Direct Support Recognition Week September 9th - 15th

DSP rec week

Every year we celebrate those that work hard and give so much of their time to working with the Intellectual Disability (ID) and Autism community. Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are at the forefront of this work, as they assist individuals daily with various tasks ranging from simple to complex at any given time. Although the job of a DSP can be filled with long days and challenging responsibilities, their work means so much to the individuals they serve.Every year we celebrate those that work hard and give so much of their time to working with the Intellectual Disability (ID) and Autism community. Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are at the forefront of this work, as they assist individuals daily with various tasks ranging from simple to complex at any given time. Although the job of a DSP can be filled with long days and challenging responsibilities, their work means so much to the individuals they serve.

DSPs provide individuals with an opportunity to be as independent as possible to fulfill their goals to flourish on a personal level. To be a Direct Support Professional, it takes a truly amazing individual to maintain a commitment day in and day out to ensure our individuals are a part of their community and living life to the fullest.

On behalf of Philadelphia Coordinated Health Care, we would like to say Thank You to all DSPs for their service and commitment to the Intellectual Disability (ID) and Autism community! You will always receive a standing ovation from PCHC for all that you do.  

Thank you and enjoy Direct Support Professionals Week 2018!!!

For more information:

http://www.ancor.org/2018-dsp-recognition-week-%E2%80%93-september-9-15

http://www.nationaladvocacycampaign.org

https://www.nadsp.org