In 2004, LSC staff members developed a person-centered model of care called New Pathways. New Pathways encourages the development of resident-directed practices and changes in the nursing home culture that are more home-like and less hospital-like. New Pathways combines two proven culture change initiatives: the Eden Alternative, which emphasizes resident quality of life and resident choice, and Wellspring, which emphasizes quality of care and the empowerment of frontline staff through specialized training and collaboration.
In order to continue on its culture change journey, LSC continues to renovate and remodel its existing buildings to provide a warmer, more comfortable living environment for residents.
To learn more about culture change and New Pathways, speak with the administrator at Trinity Village.
Trinity Village is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and an affiliate of Lutheran Services Carolinas (LSC).
As a not-for-profit organization, Trinity Village is able to enhance and improve services through financial support including contributions, bequests, and memorials. To learn more about supporting Trinity Village, contact the administrator.