For 35 years, we have been providing care coordination to individuals with disabilities and complex healthcare needs. Today, we serve more than 10,000 individuals, who live healthy and independent lives in the community of their choice.
Helping Seniors Live Healthy and Independent Lives
The Wellness and Independence for Seniors at Home (WISH) Program provides health coaching to individuals age 65+, who have Medicare and live in one of the identified Independent Living Facilities in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County.
As part of the Year of Service initiative, coworkers are volunteering across the state to help people with disabilities, housing instability and mental health challenges, as well as organizations that support animals and the environment!
Prepare for a successful school year by attending The IEP Binder: Organizing Your Child’s Records for Better Communication and Collaboration with School Personnel. Hosted by MCF - Maryland Coalition of Families, this event will help you to organize your child's educational records. All organizing materials will be provided! Click below for more information and to register. ... See MoreSee Less
This overview session from the Developmental Disabilities Administration is targeted to families and individuals receiving DDA services now or in the future. This session will be an overview of the Council on Quality and Leadership's (CQL) tools and processes, which will be used to move Maryland DDA toward CQL Network Accreditation: ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for a brief overview of the CQL | Council on Quality and Leadership's tools and processes, which will be used to move Maryland DDA toward CQL Network Accreditation. CQL Accreditation includes validation of the presence of basic assurance systems for health, safety and human security, a focus...
Karen-Ann Lichtenstein, President/CEO of The Coordinating Center has announced her retirement. “For 45 years, Karen-Ann has been a fierce advocate for people with disabilities and has played a critical role in the community of disabilities,” stated Tom H. Hall, Chair of the Board. “Under Karen-Ann’s nearly 26-year tenure as President/CEO, and 34 years with The Center, our nonprofit has become a well-respected organization and a place people want to work and receive services.” The Center is currently seeking a dynamic and visionary leader who can work with a broad array of cutting-edge, public and private agencies to continually improve and enhance community inclusion, support policy advancement and drive our mission. Interested candidates should apply online bit.ly/1OLWobK... See MoreSee Less
The Coordinating Center employs more than 300 highly qualified coworkers, including Registered Nurses, licensed Social Workers, Support Planners, Service Coordinators Health Coaches, and Housing Coordinators with vast experience in community-based care coordination. If you are interested in working....