Direct Services Professionals recognized


Pictured are several staff working at Auglaize Industries Inc. in New Bremen, where over 125 adults with disabilities from Auglaize, Mercer and Shelby counties receive vocational training, community job placement, social and recreational services, transportation, and an array of adult day services in the community as well as at the workshop location.

Pictured are several staff working at Auglaize Industries Inc. in New Bremen, where over 125 adults with disabilities from Auglaize, Mercer and Shelby counties receive vocational training, community job placement, social and recreational services, transportation, and an array of adult day services in the community as well as at the workshop location.


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NEW BREMEN — Thanks to care provided by Direct Services Professionals (DSP), adults with disabilities across Ohio can live the lives they want and stay active in their communities. The DSP career is challenging at times and often not glamourous, yet DSPs provide the supports that makes accessing basic human rights possible, including going to school, getting a job, and participating in their community. DSP recognition week is Sept. 11-17.

DSPs are an integral part of life for older adults and individuals with physical and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities, and their tireless around-the-clock commitment ensures their clients receive the care they need. Each DSP’s hard work makes a profound impact and enables people to lead independent and fulfilling lives.

During DSP Recognition Week community members honor and thank those who provide these vital services. Their hard work does not go unnoticed, and CDCN appreciates all you do.

Pictured are several staff working at Auglaize Industries Inc. in New Bremen, where over 125 adults with disabilities from Auglaize, Mercer and Shelby counties receive vocational training, community job placement, social and recreational services, transportation, and an array of adult day services in the community as well as at the workshop location.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSP-Pic.jpgPictured are several staff working at Auglaize Industries Inc. in New Bremen, where over 125 adults with disabilities from Auglaize, Mercer and Shelby counties receive vocational training, community job placement, social and recreational services, transportation, and an array of adult day services in the community as well as at the workshop location. Courtesy photo