CCAL’s Principles of Person-Centered Living include -

  • Consumers are provided choice, privacy, dignity, respect, independence, and autonomy.
  • Consumers have the right to determine their HCB services and support needs, decide how best to have those needs met, and to be provided a means to give feedback about the quality and nature of the services and supports.
  • A person-centered culture is nurturing, empowering, and respectful, and optimizes the well-being of consumers as well as the family and extended caregiving services and support network.


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