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Masterclass: Restorative Care to Maintain and Improve Function

Restorative care is part of an ongoing nursing model and often follows rehabilitation. Licensed staff and professional caregivers provide restorative care to preserve a person’s optimum level of functioning and independence, which makes living their day-to-day lives as comfortable as possible.
Implementing restorative care into daily routines is essential for maintaining and improving function as individuals age. Restorative care can help individuals maintain their independence, optimize care resources, and enhance their overall quality of life.

Tune into our latest ComForConnections Masterclass episode, where Susan LaGrange, Pathway Health’s Chief Nursing Officer, and Tiffany Robinson, ComForCare Training Specialist, will dive into the role of restorative care in supporting increased function and independence for individuals. Tune in!

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About Susan:
Susan LaGrange is the Chief Nursing Officer at Pathway Health Services. In her role, she is primarily responsible for planning and implementing critical industry-leading clinical programs and assisting our clients toward regulatory compliance, best practices, and cutting-edge changes in the industry. Sue has 30 years of long-term care management experience, which includes Director of Nursing Services and Consultant. She is a past president of the Wisconsin Director of Nursing Council. 

Sue has clinical experience in assisting facilities in resident care management, regulatory compliance, infection control and overall management of nursing operations. Sue is a nationally recognized infection control professional and is Board Certified in Infection Control. Sue brings a unique perspective to the Pathway Health leadership team, being a licensed nursing home administrator with extensive nursing experience and many years as a national speaker at long-term care conferences.

About Tiffany:
Tiffany Robinson is the Training Specialist for ComForCare Franchise Systems, LLC. She has been with the company for nearly 20 years, and in her role, she supports onboarding new offices and facilitates their training programs. 

Tiffany has a BA in Social Work from Oakland University in Rochester Hills, MI and a certificate in instructional design from the University of Maryland.

Episode Notes:

  • Components that make up nursing restorative care and services
  • Strategies to educate caregivers on implementation
  • Benefits of restorative care and services

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