DSP Melissa on the dilemma of being essential staff. (COVID-19)

DSP Brandon Duncan is leaving his job to care for his brother. (COVID-19)

DSP Tyler Roberts works as a job coach.


DSP Heather Enyeart love that every day is different.

DSP Harold Boyd struggles with getting other staff members engaged.

DSP Trisha Norberg wants to see DSPs valued and paid what they're worth.


Mark Olson reflects on his work as a DSP.

Joe Macbeth talks about when he started as a DSP in 1983.

DSP Abby Lamark on seeing her job as a career.


DSP Maxine Bostick recommends the credentialing process.

DSP Siraj Magboul fell in love with the work.

DSP Terry has worked in this field for over 18 years.


DSP Connie Pulley doesn't see disabiity, she sees family.

Aileen Vassel describes her work and aspirations as a DSP.

Bridget Siljander discusses her challenges in working as a DSP.


DSP Ben Steinbook got into this field by accident and hasn't looked back.

DSP Courtney Bonebrake is motivated by the relationships she has made.

DSP Lisa Mottsey learns from the people she supports.