To build on the momentum of the taskforce's work, IMPH implemented the capstone recommendation and facilitated a formal Implementation Leadership Council of key stakeholders to maintain focused attention on recommendations, minimize or eliminate barriers to implementation, connect and mobilize the many stakeholders across public agencies, family caregivers and LTC service providers throughout South Carolina, and promote and track progress toward implementation.
In coordination with the Implementation Council, IMPH brought together a workgroup to discuss the challenges and possible solutions to develop a registry in South Carolina, which resulted in "Protecting Vulnerable Adults from Potentially Abusive Workers: An Issue Paper." Currently, House Bill 3273 to enact the "Vulnerable Adult Maltreatment Act" resides in the House Judiciary committee.
A current IMPH initiative, the Workforce for Health Taskforce, is addressing system-wide changes in South Carolina's healthcare workforce and incorporates the taskforce's goal of strengthening the long-term care continuum and supporting caregivers.
Significant efforts have been undertaken by public and private stakeholders and IMPH to improve options for older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers across our state.
The NMPH number for Message Home is 0800-700- 740 while callers to the IMPH should ring the main freephone number.
To donate money to the NMPH phone 0181-394-4592 and to donate to the IMPH contact their main freephone number on 1800-616-617.
The IMPH can also be contacted by e-mailing email@example.com or look up their website on www.callhome.ie
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