L’amélioration des soins et services en CHSLD : une priorité de chaque instant Original communique in French
Improving care and services in nursing homes: a priority at all times
Montreal, September 20, 2016 -The association of private institutions under agreement (AEPC) welcomes the initiative Minister of Health and Social Services, Mr. Barrette, announced yesterday with his colleagues on the identification of best practices in nursing homes. AEPC is convinced that practices that generate success must be disseminated and implemented in all Québec nursing homes for the well-being of residents. We are pleased that the Minister pays attention Barrette particular to improve the quality of life of Quebec builders.
Executive Director of the organization, Mrs. Annick Lavoie, took the opportunity to launch an invitation to Madame Marie Montpetit who will visit performing nursing homes in the coming weeks. “We provide the Minister Barrette, Madame Montpetit and colleagues our full cooperation and welcome to come and discuss with us our quality culture that is lived daily in private institutions under agreement. We open the doors of the member institutions so that they can effectively assess the quality of care and services experts with accommodation services. “Says Ms. Lavoie.
Recall that three private institutions under agreement AEPC members four holding status Certified with honors, the highest distinction awarded by the Accreditation Accreditation Program Canada.
About the Association of private institutions under agreement
The Association of private institutions under agreement (AEPC) has 30 owner-managers of 57 residential and long-term care (nursing homes) and two rehabilitation centers including care Palliative in eleven regions of Quebec. Our members provide a living environment, a health and environment middle end of life to nearly 7000 people in great loss of autonomy.
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