Recognition Challenge: Make Zero Harm Possible

Recognition is the greatest motivator! We are launching a Recognition Challenge as part of our Safe Care for Seniors program. Between now and Sept. 15, we challenge you to nominate individuals and/or staff teams in your setting for a Make Zero Harm Possible award. 

The Make Zero Harm Possible award recognizes those who are honoring their commitment to the Safe Care for Seniors Pledge:

Respect & Dignity: Individuals or teams who go above and beyond in getting to know a resident as a person, such as finding new ways to get to know their history and likes and dislikes or engaging them in activities that they truly enjoy.

Prevent Harm: Individuals or teams from their organizations who spoke up to prevent a potential safety event, such as a situation that may put a resident at risk of a medication error or being persistent in getting care for a resident who has had a change in condition that has not been resolved. 


To nominate someone or a staff team, complete the Make Zero Harm Possible nomination form.

Questions? Contact Julie Apold at

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