CCAC

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AcronymDefinition
CCACCommunity College of Allegheny County (Monroeville, PA)
CCACCommunity Care Access Centre
CCACChicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)
CCACCanadian Council on Animal Care
CCACColorectal Cancer Association of Canada
CCACContinuing Care Accreditation Commission
CCACCitizens Coinage Advisory Committee
CCACClimate Change Advisory Committee (various locations)
CCACCanadian Commercial Arbitration Centre (est. 1986)
CCACClinton County Arts Council (Michigan)
CCACCommittee of Canadian Architectural Councils (Canada)
CCACConstruction Codes Advisory Council (Minnesota)
CCACChild Care Advisory Committee
CCACComissariado Contra a Corrupção (Commission Against Corruption of Macao, China)
CCACCrow Canyon Archaeological Center
CCACCredential Counselors and Analysts of California
CCACClose Combat Armaments Center (US Army)
CCACCombined Civil Affairs Committee
CCACCommunity College Allegheny County
CCACCentre Culturel et d'Animation Cinématographique
CCACCellular Carriers Association of California
CCACCalifornia College of Arts and Craft
CCACColorado Corn Administrative Committee
CCACCoordinating Committee on Agricultural Chemicals
CCACColquitt County Arts Center (Moultrie, GA)
CCACCouncil of Church and Associated Colleges
CCACCoordinated Call Admission Control
CCACCentral Complex AAR Component
CCACChicago Citizenship Assistance Council
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A recent merger between the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC) and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) will allow the agencies to provide "seamless accreditation" for the broad spectrum of care providers--from children's services to those for older adults, according to both groups.
It has full accreditation by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission. For further information, phone (336) 724-7921, or visit www.arboracres.org.
Two accreditation bodies, the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC) and CARF, recently announced a cooperative accreditation agreement for the assisted living, adult day, or health enhancement services components of organizations providing a continuum of long term care.
CARF has merged with the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC), formerly part of the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA), to review a broad continuum of long-term care organizations.
"The AIA awarded The Osborn one of its prestigious Excellence in Design for Aging awards in 1997, and it became accredited by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission in 2002."
"The New Leaders Task Force is part of AAHSA's Leadership Development Initiative, which has been formed because AAHSA has heard from members that attracting, retaining, and developing leadership is one of the most crucial issues they deal with today," explains Susanne Matthiesen, director of business development, Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, AAHSA.
The Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC), which accredits continuing care retirement communities and aging services continuums, has issued a risk-management standard focusing on five areas where providers tend to be especially vulnerable: human resources, governing board, building and grounds, finance and quality in resident life.
That's why we're taking two courses: We're encouraging our members to reduce their risks by using continuous quality improvement (CQI) approaches, and to encourage risk management, the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission has developed a risk management standard that we believe will be applicable across a wide spectrum of long-term care continuums.
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