Why should I go to a regional meeting?
At a regional meeting, you will be able to connect with other workforce champions (e.g. DSPs, frontline supervisors) and provider agencies to share best practices and strategies for becoming more efficient and effective with service delivery. At these meetings, you will not only access a variety of resources, but will be able to work with multiple stakeholders to further develop trainings, models, and resources to build DSP capacity and competency, shape organizational culture to commit to building this capacity, and better serve individuals with disabilities.
- Can families directly hire a DSP or do they have to go through an agency?
- Does the NADSP Code of Ethics replace the Justice Center Code of Conduct?
- How do I sign-up for an upcoming training session?
- How will the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities conduct an audit in a non-certified setting?
- If the job title Direct Support Professional is not used at an agency, does the Administrative Memorandum (ADM) still apply?
- Is a Respite Worker considered a Direct Support Professional (DSP)?
- What are the Code of Ethics?
- What are the Core Competencies?
- What are the RCWT regions?
- What are the Regional Centers for Workforce Transformation (RCWT)? What do they do?
- What is a Direct Support Professional?
- What is the Code of Ethics?
- What is Workforce Transformation?
- What kind of support do Regional Leads offer?
- What or who is a Regional Lead?
- Where are the RCWT located?
- Where can I find a list of upcoming training sessions?
- Why should I go to a regional meeting?