International Journal for Direct Support Professionals (IJDSP) [electronic]
By: Hingsburger, Dave.
Contributor(s): Nethercott, Angie | Vita Community Living Services | Mens Sana Families for Mental Health.Toronto : Vita Community Living Services/Mens Sana Families for Mental Health 2012-Subject(s): SUPPORT STAFF | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | MENTAL HEALTHOnline resources: http://www.vitacls.org/client/newsletter.aspx
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v6no5: OUCH! How Understanding Pain can Lead to Gain when it Comes to Supporting Those with Developmental Disabilities - v6no6: Speaking OUT: Understanding Sexuality and Diversity in LGBTQ+ Individuals with Developmental Disabilities. - v6no7: Summer Days Summer Ways: How Direct Support Professionals can make Summer Happen for People with Intellectual Disabilities. - v6no8: A Table in the Shade: Summer, Picnics and Fun. - v6no9: Respecting Ability and Disability. - v6no10 Determination, Strength and Power: the Direct Support Professional and Making Social Change. - v6no11 Healing, hurt and wholeness: why therapy for people with ID? - v6no12 Risks and Responses: HIV and AIDS and People with Developmental Disabilities.
v7no1 Reflections from retirement. - v7no2 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q) : Help for people with an under-recognized condition. - v7no3 Waiting! How to win at the waiting game. - v7no4 The three faces of integration. - v7no5 Building sensory gardens, rooms & kits. - v7no6 The Power in "My". - v7no7 Knock, knock, who's there? The dos and donts of being employed in someone's home. - v7no8 Developing personal leadership. - v7no9 On being an educational assistant. - v7no10 Supporting people with IDD as they age. - v7no11 Staying bouyant while under attack: dealing with racism and other personal attacks while supporting people with ID. - v7no12 Leadership.
v8no1 Following passion. - v8no2 The Alphabet Community : who we are and what we need from you. - v8no3 When you need to, please go ahead and borrow my belief, I have plenty. - v8no4 Tips to Ease Dental Care. - v8no5 The 21 lessons for supporting persons with disabilities: Lessons 1-7. - v8no6 Tips on excellent service. - v8no7 Lessons 15-21. - v8no8 The habits of hierarchy. - v8no9 The nuts and bolts of Health Care Project. - v8no10 When death happens at work: working with and through the grieving process. - v8no11 The act of kindness: a challenge for direct support professionals. - v8no12 Sepsis? What is it? How bad is it? What can DSPs do? v9no1 Disability as it exists in a culture of bullying ans social violence: what direct support professionals can do to help. v9no2 Looking Forwards - Celebrating our 100th issue. - 9no3 Stepping into the role. - v9no4 Humble pie - this is the follow up article on dealing with racism from members(v7no11 2018) - v9no5 Trafficking - this article seeks to assist support professionals in keeping the people we support safe from crimes of human trafficking. It discusses five key risk factors that put people with an intellectual disability at risk: isolation, poverty, dependency, increased access to technology and social prejudice. - v9no6 Responding creatively : a time called for physical distancing. - v9no7 Helping during Covid-19: thoughts about meeting the mental heath needs of adults with developmental disabilities and those that support them. v9no8 To show up and step up: a reflection (staff abuse) - v9no9 Never clocking out : the responsibilities of direct support professionals -- v9no10 Working effectively with families -- v9no11 Navigating virtual services: strategies for supporting people with IDD -- v9no12 The things I say to myself : the importance of self-talk.
V10no1 Jan 2021: Doing the right thing when nobody is looking: ethics for direct support professionals. --
The International Journal for Direct Support Professionals is written by Dave Hingsburger and others. It is a free, monthly publication aimed at providing practical information and suggestions for Direct Support Professionals who work with people with intellectual disabilities. It is available to view online - each issue is focused on a specific topic.
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