Webinar: Let’s Talk: Inclusion and Housing Instability

Jan 11, 2022 | Webinars

Join Director of Educational Services, John Raffaele and this month’s International Journal for Direct Support Professionals author Chris Jordan Stevens as they discuss housing and inclusion.

A home is not just a shelter – it’s the central site of human actualization. Having options that are both affordable and accessible is the ultimate inclusion litmus test, and it’s one that is often overlooked. Fully participating in the community is all but impossible without proper housing. In this webinar we will dig into these concepts and explore the relation between inclusion and housing. We will also explore some ideas on how to support individuals who are facing housing instability.

This webinar is a companion to this month’s International Journal for Direct Support, written by Christopher Jordan-Stevens. To read the article entitled, “Inclusion and Housing Instability: A Beginners Guide to Navigating Barriers to Housing,” click here

Watch The Webinar Recording

Thank you for your interest in this NADSP webinar. One of the NADSP Member benefits is exclusive access to our extensive archive of webinar recordings. If you are a member, you can enter your Member Password into the password box on the embedded webinar video to view the presentation.​

If you are not a NADSP Member, you can join us as a NADSP Member to view this webinar recording along with dozens of other presentations.

Get Credit For Watching This Webinar

Through the NADSP E-Badge Academy, you can get credit for watching webinars like this one by earning electronic badges (E-Badges) to demonstrate your knowledge, skills, and values.

You May Also Be Interested In …

Here's an update on that petition, by the numbers.

Here’s an update on that petition, by the numbers.

It was less than two weeks ago. NADSP launched a brand new campaign, and it definitely did launch. The response ...
Learn More >
Direct Support Professionals Don't Have One. They Work Anonymously.

Direct Support Professionals Don’t Have One. They Work Anonymously.

The code for a Certified Nursing Assistant is 31-1014. The code for a Home Health Aide is 31-1121. The code ...
Learn More >
Establish a Direct Support Professional Standard Occupational Classification

Establish a Direct Support Professional Standard Occupational Classification

The statistics are extremely troubling for Direct Support Professionals. Turnover rates average around 45%. Vacancy rates are at roughly 9% ...
Learn More >
It’s Time to Raise the Bar by Joe Macbeth

It’s Time to Raise the Bar by Joe Macbeth

Last week, most of the NADSP staff and several of our board members joined dozens of other advocates in St ...
Learn More >