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CCAL was founded in 1995 as the Consumer Consortium on Assisted Living, the only national assisted living consumer organization. Recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c)3 tax-exempt organization, CCAL became the nationally recognized voice of consumers of assisted living. Almost a decade ago, we broadened CCAL's purview to include all settings of services and supports for elders and narrowed the focus t o advocating for person-centered living to achieve quality outcomes. Person-centered principles and practices are recognized by the World Health Organization and the Institute for Medicine as the best and the foundation for achieving quality outcomes. We were committed to maximizing quality person-centered outcomes. We decided to modify our name to align with our broader mission. Because CCAL was so widely known as "CCAL", we kept the acronym and added the descriptor 'Advancing Person-Centered Living' to create its current name: CCAL-Advancing Person-Centered Living. CCAL's board of directors and advisory board represent a broad range of expertise, experiences and perspectives, and include consumers, consumer advocates, public policymakers, assisted living staff, health professionals, and researchers. This diversity of perspectives helps ensure that CCAL's policies and positions are relevant and well-informed to ensure its efforts are meaningful and realistic.
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