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Illinois Association of Extended Care, Inc.
Code of Ethics




Illinois Association of Extended Care, Inc.

Code of Ethics

The Illinois Association of Extended Care, Inc., aims to protect the welfare and dignity of all persons served by its members. At a minimum, all Illinois Association of Extended Care, Inc., members pledge to adhere to the following Code of Ethics:

1. Dedication to the belief in the dignity and worth of all human beings.

2. Pledge to provide service for the welfare and betterment of all persons served.

3. Promotes and assists in the recovery of all persons regardless of the ability to pay.

4. Maintains an appropriate supportive relationship with all persons served, never becoming socially, sexually or romantically involved, not committing any act of violence or threats of violence, and avoiding becoming financially involved with the same.

5. Refrains from undertaking any activity where personal conduct, including the inappropriate use of alcohol and other mood-altering drugs, is likely to result in inferior services or constitute a violation of the law.

6. Adheres strictly to established rules of confidentiality of all records, materials and knowledge concerning persons served in accordance with all current government and program regulations.

7. Respect organizational policies and procedures, along with the rights of other staff members, co-operating with management both on the job and in associations with other agencies with which he/she may come in contact within his/her work.

8. Will regularly evaluate his/her own skills, strengths and limitations, striving always for self-improvement, personal growth and increased knowledge through further education and training.
Code of Ethics