Quadco Reports

Quadco Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter board mem­bers spent most of their reg­u­lar monthly meet­ing on Tues­day con­duct­ing their annual plan­ning ses­sion.

They largely focused on how to cre­ate com­mu­nity inte­grated oppor­tu­ni­ties for the peo­ple being served at QRC over the next four years.

New Cen­ters for Medicare and Med­ic­aid Ser­vices waiver require­ments for peo­ple whose pro­gram­ming is sup­ported by Med­ic­aid, as well as the infor­ma­tion being shared by the Ohio Depart­ment of Devel­op­men­tal Dis­abil­i­ties on the work they have been doing to craft a tran­si­tion plan that will be sub­mit­ted to CMS by next month, were all reviewed.

The board mem­bers dis­cussed the devel­op­ment of more sites that could pro­vide oppor­tu­ni­ties for inte­grated work, and since the art pro­gram has proven to be so pop­u­lar, per­haps look at devel­op­ing a com­mu­nity art cen­ter.

In the pro­gram reports, mar­ket­ing direc­tor Bill Priest reported that Gen­Fed Finan­cial Fed­eral Credit Union in Bryan pre­sented a dona­tion of $440 to QRC. The staff and patrons at the credit union raised the money dur­ing the recent hol­i­day sea­son.

The next reg­u­lar meet­ing of the joint QRC Admin­is­tra­tive and Non-Profit boards will be March 24.

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