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CHIRS is a community-based service provider supporting individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI) and their families. There are many unique everyday ethical challenges in working with this population, due to the complexity of issues. The Leading Practice includes...Read More
Designed for individuals affected by acquired brain injuries (ABI) and stroke, CONNECT's Life Redesign Model (LRM) combines a coaching culture with home-like environments to maximize participation in real life, capitalize on neuroplasticity and increase an...Read More
Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto (CHIRS) developed an orientation program for new staff that provides didactic training and interactive 'on the job' supervised learning. It incorporates an extensive and comprehensive client safety orientation...Read More
Brain Injury Community Re-entry Inc. (Niagara) decided to promote wellness at all sites within their organization. The expectation was that healthy, happy staff would lead to greater productivity, reduced absenteeism, and improved creativity. The organization also...Read More
Leading Practices are submitted by health organizations from around the world. The contents of the Leading Practices library do not reflect opinions or views of HSO or its affiliates. If you have questions, concerns or suggestions please email us at email@example.com
Health Standards Organization (HSO) and its affiliate, Accreditation Canada, have been identifying and publishing Leading Practices in the Leading Practices Library for over 15 years.
A Leading Practice is an innovative, people-centred, evidence-informed practice that has been implemented by teams in an organization. The leading practice has demonstrated a positive change related to safe and reliable care/service, accessible and appropriate care/service, and/or integrated care/service.
The Leading Practices Library is a knowledge-sharing resource and serves to recognize innovative practices that have been submitted and have undergone a review by peer reviewers. Leading Practices are shared with the public, policymakers and organizations who are interested in improving and making real quality and health system changes.
Practices that are recognized as Leading Practices are published in the Leading Practices Library. Leading Practices are also promoted through HSO mediums including newsletters, webinars, conferences, education materials, and affiliated accrediting bodies.
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