Doing Our Best Work: 10 Ingredients of Quality Support – In Person Training

Overview:

What do we really mean by commonly used phrases such as “best practice” and “quality supports”? What do these mean when we consider people with disabilities and those who do the important work of supporting them? Through real experiences and stories, this conversation examines 10 important ingredients of excellent direct support, taking a good look at how we can measure when we are at our best, and helping to remind us what matters most about our work.

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About the Presenter:

Peter Leidy has been learning from elders and people with disabilities since 1983.  After working for Options in Community Living here in Dane County for 19 years, Peter now conducts workshops and consults with individuals, families, and teams in areas such as personalized supports, building community relationships, stress reduction, improving workplace communication, advocacy, and supporting and valuing direct support professionals.  Peter also writes and sings songs about life inside and outside the human service system. www.peterleidy.com

 

 

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