Mission And Vision Statements

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Mission Statement
Starkey nurtures development and promotes independence of people with intellectual disabilities.

Vision Statement
Starkey will embrace its rich legacy, community partnerships and commitment to innovation to help persons with developmental disabilities achieve progress toward independence, experience meaningful relationships and be of value to their community.

Code of Ethics
Principle 1:   Treat all individuals with dignity, respect and fairness.
Principle 2:   Strive for excellence in the delivery of services to achieve Starkey’s mission.
Principle 3:   Maintain the privacy of the individuals we serve.
Principle 4:   Be honest and open in all interactions and operate with the utmost integrity.
Principle 5:   Operate in a dependable, responsible and accountable manner.
Principle 6:   Practice stewardship of Starkey’s human, financial and material resources.

Strategic Goals
Goal 1:  Design, fund and build program and support facilities that meet the current and future needs of persons served, employees and other stakeholders.
Goal 2:  Identify revenue enhancements and efficiencies that will allow us to stretch resources as far as possible.
Goal 3:  Implement additional workforce strategies to increase the retention rate for qualified employees and reduce the need to recruit and train new ones.
Goal 4:  Explore further specialization of programs for individuals who require more intensive supports related to medical, behavioral or other specialized needs.
Goal 5:  Develop a transportation plan that is functionally appropriate and financially sustainable to meet  the needs of persons served over the coming decade.
Goal 6:  Provide the best housing options possible for those whose need might otherwise be limited due to accessibility, affordability or durability.

A full copy of the strategic plan includes action steps and outcomes information and is available upon request.

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Starkey has programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), which reviews health and human services.