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Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week

DSP Appreciation

During Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week, we salute the 4,500,000+ direct support professionals (DSP) who provide the services needed for individuals with disabilities and older adults to maintain independence at home and in the community. This is often challenging work that is not glamorous, recognized, or highly paid. Nevertheless,...

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Free Hospice Volunteer Training!

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Consumer Direct Care Network is pleased to offer free hospice volunteer training. Here’s a great opportunity to learn about hospice care and the ways volunteers support patients and their families. Group trainings are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8 pm from September 11 – October 4, 2018. Individual sessions are also available. Place: Consumer Direct Care...

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28th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

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Today marks the 28th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is legislation that set out to ensure that people with disabilities enjoy equal access in all areas of public life. This includes equal access to jobs, schools, transportation and all places that are open to...

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2018 Missoula Marathon

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As the Care Network, we believe we can achieve more together. By combining charitable donations and human resources we bring greater impact to our communities. For the second year in a row we are the title sponsor for the Missoula Marathon, July 13-15, 2018. Our participation in the marathon this...

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Walk For Montana Wishes

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This spring our Care Network is joining together in a common cause by participating in Montana Walk for Wishes on June 15 at Fort Missoula Regional Park. Make-A-Wish is a national organization which grants life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Wishes generally fall into four categories: “I wish to...

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ADAPT FUN*RUN

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This Spring I’m excited to participate in the ADAPT FUN*RUN in Washington, DC on Sunday, May 13, as a virtual runner. Am I bummed to not be there in person? Of course! Still, it means a lot to be able to support my brothers and sisters of ADAPT. ADAPT...

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Nominate Your Caregiver!

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The Care Network understands how important Direct Support Professionals (DSP) are to helping people maximize their independence in their home and community. Across the nation, dedicated DSPs provide essential caregiving and give individuals the needed support to live the life they want. We invite you to nominate a caregiver...

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2017 DSP Appreciation

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I am thankful to live in this great land where we are afforded the right to maintain independence at home and in the community.  I grew up with cerebral palsy and have needed assistance with daily living activities for my whole life.  I’m also thankful to work for a...

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Back row – Mickey Ogg, Ben Bledsoe, Suchita Basnet, Karalee Lambert, Jeff Harriott. Front row – Beth Peterson, Jani Albans, Jenny Vaile, Katie Virga, Daryl Holzer.

President’s Award For Excellence

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Early in 2015, the Executive team established an annual award to recognize our companies’ top performers. The third annual President’s Award for Excellence acknowledges five employees from our network of companies, for their accomplishments in 2016. We asked Managers to nominate one employee each and from this field the Executive...

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