The NCEA is charged with improving the national response to elder abuse and has worked with the FrameWorks Institute on reframing this social justice issue. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) recently released a report with recommendations for how we finance, deliver, and regulate nursing home care. As these much-needed conversations around nursing homes get more attention, it’s important to frame the issue in productive, forward-looking ways. Now the NCEA implements the lessons learned in the NASEM report to improve nursing home quality and translates it into day-to-day use. Come learn about the process of applying these techniques to public-facing materials that your organization can utilize. Julie Schoen, NCEA Emeritus and EAGLE Project Director will walk you through how the NCEA has begun to translate our own materials dealing with elder abuse in long-term care.
This session will also lead to topics for the third Lunch and Learn in the series to do a live "Frame Check" with Anna Marie Trester of the FrameWorks Institute.
Closed captioning will be available during the webinar.
Access materials from the previous session https://trea.usc.edu/resource/reframing-long-term-care-lunch-and-learn-series/