An Encounter with the National Code of Ethics...
The team from the National Alliance for Direct
Support Professional, John Raffaele and Joe MacBeth, will take the DSPs
on a journey to discover and learn about ethical responsibilities, and
engage the participants in an encounter with some of the real dilemmas
that confrontdirect support professionals on the job every day. In the
role play, the audience will be asked to make ethical decisions using
the NADSP's Code of Ethics. Participants will then be asked to consider
ways that ethical practices can be incorporated into daily practice.
The beliefs and attitudes that are associated with being an effective
human service professional are the cornerstones of this code. The Code of Ethics
is not the handbook of the profession, but rather a road map to assist
us in staying the course of securing freedom, justice, and equality
for all. Link to National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals