On the SSP application page, it states training will be provided. I've
included a link for you to look at.
On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 10:38 AM, Chenoweth,Lauren (DADS) <
Quick question: will you be training the SSPs when they get there or do
they already need to have a certain level of training?
If training is provided, it seems like it might be a good opportunity for
some interveners to get more experience.
Just a thought!
*Lauren Chenoweth, LMSW*
CLASS/DBMD Policy Lead
Long Term Services and Supports Policy
Center for Policy and Innovation (CPI)
Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services
Office (512) 438-2578
Mobile (512) 831-2597
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*From:* dbmat-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dbmat-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On
Behalf Of *DBCTX President
*Sent:* Tuesday, June 07, 2016 10:27 AM
*Subject:* [dbmat] SSPs for DeafBlind Camp of Texas Needed!
First time here for me. Hopefully I did this right. (Laughing out loud!)
We are getting a good number of volunteer Support Service Providers (SSPs)
for DeafBlind Camp of Texas over Labor Day Weekend in Killeen, TX. Whoo
Hey, we still would love more!!!!!
Please forward this or ask anyone who you know would be interested to work
with DeafBlind people. Free food and free lodging! How awesome is that!?
Thank you for your patience!
DeafBlind Camp of Texas