32 Miss. Code. R. § 23-4.00 - Input from Stakeholders
The Addie McBryde Rehabilitation Center for the Blind is committed to creating an environment that is responsive to the needs and expectations of the people served, and that is relevant to their maximum participation in society. The involvement of the people receiving the services or their personal representatives is an integral part of the total environment of the Addie McBryde Rehabilitation Center for the Blind. By providing opportunities for consumers themselves to have input about the system, the Addie McBryde Center benefits from their unique perspectives, and demonstrates a belief in the value of self-determination and informed choice.
The Center is committed to obtaining and utilizing input from those served throughout every aspect of the service delivery process. The center has established written procedures which describe each of the major systems used to obtain input from persons served and other stakeholders.
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