At The Eden Alternative®, the quest to answer these two questions inspired the creation of the Path to Mastery™: The Art of Creating a Caring Community.
A thoughtfully-articulated roadmap for effecting meaningful change, the Path to Mastery is based on the Eden Alternative’s Ten Principles and 20 years of best practices for bringing them to life. Composed of four milestones, The Path to Mastery provides a common language and goals that guide organisations from the full continuum of care along their culture change journey. Organisations using the Path to Mastery as a strategic tool for change and growth strive for the same outcomes, yet how they attain them is a unique reflection of the people who live and work there.
The Path to Mastery frames an organisation’s growth and development as a member of the Eden Registry. To learn more about the Path to Mastery, contact the Eden Alternative Home Office at 062 086 1158 / email@example.com
Guided by the four Milestones of the Path to Mastery, Eden Registry Members form a dedicated group of change agents committed to creating vibrant, life-affirming environments, where each person matters and everyone has opportunities for growth, regardless of age or abilities.
Joining the Eden Registry highlights your organisation as one that is stepping up to create a life worth living, wherever Elders call home. Today, there are hundreds of Eden Registry Members around the globe from across the full continuum of care. Their best practices frame a clearinghouse of information, techniques, and support they can both learn from and share with other organisations on a culture change journey.
Joining the Registry may take as little as six months, if you have already begun your culture change journey, or as much as 12-18 months, if you are new to person-directed care. In either case, The Eden Alternative has tools and resources to help you succeed, including:
For more details, read the Journey to joining the Eden SA Register. To receive a Registry application and get answers to additional questions please contact the Eden Home office at 062 086 1158 or email Magda at firstname.lastname@example.org.