The Council on Quality and Leadership is leader for person-centered supports and services for people with disabilities, people with mental illness and older adults. Through our services, publications and public presence, we establish real connections between theory and practice and help organizations and systems take the important step from innovative ideas to everyday action. Our goal is to be partners and mentors to our customers, showing them how they can become even better at ensuring that all people lead lives of dignity and quality.
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