When it comes to probation, some organizations just come unraveled. They lose their staff, their funding, or both, and they just can’t bring about across-the-board compliance. The rest tend to be organizations that haven’t learned from their past mistakes, says Kopelow. They were found out of compliance the last time they came up for accreditation, received a progress report requirement, fixed the problems, and then two years later are found to be making the same mistakes. That’s not fair to the other providers, Kopelow says.
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