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Independence Residences Inc. Announces Affiliation with Queens Parent Resource Center (QPRC)
Date:1/16/2013

hin each organization that mesh naturally to create a synergy that will result in a stronger, more capable nucleus.”    

IRI has been recognized for its quality standards and is one of 20 organizations out of nearly 800 in New York, to be invited to be a COMPASS agency with the New York State Office of People With Developmental Disabilities. COMPASS recognizes and promotes agencies that have progressed beyond basic regulatory compliance and have achieved excellence in service delivery. IRI will share its service knowledge with QPRC.

QPRC brings its expertise working with the medically frail and with people requiring wheelchairs. QPRC's $7 million in revenue will broaden the fiscal base of IRI and allow us together to assist a wider range of people in need of support. “The ability to extend costs and services across both agencies will benefit both IRI and QPRC,” explains DeNatale.

In 1992, when Magalee's mother, Ana, founded QPRC, she turned to IRI's board for guidance. Through this long-standing relationship, both agencies are again turning to each other for the betterment of both.

“The affiliation is beneficial to both agencies and the people served by both. It makes us a larger, stronger organization, and better prepared to succeed in the managed care environment,” says DeNatale.

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Independence Residences, Inc., a not-for-profit human services agency, was founded in 1984 for the purpose of serving people who have intellectual disabilities and visual or other impairments. IRI provides varied residential opportunities some of which are staffed 24 hours a day. Day opportunities include supportive employment; work at the Independence Cafe and both day habilitation programs that are site based and non-site based. In addition, we offer a wide range of family support services; many home based that include Respite, Crisis and After School programs. These programs are provided in the 5 boro
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