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CQL partners with other organizations on projects to confront some of the most pressing issues in human services.
Learn about organizational programs highlighted during 2021 DSP Recognition Week that address some of the most pressing issues impacting DSPs.
This research examines person-centered quality of life, including the impact of organizational supports.
During 2020 DSP Recognition Week, CQL shared organizational programs that make a long-lasting impact on DSPs.
Resources to help human service organizations during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This research examines the social determinants of health of people with disabilities
A workgroup is developing an understanding of value-based quality measures for people with IDD.
This research examines how to promote the consistency and quality of DSPs
This national study explored housing decision-making and community relocation.
This research examines ableism – discrimination and prejudice against people with disabilities.
During 2019 DSP Recognition Week, CQL, NADSP, and ANCOR shared stories of DSP excellence.
We examine Medicaid HCBS waivers from across the country and how they support people with disabilities.
This project gathered data to help the New York Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (DDPC) promote successful programs and evaluations.
During 2018 DSP Recognition Week, CQL and NADSP shared stories of excellence among DSPs.
This study explores how OT education impacts disability attitudes of future OT professionals.
Providers in Alabama can access training modules to improve supports and services.
This project gathered data to inform and improve person-centered practices in Colorado.
During 2017 DSP Recognition Week, CQL and NADSP shared stories of excellence among DSPs.
During 2016 DSP Recognition Week, CQL and NADSP shared stories of excellence among DSPs.
The HCBS-ACT Project provides guidance and tools about the HCBS Settings Final Rule.
CQL joined a training initiative in Colorado to promote person-centered practices.