Talk: Services on Quality Improvement through the Division of Developmental Disabilities
Posted By: Post 21 Club on October 16, 3:41 PM
Bergen County Family Support Group in association with Neighbours-Inc. & Post 21 Club presents:
Services on Quality Improvement through the Division of Developmental Disabilities
Speaker: Heather Ciociola
Date: Monday, December 11th, 2017
When: From 6:30 to 8:30PM
Where: Bergen County Special Services Admin. Bldg. 540 Farview Ave Paramus, NJ 07652
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Quality Improvement at DDD: Attendees will learn about the Quality Improvement initiatives currently underway at the Division of Developmental Disabilities. We will review the Division’s Quality Measurement Framework, an example of how the framework is being applied to DDD initiatives, and other areas being explored for Quality Improvement, with the goal of improving the quality of services and supports.
Heather Ciociola, MSW, is the Director of Quality Improvement for the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities. Heather earned a BA in History from Vassar College and an MSW in Management and Policy from Rutgers University, and completed her Interdisciplinary Traineeship at The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities. In 2016, she served as National Association of Social Workers-NJ Mercer/Burlington Unit Chair and currently serves on the Advisory Council for the Certificate Program in Developmental Disabilities at the Rutgers School of Social Work Office of Continuing Education. Prior to completing her MSW, Heather built her career in the corporate sector, with particular expertise in the development of communication strategies and the use of metrics and data for improved business results.
Post 21 Club will be having semi-annual get-togethers of our entire general membership!
Posted By: Post 21 Club on August 23, 1:21 PM
August 14, 2017 by Post 21 Club
Here come more Cookoffs! Bon appetit...!
Post 21 Club is re-starting the world's most tasteful fundraising activities beginning Springtime, 2018. Our planned venue is La Promenade in Tenafly, New Jersey, where we have held previous successfull competitive “Cook-offs”. As can be seen throughout our Website, the Post 21 Club creates Program and Service choices for individuals with Autism, through collaboration and funding contributions. Sponsors and donors are at ease knowing that their contributions are going to an innovative, responsible parent group that is a registered 501(c)(3), whose adult children have Autism, with a great track record of Pilot Program creation for Bergen County dating back to 2008.