Peckham Inc, a vocational rehabilitation organization for persons with disabilities, has received a 3-year re-accreditation from the International Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
In particular, Peckham received re-accreditation for the following programs: Community Employment Services: Employment Supports & Job Development, Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation services, Organizational Employment Services and Governance Standards Applied programs.
This is the 13th consecutive re-accreditation that Peckham Inc has received from CARF, according to Peckham, in a media release.
“Peckham is proud to have earned another 3-year CARF accreditation,” says Greta Wu, chief human services officer. “As we face changes within our industry, this achievement serves as a reminder that if we continue to do great work, we will continue to produce great results.”
To receive the re-accreditation, Peckham completed a rigorous peer review process conducted by CARF surveyors to demonstrate its commitment to offering programs and services that are measurable, accountable and of the highest quality.
“One of Peckham’s greatest assets is its dedicated, skilled, and talented personnel,” according to The CARF International Survey Summary, per the release. “They extend themselves beyond their assigned hours and responsibilities and always ensure that they are available to clients and other stakeholders. They believe in the organization’s mission and appear to be driven and inspired by an impressive team spirit.”
[Source(s): Peckham Inc, PR Newswire]