More About Resident-Directed Communities – As Published by Pioneer Network

In the News  |  November 12, 2021

Citizenship culture

Elder care has evolved from provider-directed to person-directed care, and now we reach the next evolutionary step – Citizenship!

As promised, Moriah Bernhardt, Senior Director of Rhythms Programs for CLC and Cappella and Verna Cavey, Resident, Independent Living, Christian Living Community are back to discuss the Citizenship model and share how it is lived out in the CLC communities in Part 2 of the series for the Pioneer Network.

In part 1 of the series, “Can We Talk,” Verna and Moriah introduced the Citizenship model of Resident-Directed Care. Check out how this new model of care is disrupting the status quo.

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It’s time to shift these frameworks and definitions of what it means to be old. So we’re shaking things up by reframing Senior Citizens Day to Senior Citizenship Day.

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