AON Long-Term Care


Welcome to
AON’s Best Practice Spotlight Organization page!

What is a Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO)?

BPSOs have been established across Ontario and throughout the world, in all sectors. The BPSO designation is an opportunity for health service and academic organizations to formally partner with the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO) over a three-year period to achieve this designation.

In early 2020 as the pandemic began, AON long-term care homes received word that we had been accepted by the RNAO as a predesignate organization to become a Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO). As part of our commitment to quality improvement and quality resident care, we have chosen to work on three best practice guidelines. Our goal is to improve our programs, enhance resident care and services, and to engage staff in opportunities for growth and development.

The three Best Practice Guidelines are:

  1. Preventing and Addressing Abuse and Neglect of the Older Adult: Person Centered, Collaborative, System -Wide Approaches (RNAO)
  2. Preventing Falls and Reducing Injuries from Falls (RNAO)
  3. Delirium, Dementia, and Depression in Older Adults: Assessment and Care

This page will provide updates and give a view of the activities as we complete our journey towards becoming a Best Practice Spotlight Organization. Visit often to join in on our journey.

For more information on the RNAO and Best Practices, follow the link below.
Logo for RNAO BPSO

AON Staff Working Towards BPSO Designation

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