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 13, they presented their first ever Code of Ethics Award to Raven Wolfe of CSS. Raven was recognized for going above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of two women she supports.
Raven received a certificate of appreciation and she and her coworkers got to enjoy some treats provided by LCBDD.