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News & Notes: Monarch honors DSPs statewide

7--DSP-appreciationAcross the country, direct support professionals (DSPs) maintain trusted relationships with millions of people with disabilities supported each day. During the week of Sept. 7-13, Monarch managers and supervisors celebrated DSPs with events and meals to recognize the tremendous work they do and the trusted relationships they have with people with disabilities.

The following are a few examples of the kind of celebrations that were held to honor staff:

Lighthouse Club Staff showered their DSPs with snacks, cookies, donuts and gift certificates throughout the week.

Forsyth Industrial Systems managers Beth Myers and Gloria Hunder cooked eggs during a DSP Appreciation Breakfast, and staff enjoyed grits, eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits and donuts.

Managers from the Triad area (Region 5), showed appreciation to their staff by giving them hand-written thank-you notes, snacks, gift cards, lunch, roses and governor’s certificates. Thirteen staff members were presented with the framed and signed certificate from N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory, along with a gift basket, during a luncheon.

Managers from Middleton and Green Street homes in Moore County made certificates for staff members and presented them with thank- you cards and a 2015 pocket calendar.

Prospect Home in Raeford celebrated DSP week by giving staff personal cards and notes and presenting them with bags of their favorite candy along with balloons.

The Asheboro Group homes showered their DSPs with candy and handwritten thank you notes.

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