The Culture Change Network of Georgia is a group of dedicated supporters and stakeholders working as partners to promote and foster culture change to improve the quality of life for older Georgians in all settings where aging services are delivered.
We are commited to:
As the clearinghouse of organizations and providers working on person-centered long-term care in multiple care settings, we build common knowledge, support, commitment and relationships among those represented, and coordinate with other existing groups that have similar goals and interests.
2013 Culture Change Day
By the Governor of the State of Georgia
Culture Change Day
WHEREAS: "Culture Change" is the name of the national movement dedicated to changing the way we think and feel about aging and disability, and improving the quality of life and quality of care for all people who need help taking care of themselves in any place they call home; and
WHEREAS: The Culture Change movement advocates for creating the kind of care that we all want for our loved ones and ourselves, it is dedicated to transforming the old, institutional philosophies and models of long-term care into one that practices person-centered care and self-directed living. Person-centered values include choice, dignity, respect, privacy, self-determination and purposeful living; and
See full proclamation here