Westchester
Posted 2 months ago

The DSP Success Coach I works closely with assigned DSP mentees, using positive encouragement, feedback, information sharing, observations, and role modeling to build the skills and behaviors needed to be an outstanding person-centered DSP.

 

The DSP mentor excels in the person-centered performance of residential DSPs responsibilities and is a resource helping their mentees develop important skills to enhance their work as direct support professionals. The mentor DSP develops the DSP’s skills and behaviors to maximize the independence, choice, and personal dignity of the people supported. The DSP Mentor works to infuse The Arc Westchester residential culture with the NEXT for DSP model. The NEXT for DSP model promotes the health wellbeing, and safety as well as interests, rights, and choices of people supported.

 

Requires a High School Diploma/GED, Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree is preferred. Requires a valid NYS Driver’s License, and at least one-year experience working with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, or related human services experience. This position also requires a Professional Family Teaching Model Certification obtained within 12 months of employment.

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