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Thursday, March 08, 2018

Mosaic Presentations we are making Around the World and Closer to Home

MOSAIC IS MAKING A SERIES OF PRESENTATIONS ON ITS PERSON CENTERED COMMUNITY CARE MODEL, “THE MEANING OF ME®”, BOTH HERE IN CANADA AND AROUND THE WORLD.


Drawing inspiration from the Joseph Rowntree Report “A Better Life - What older people with high support needs value”, “The Meaning of Me®” addresses the needs of the individual outside of the homecare model and develops a framework in which caregiver and client, family and client and ultimately the wider community and client can establish a richer set of conversations, relationships and connections. The Meaning of Me is a journey of potential for the individual to reconnect with themselves, their interests and where possible their communities.
Our next presentation and keynote will be for the National Initiative for the Care for the Elderly
Transition aging across the life course 13th Annual Knowledge Exchange
On April 30th – May 1st, 2018 Toronto
Hosted by the National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE) & Ryerson University’s National Institute on Ageing (NIA).
Mosaic will also be presenting at the International Federation on Aging in August 2018, its topic will be:
“Introducing an Internationally Recognised Person Centered, Community Integrated Model of Home Care”.
We are also slated for the end of September 2018 to present in Lyon France on Person Centered Healthcare.
Person centered care addresses the holistic, organic and dynamic multi dimensional entity of personhood. The increasing focus on person centeredness within the health care model is especially and increasingly relevant to the growing demographic of socially vulnerable older adults living with complex care needs.


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