Ridgeview Le Sueur Nursing Home receives $83,000 grant for restorative sleep program
April 24, 2019
Ridgeview Le Sueur Nursing Home is looking to implement a new program to help its clients live
better lives at the facility.
“People have a certain way to live,” Luann Linn, the nursing home administrator, said. “We want to
try to work our schedule into their lives.”
Linn and Jennifer Mogere, the quality assurance/performance improvement employee at the home, have been working on implementing this project and getting the grant for around a year.
“It’s been almost a year-long process because everything has to be very detailed and it’s timeconsuming,” Linn said.
The nursing home is receiving a performance-based incentive payment program (PIPP) grant from
the Minnesota Department of Human Services. This grant allows nursing homes to earn
performance incentive payments for dedicating resources to quality improvement and meeting goals
related to care, resident quality of life, facility activities and other issues.
Read the complete story by Ashley Murtha in the Le Sueur County News