As I continue to grow old with Tobosa, things that I used to concentrate on have become second nature. That means my brain is more relaxed when I am in the Tobosa community, and I have begun to pick up little details that I have missed before.
Above all, you will learn what it means to be part of something bigger and more powerful than words can ever explain.
It is tough, almost arduous, helping them cut through layers to truly find what makes them who they are and what pushes them to fulfillment. It is a challenge that we are willing to take on and succeed.
It can be the difference between positive & negative, good & bad. And in some instances, completely change someone’s outlook on life for the better.
First of all, it means living my best life by identifying my special gift(s) and stopping at nothing to share it/them with the world.
During COVID-19, our roles as Direct Support Professionals expanded. We have taken on new tasks and have developed skills that we may not have deemed necessary six months ago.
Because not only do we need to help individuals find their purpose, we also must help our workforce find their purpose in life.
So is it Working? T.E.A.C.H. By: Jacob Dicello If you read my last blog, no wait, let me rephrase that, “you darn sure better have read my last blog!” You may remember that I was concerned about the perception of the individuals that we support at Tobosa. Tobosa, and its consumers, are no doubt misrepresented […]
Rolling Into a New Location in the New Decade By: Jessica Dunn With this new decade, we rolled right into a new office! As many of you know, our administration staff for the Adult Services moved to a new location in the 2nd Street Plaza West in the fall of 2019. At that time, the […]
Rate Study/Legislative Expectations for 2020 By Rosy Rubio Early 2019, along with other state-wide providers, Tobosa participated in a rate study conducted by PCG through the Department of Health, Developmental Disabilities Supports Division. The outcome of the rate study would provide PCG the opportunity to recommend reimbursement rates commensurate to regulation for individuals receiving services […]