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Online Meeting


Tuesday, October 11, 2022
7:00 - 8:30 PM

How to complete the 2022 Bi-Annual DD Employment and Day Activity Outcomes Survey A dialogue with Vicki Ferrara, Survey Coordinator

This meeting will take place online using Zoom. Use the link above to RSVP.

Soon after you RSVP, you will receive an email confirmation with complete details and directions for using Zoom.

Meeting Flyer
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For more information, or to join our mailing list, contact:

Crystal Cerullo, Family Support Specialist, Sherlock Center
Phone: 401-456-8915



A network of individual and family members using self-directed supports in RI

  • Are you an individual or family member currently using self-directed supports through the Division of Developmental Disabilities (i.e. Options, Works for Me, My Choice, or proPartnerships)?
  • Are you considering self-directed supports?
  • Would you like a chance to meet with other people or their families using self-directed supports?

Join us to share ideas about.....

  • Designing a plan to support what you need
  • Recruiting and keeping good staff
  • Connecting to opportunities in your community & more....
  • Coping with COVID

Direct Support Professional Competencies

Public Comment Period open until October 14, 2022

Review Direct Support Professional Competencies (available in English and Spanish) on the Governorís Workforce Board

Stakeholders, interested parties, and members of the provider community interested in providing comment regarding the document are encouraged to email:

Download the PowerPoint Slides pdf image from the SDS Network meeting held on September 13, 2022.

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