Can We Talk? A Culture of Citizenship – as published by Pioneer Network

In the News  |  October 8, 2021

Citizenship culture

Recently Moriah Bernhardt, Senior Director of Rhythms Programs for CLC and Cappella teamed up with Verna Cavey, Resident, Independent Living, Christian Living Communities to write about the Continuum of Person-Directed Culture for Pioneer Network.


As they were writing this article and reflecting on the Pioneer Network’s continuum chart, we realized there was a missing piece in the evolution from provider-directed to person-directed—the next step—Citizenship! Explore our next evolutionary step to the Pioneer Network’s graph with the addition of CLC’s Citizenship model and concept.



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Al Binford

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