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POMs help...I would like to complete the Personal Outcome Measures with a gentleman who is not able to answer the questions. He mostly spends his time at home, occasionally going out for coffee or some shopping. The only people... (more)
Casey AE G. said 1 month, 1 week ago . Like . Show Comments (2) Hide Comments (2)
Is anyone using a satisfaction survey that incorporates components of CQL that would be willing to share? Thank you. email@example.com
Amy E L. said 1 month, 1 week ago . Like . Show Comments (5) Hide Comments (5)
Ken D. said Since there was some general interest in this, I have uploaded a copy to the community library http://ecommunity.c-q-l.org/library.htm?mode=view&did=30968&lid=5 (more)
1 month, 1 week ago
Hello, I am looking to see how other folks are handling when people share a bedroom and want privacy within their room such as a room divider? Along with staying within the fire regulation requirements
Mandy L C. said 2 months ago . Like . Show Comments (2) Hide Comments (2)
I had the pleasure of sharing in a webinar series on Supporting Spirituality and Inclusive Congregational Supports. The panelists shared a lot of great resources for connecting people to a faith/spiritual community. More webinars... (more)
I am new to this site, so could you tell me where I can find training curriculums? Thank You
I missed the call yesterday is there away to call in and listen to the recording?
Hi all, Does anyone work for an organisation that has their own Bill of Human Rights or Human Rights Charter? Are you able to share?
Casey AE G. said 10 months, 3 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (12) Hide Comments (12)
during a recent POM workshop, a staff reported that an individual being interviewed stated that their pet was their Natural Support and part of their intimate relationships. We debated for awhile as to whether a pet can be... (more)
Nadine D. said 3 months ago . Like . Show Comments (1) Hide Comments (1)
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Our online community is made up of support professionals, self-advocates, provider organizations and thought leaders in the human services field whose shared vision is community inclusion, dignity and quality of life for people.
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Anne B. blogged 6 months, 2 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (3) Hide Comments (3)
The National Alliance of Direct Support Professionals (NADSP) is creating a Direct Support Professional Advisory Committee (DSPAC) that will assist the board of directors to determine strategic efforts and initiatives that help... (see blog)
Joseph M. M. blogged 1 year, 5 months ago . Like . Comment
I realize many of you are not familiar with Carol Ruen. She was the Assistant Director of the Division of Developmental Disabilities in South Dakota. And she was my dear friend. Carol passed away on October 2, 2013 of a... (see blog)
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