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Inverness Village Recieves Outstanding Marks from Accrediting Body
Inverness Village has been awarded a five-year term of accreditation by CARF–CCAC, the nation’s only accrediting body for continuing care retirement communities. This designation makes Inverness the only such community in the greater Tulsa region to hold this important quality indicator.
An organization receiving CARF-CCAC accreditation has voluntarily put itself through a rigorous peer review process which requires compliance with more than 600 measures of quality, including financial indicators that relate to long-term viability. In addition, a team of CARF surveyors conducted an on-site survey that includes interviews with community leadership, staff members and residents.
“We are so pleased to receive official recognition of our commitment to residents – whether they’ve come for our internationally recognized wellness program, our park-like setting and resort-style services, or were drawn here by the fact that Inverness Village is Tulsa’s only non-profit community for people 55 and better offering the Life Care Advantage,” said Inverness Village Executive Director Scott Bushong.
“This accreditation is testament to the many residents who play such an active role in the governance of Inverness Village and continually seek to move it forward, and to the associates who do their best for the residents who inspire them every day,” he added.
The Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC) was founded in 1985 as the nation’s only accrediting body for continuing care retirement communities and similar organizations. In 2003, CCAC merged with CARF, a nonprofit accreditor founded in 1966 that serves a wide range of human service organizations. For more information, please visit the CARF website at http://www.carf.org.