Human Resources Manager, Training and Professional Development Department, AHRC Nassau
Assistant Director of Training, Engagement and Professional Development, AHRC Nassau
Guide Your DSPs to Greatness
About This Webinar
Having a great direct support professional (DSP) can dramatically improve the life of a person with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD). What are the characteristics of a great DSP? How can you develop those characteristics in your good-but-not-great DSPs?
Being a DSP is often a difficult and complex job, and it takes great commitment, enthusiasm, fortitude and self-motivation to be a successful DSP. When properly managed, a DSP can play a critical role in the lives of the individuals they support.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- What supervisors and administrators need to understand about the complexities of the DSP position and how to address challenges and seize opportunities
- How to manage DSPs to promote good judgment and improve service quality
- Why it is important to help DSPs grow both professionally and personally