August 28, 2019
Encourage residents to display their writing or artistic skills but submitting essays, poems, artwork, drawings, or videos related to the theme “Stand for Quality." Below is an example of a video submission by Norma Guenterberg of Rockville Nursing Home in Rockville, Maryland. Additional Resident's Voice submissions are available here.
Encourage residents to answer the following questions in an audio recording, poem, word collage, song, artwork, photos, or essays. We especially love videos! No need for fancy equipment; cell phone video will work great!
- What does quality mean to you and how do you stand for quality?
- How can you partner with others to define quality? How can you talk to facility staff, family members, and other to define quality?
- Give an example of quality care that was provided, or an example of how you experience quality of life.
Attn: Resident’s Voice Submission
1001 Connectitcut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
This year we are encouraging all residents, friends, family members, long-term care ombudsmen, and facility staff to share how or why they stand for quality! Fill in the “I Stand for Quality” sign or create your own finishing the sentence “I stand for quality” and explain how or why you stand for quality. Take a photo with your sign and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. View examples of advocates standing for quality here and residents here.
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For more information and resources forResidents' Rights Month, visit the Consumer Voice website.