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CIL's Use of Self and Peer Monitoring Tools - Shared screen with gallery view
Sandra Fariña
17:45
good afternoon!!
Sandra Fariña
17:58
from Delaware SILC
Donna Shields
18:00
Hello from TARP in Paris TN
Paula McElwee
21:11
Welcome everyone!
Sonam Willow
21:32
Hi! not sure if I"m missing it but is there a link for CC closed captions today?
Douglas Gean
22:00
yes
Will Wilson
22:01
yes
Angelina Ramirez
22:01
yes
Phillip Young
22:04
Yes
Lisa Barnes
22:06
yes
Margarita Hunnefield
22:06
yes
Brenda Ingle
22:18
Brenda from SAIL yes I can see the captions.
Angie Miller
22:19
yes
Jenny Sichel
24:47
Link for ai-media captions: https://link.ai.media/session?plink=NCIL
Paula McElwee
31:43
https://acl.gov/programs/il-comp
Brooke Wilson
35:59
Maybe direct people to the on demand training ILRU did on the COMP tool in 2020? https://www.ilru.org/training/ready-for-review-using-acl-s-compliance-outcome-monitoring-protocol-comp-tool-achieve
Darrel Christenson
36:13
What did the "O" stand for in comp?
Anjanette Johnson
37:18
Hi...Very interesting, but is it possible to get a copy of the closed captions at the end? Thank you
Jenny Sichel
37:50
Yes. We can send you this after. Please email jenny@ncil.org to request a copy!
Anjanette Johnson
38:22
Thank you
Sonam Willow
38:26
thank you for captions
Sonam Willow
38:31
Thank you for link
Darrel Christenson
44:07
Kyle, How similar or different are the 2 evals? Does the WI eval have the same items as the ACL review tool?
Darrel Christenson
46:17
Kyle, I certainly understand how it is safer to be reviewed by your peers, but do you feel that Madison or Milwaukee might be a bit more lenient than an ACL Fed review?
Kyle Kleist
46:18
Yes, the WI review covers the core services but also goes to best practice in IL services. Also looks at other programs offered outside of IL and are they keeping with the IL philosophy.
Darrel Christenson
49:18
1 more: how do you measure the IL Philosophy for a review?
Richard Petty
56:54
Annetta , please tell us what you mean when you say you've had "very little progressiveness?" Thanks.
Richard Petty
59:21
Got it! Thanks very much!
Lois Wilder
01:13:16
What were some of the plus 2 options?
Richard Petty
01:15:02
Kyle. Great points about challenging ourselves, that our boards are challenging us--as they should!
Angelina Ramirez
01:16:28
financial policy is very extensive and it was helpful in thinking through....question how do we get the board to review them
Angelina Ramirez
01:16:41
the bylaws?
Angelina Ramirez
01:18:09
thanks...
Angelina Ramirez
01:19:06
our review was hybrid
Jenny Sichel
01:19:31
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Richard Petty
01:20:44
Angelina, if having the board review financial policies is difficult, have a finance committee become thoroughly familiar with the policies so they, your finance manager, and your accountant can teach the rest of the board. Remind your board they have a responsibility to know the policies--legal responsibility.
Darrel Christenson
01:20:45
To this point: what are ACLs plans moving forward in conducting reviews? Have they said how many? Virtual or in-person? What do you know?
Angelina Ramirez
01:22:34
once review is over and u start working on the feedback how long until is due again...? u mentioned using it as part of ur three year planning?
Darrel Christenson
01:22:53
Thanks Paula:-)
Angelina Ramirez
01:23:36
is there changes to this process? I know one change was goals need to have a timeline
Gina Lynette
01:23:39
This may be a crystal ball question, but how will in-person reviews work for centers which have gone fully virtual?
Curtis Raines
01:28:05
so I keep hearing that these reviews are awesome, but other than making sure we are compliant, and that staff are documenting correctly, I really dont' see that connection of how this lets you know how your center can better improve services to your consumers.
Donna Shields
01:34:57
Thank you all for all you do
Jenny Sichel
01:38:59
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