Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 9:30 AM PDT
Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 12:30 PM PDT

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Vicki Devlin 
Oregon Resource Association 

DSP Magnet workshop


Are you sick of the vicious cycle of recruiting , hiring, and turnover?

Want to attract and retain Direct Support Professionals like a magnet?

 This workshop is for you!


Perfect for various leaders in your organization

(Senior Leadership, HR Staff + Executives)

Walk away with:

  • A copy of your current DSP job post showing areas to fix, along with a framework to write a new job post to attract more applicants
  • Clear and fast steps to an improved on-boarding/training experience so new employees are more likely to stay
  • The free habit to strengthen your culture. This habit is the number one thing DSPs want from management
  • Resource to make sure your next steps are accomplished


Additional information:

  • Two-day workshop, Part 1 June 17th followed by Part 2 on June 18th. Details below:
  • Workshop time 9:30am-12:30pm Wednesday June 17th and June 18th
    • Be prepared for an energizing and engaging workshop, with small group exercises and conversations.
  • Only one person per registration- Limited capacity due to Breakout Groups & Activities
  • Zoom Link and Electronic Handouts will be emailed to registrants closer to workshop date
  • No refunds on registration


Craig & Scott de Fasselle

Craig and Scott are father and son, as well as business partners with a personal connection to the IDD community. They’re on a mission to transform 1,000 developmental disabilities providers by December 31, 2021, by teaching them how to attract and motivate people whose passion is helping others.

Craig and Scott have helped providers increase their online applications for DSP jobs by over 300%. After a recent workshop, an HR Director reported that their agency increased hires with 11 new DSPs!

They've hosted a webinar for and been published multiple times by ANCOR.

They've also presented at conferences and webinars for provider associations in fourteen states.