New Institute Launches Institute for Person-Centered Living

The Consumer Consortium for Advancing Person-Centered Living (CCAL), and Sheryl Zimmerman, PhD, Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are pleased to announce the formation of the national Institute for Person-Centered Living (IPCL).  The Institute is an independent, nonprofit joint academic/consumer venture dedicated to advancing the philosophy and practices of person-centeredness across home and community-based (HCB) long-term services and supports.

The Institute’s main goals will include: advancing public and professional knowledge and practices about person-centered living in HCB services and supports by providing education, training, technical assistance, and person-centered living materials, developing, evaluating, and disseminating evidence-based practices to promote excellence in person-centered HCB services and supports, Inform evidence-based policies to promote excellence in person-centered HCB services and supports, and engaging and activating the diverse stakeholders of HCB services and supports to promoteresearch, policy, and practice initiatives for person-centeredness.

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