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Toolkit for People With Dis Abilites

Toolkit for People With Dis Abilites

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A tool kit to help the consumer find and hire quality direct support caregivers for disabled persons.
A tool kit to help the consumer find and hire quality direct support caregivers for disabled persons.

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Published by: Tonya Oswalt McCullohs on Oct 06, 2012
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find
 
choose&keep
great DSPs
A toolkit for peoplewith disabilities
looking for quality, caring and committeddirect support professionals
 
Printed September 2006Institute on Community Integration, University of MinnesotaAuthors: Amy Hewitt, Research Associate, Research and Training Center on Community Living,Institute on Community Integration, University of MinnesotaKatie Keiling, Community Support Coordinator, Institute on Disabilityand Human Development, University of Illinois at ChicagoJohn Sauer, Program Coordinator, Research and Training Center onCommunity Living, Institute on Community Integration, University of MinnesotaNancy McCulloh, Program Coordinator, Research and Training Center onCommunity Living, Institute on Community Integration, University of MinnesotaMarijo McBride, Program Coordinator, Research and Training Center onCommunity Living, Institute on Community Integration, University of MinnesotaGraphic Designer,Photographer, Editor: Connie Burkhart, Institute on Community Integration, University of MinnesotaCopy Editor: Chris Opsal, Institute on Community Integration, University of MinnesotaContributors: Stella Abuga, Kristin Dean, Michael Grice, David Hancox, Denise Horn,Kath LaLiberte, Traci LaLiberte, Tia Nelis, Chris Opsal, Cliff Poetz, Pat Salmi,Hunter Sargent, John SmithThis product was developed under an investment from the Illinois Council on Developmental Disabilities. Additional funding wasprovided by the Administration on Developmental Disabilities (grant #90DD0577) awarded to the Institute on Disability and HumanDevelopment (IDHD) at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Researchthrough the Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC/CL) (grant # H133 B031116) at the Institute on CommunityIntegration, University of Minnesota.The content, interpretations, and conclusions are those of the authors and do not necessarily reect the views of ICI or RTC/CL at theUniversity of Minnesota or IDHD at the University of Illinois at Chicago or their funding sources.The University of Minnesota and University of Illinois are equal opportunity educators and employers.Alternate formats are available upon request.For alternate formats or additional copies, contact:Publications OfceInstitute on Community IntegrationUniversity of Minnesota109 Pattee Hall, 150 Pillsbury Dr SEMinneapolis, MN 55455612-624-4512ici.umn.edupublications@icimail.education.umn.eduOr contact:Katie KeilingInstitute on Disability and Human DevelopmentUniversity of Illinois at Chicago1640 W. Rooseveld Rd., Rm 251BChicago, IL 60608312-996-1002www.uic.edu/orgs/idhd
 
contents
 
find
A
 
Look for the right person 
B
Identify your wants and needs 
C
Use the best sources
D
Market to the right person
choose
 
E
Share the real story 
F
Develop your real story 
G
Ask the right questions 
H
Select the best person
keep
 
I
Welcome new DSPs
J
Teach DSPs to do the job 
K
Help DSPs avoid stress and burnout
L
Celebrate a job well done

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