaks/off time.
  • Tracking tools. Consistency in reporting and documentation of training elements. Current Evidence Based Research and regulatory training. Policy and Procedures meeting Inspection and Protocols. Improved time and use of Staff.
  • Employee training. Inconsistent training due to staff funding, crisis timing and turnover. Who’s at fault?
  • Timely training. Bulk training. Grass roots feedback. Implementation of Government regulation and legislation. Eliminates the SHAME-BLAME-RETRAIN model. Increases staff’s confidence.
  • High turnover. Overstressed Administrators/Educators.
  • Providing timely documentation of current training status allowing for performance and improvement feedback. Improved workload and allocation of time.
  • Union. Qualified trainers? Providing training. Proof of providing resources to members.
  • Qualified trainers. Documentation and management of education regulations. Guarantee delivery of policy/education. Improved allocation of Union fees/funds.
  • High costs of training and replacement staff. 1 way learning. Lack of interaction. No room for feedback, questions or real life scenario review. Single day training cost.
  • Interactive learning – improved retention. Re-allocation of Education fund savings. Undivided training. Time slot allocation frees up replacement staff transitions from Resident Care Areas.
  • Bill 140. LTC Act.
  • Focused training. Proper use of employee ‘off time’
  • Bill 168. MOL.
  • Reduced risk and liability of criminal negligence.
“Upon completion of the training program your organization will receive a  Balance Score Card explaining your organizational position and offer any recommendations for improvements.” In addition to the Balance Score Card, you will be provided with a binder ready to present to Government representatives/inspectors or Union interests.

This also demonstrates employee status regarding training, providing improved tracking for Employer and Union bodies.

All graduates shall receive a certificate of Completion.

Retirement Homes

Sharing many challenges with Long Term Care, Retirement Homes also face additional challenges in having to compete with other Retirement communities for their client base.  Retirement Homes are mandated by the Retirement Homes Act 2010.  This act is administered by the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA).  The Retirement Homes community must meet the Retirement Homes Act 2010 requirements, deliver quality residence and care while being competitive and accountable to their shareholders.

Pivotal Aging Innovations offers to provide all the quality and delivery of required training with the added benefit of offering increased revenue through our AMM LEADERSHIP program.

Pivotal Aging Innovations brings Healthcare professionals to the forefront through empowerment, education and innovative techniques benefiting Retirement organizations, Caregivers, Health professionals, MOHLTC, RHRA, Patients, Clients and Families.

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