All Care’s Adult Foster Care program recently earned a three-year accreditation by international accrediting body, CARF International.
This is the highest level of accreditation given to an organization, showing All Care’s conformance to CARF standards. Organizations receiving a three-year accreditation puts itself through a rigorous peer review process. They must show to a team of CARF surveyors during an on-site visit its commitment to offering programs and services that are measurable, accountable, and of the highest quality.
The surveyor stated All Care has “an impressive model of care” and demonstrated a remarkable level of teamwork and dedication to clients.
All Care’s AFC program allows individuals, who are unable to remain at home alone due to chronic illness, or physical and/or mental disabilities to stay in their home or in the home of a loved one in order to maximize their quality of life. AFC is an alternative to nursing home or assisted living placement. In-home caregivers provide meals, companionship, personal care assistance, and 24-hour supervision to program participants. Caregivers receive a tax-free stipend which can help to ease the financial burden of caring for the individual. All Care’s AFC program provides monthly nursing and care manager visits where both client and caregiver receive the support and resources they need to share a safe, happy, fulfilling life. Click here for more information on All Care’s Adult Foster Care program.
CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. Their mission is to promote best outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process that focuses on enhancing the lives of persons served. For more information, visit carf.org.