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Highco is proud to announce, we have received a three year accreditation from CARF...
So what does that mean?
CARF was founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human service.
Achieving accreditation requires a service provider to commit to quality improvement, focus on the unique needs of each person the provider serves,
and monitor the results of services.
A service provider begins the accreditation process with an internal examination of its program and business practices. Then the provider requests an on-site survey that will be conducted by a team of expert practitioners selected by CARF. During the survey, the provider must demonstrate that it conforms to a series of rigorous and internationally recognized CARF standards.
Based on the results of the survey, CARF prepares a written report of the provider’s strengths and areas for improvement. If a provider has sufficiently demonstrated its conformance to the standards, it earns CARF accreditation.
After receiving the report, the provider must submit a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) to CARF to show how it is addressing any areas for improvement. Then, each year during the term of accreditation, the provider must submit a report to CARF documenting additional improvements it has made.
Highco, Inc is a non-profit organization based in Hillsboro, Ohio.
Highco serves individuals in and around Highland County with developmental/intellectual disabilities.
We offer several services including, but not limited to; day habilitation, vocational training, job development, summer youth programs, and job coaching.
Highco will provide employment, opportunities for growth, and support to individuals with disabilities and disadvantages
Everyone in southern Ohio with a disability or disadvantage has the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential.