Wouldn’t it be a game-changer to know exactly how your services affect the people who receive them? What if you could assess – not just anecdotally – the impact of your new employment initiative? How would you adjust supports if you knew that people in certain residential settings achieve more outcomes than those in other settings? Organizations have access to a wide range of information and data from across all of their important systems. Collecting and analyzing this data can support organizations to be more efficient, effective and make more informed decisions.
- The number of injuries for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities was 54% lower when organizations respect people’s concerns and respond accordingly.
- Only 59.6% of organizations supported people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to decide when to share personal information.
- People with intellectual and developmental disabilities who choose where they live are 2.4 times more likely to perform social roles.
In this webinar, attendees will discover how CQL Accreditation – with access to the PORTAL Data System – can support human service providers to analyze and improve quality at the individual and organizational level.