Meriden, CT – CQL | The Council on Quality and Leaderships posted an article on IPPI Connecticut’s recent accreditation, “IPPI Connecticut has a vision for the future that has been shaped in response to the needs of people receiving supports, families, and their community. This was reflected during the visit in focus groups, in-person reviews, interviews, and the stakeholder event,” says Michael Clausen, CQL Quality Enhancement Specialist. “We were able to see, hear, and directly experience how that vision plays out not only in services, but especially people’s lives.” Through various factors such as a talented and passionate staff, strong self-advocates, transparent approaches, embrace of best practices, and more, it was evident that IPPI remains focused on ongoing organizational transformation. They have expanded upon their people-first culture through language used by staff, organizational community integration efforts, and implementation of person-centered discovery practices.
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About CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership is an international nonprofit, virtual organization dedicated to the definition, measurement, and improvement of personal quality of life. CQL’s vision is a world of dignity, opportunity, and community for all people. Learn more about CQL by visiting: www.c-q-l.org
About The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. provides services and supports to individuals of all ages who experience developmental disabilities. Founded nearly 40 years ago, IPPI’s mission to build strong communities by empowering individuals permeates the work of the agency, providing highly individuated care to everyone who turns to IPPI for support. IPPI’s service footprint spans throughout New England and in Maryland. Learn more about the transformational work happening in a community near you at www.ippi.org