Alaska Alliance for Direct Service Careers (AADSC) Outstanding Direct Service Professional of the Year Awards
2013 Award Winners
The 2013 AADSC Outstanding Direct Service Professionals of the Year received $1,000, a trip to the 2013 Full Lives Conference to accept this award, and free registration to the 2014 Full Lives Conference!
These Direct Service Professionals provide support to a wide range of individuals in a variety of settings including the individual's home, workplace, residential center, day center, and community. Positions include, but are not limited to, PCAs, CNAs, home care providers, recreation staff, clinicians, job coaches, counselors, early intervention associates - anyone who works directly with an infant, child, adolescent, adult or senior who depends on support to be more self-sufficient. To be a direct service professional, a person must spend AT LEAST 75% of their time in direct care activities.
Brittanee Raeburn - Works with Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
Donald Harpole - Works with Individuals in Substance Abuse/Chronic Alcoholism Treatment
Colleen Robertia - Works with Individuals Experiencing Mental Illness
Cathy Genaux - Works with Individuals with Brain Injuries
Elizabeth Weeks - Works with Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and Other Age-Related Dementia
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