Recruiting, Selecting, and Retaining Direct Service Workers to Provide Self-Directed HCBS

What You Can Expect to Learn in This Lesson

1. Read

Lesson Description

When directing your own services, direct service workers (DSW) are your employees, and it is important that you have boundaries with your DSW. Being clear about boundaries with your DSW will help you have a good working relationship. Boundaries can also help improve DSW performance when they are recognized as professionals. 

Lesson Objective

In this lesson, you will learn how to establish boundaries and to support professionalism with your DSW.

2. Listen

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A person with a disability and a DSW out in the community.