LCBDD recognized Amy Gartner of the Donna Jean Center!

 
 
This year, LCBDD is working to recognize DSPs who go the extra mile.

As a funder and coordinator of services, LCBDD has an important role in our community. But without the hard work of direct support professionals (DSPs), the individuals we support would not get the person-centered care that they need.
 
The National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals has a code of ethics that DSPs follow every day. This year, LCBDD’s provider relations team is taking time to recognize DSPs who not only follow this code, but go the extra mile to help the people they support.
On April 20, a Code of Ethics award was presented to Amy Gartner, Adult Day Services Director for CSS’ the Donna Jean Center.

Amy was honored for her efforts to collaborate with other provider agencies and create an ISP checklist for agencies to use. She also took the time to reach out to another provider agency to tell them what a great job their staff was doing, which was very meaningful.

Amy received a certificate of appreciation and she and her coworkers got to enjoy some treats provided by LCBDD!

Congrats Amy and thanks for all you do!

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