DDR is always seeking qualified people to train to work one-on-one as direct support professionals (DSP) with the individuals we serve. The nature of the services we provide make it such that our DSPs have quite a bit of flexibility
DDR is on a mission! Code Name: Availability! DDR is working on a system that will allow us to better match an available direct support professional to an individual receiving services based on availability. So, we need to know
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. January, 15 1929 – April 04, 1968 On Monday, January 16th, DDR’s offices will be closed in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. whose legacy of advocacy for civil rights was driven by the
Thrivegirls is offered to girls from ages 13-18 it focuses on specific teen girl issues and strategies that empower them to handle what comes their way. Thrivegirls! focuses on building coping skills, self awareness, and proper communication skills that will
Do you need help preparing and filing your taxes? If your household income for 2016 was 54,000 or less, you could qualify to have your taxes prepared and submitted for FREE thorough the IRS’ volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
The Autism Society of North Carolina is excited to bring together self-advocates, families, and professionals for two days of information sharing and networking in Charlotte on March 24-25, 2017. Topics: – Implementing best practices at school and in the community
If the weathermen are right, we are in for some winter weather this weekend. While you are out and about gathering supplies for your milk sandwiches, keep in mind a few additional helpful tips to keep your family safe and