To be recognized as a Leading Practice, the practice must be:
- Innovative and creative
- Client- or family-centred
- Able to demonstrate intended results
- Adaptable by other organizations
Your submission will be reviewed by Accreditation Canada and an external committee. You will be notified within approximately six to eight weeks as to the outcome of the review.
Recognizing innovation and creativity
If your submission is recognized as a Leading Practices, you will:
- Receive a certificate acknowledging the Leading Practice
- Be invited to attend a ceremony celebrating organizations with Leading Practices at the annual Accreditation Canada Quality Conference
- Have opportunities to profile the Leading Practice in Accreditation Canada webinars
If your practice is considered Commendable, rather than Leading, it will also be added to the Leading Practices Database.