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Anúncio – Edição do 100º aniversário
O International Journal for Direct Support Professional ‘comemora seu 100º aniversário em fevereiro de 2020. E, para marcar essa conquista, esta edição especial do centenário, destacará lições e idéias para as comunidades seguras e inclusivas dos últimos 8 anos. Visite o link abaixo para saber mais sobre este momento #VITAProud.

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O Jornal Internacional para Profissionais de Apoio Directo contém artigos práticos e de fácil leitura para uma variedade de tópicos que são relevantes para o seu papel no apoio a pessoas com deficiências intelectuais. A VITA publica 12 edições do Jornal Internacional para Profissionais de Apoio Directo (DSPs) em inglês, francês e espanhol.

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Volume 9-Issue 5: Human Trafficking and People with an Intellectual Disability Staying ‘As Safe As Possible’
Volume 9-Issue 4: Humble Pie
Volume 9-Issue 3: Stepping into the Role of Direct Support Professional
Volume 9-Issue 2: Looking Back: Looking Forwards – Celebrating our 100th Issue
Volume 9-Issue 1: Disability As It Exists in a Culture of Bullying and Social Violence: What Direct Support Professionals Can Do To Help
Volume 8-Issue 12: Sepsis: What is it? How bad is it? What can DSPs do?
Volume 8-Issue 11: The Act of Kindness: A Challenge for Direct Support Professionals
Volume 8-Issue 10: When Death Happens at Work: Working With and Through the Grieving Process
Volume 8-Issue 9: The Nuts and Bolts of Health Care Project
Volume 8-Issue 8: The Habit of Hierarchy: Power, Privilege and Prestige
Volume 8-Issue 7: The 21 lessons for supporting person with disabilities: Lessons 15-21
Volume 8-Issue 6: The 21 Lessons for supporting persons with disabilities
Volume 8-Issue 5: The 21 Lessons for supporting persons with disabilities
Volume 8-Issue 4: Tips to Ease Dental Care
Volume 8-Issue 3: When you need to
Volume 8-Issue 2: The Alphabet Community
Volume 8-Issue 1: Follow the Passion
Volume 7-Issue 12: Leadership: Boats in the Harbour
Volume 7-Issue 11: Staying Buoyant While Under Attack:
Volume 7-Issue 10: Supporting People with IDD as they Age
Volume 7-Issue 9: On Being a Educational Assistant
Volume 7-Issue 8: Developing Personal Leadership
Volume 7-Issue 7: Knock, Knock, Who's there?
Volume 7-Issue 6: The Power in “My”
Volume 7-Issue 5: Building Sensory Gardens, Rooms & Kits
Volume 7-Issue 4: The Three Faces of Integration and Inclusion
Volume 7-Issue 3: Hurry Up and Wait Your Turn
Volume 7-Issue 2: 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q)
Volume 7-Issue 1: Reflections from the Other Side of Retirement
Volume 6-Issue 12: Risks and Responses
Volume 6-Issue 11: Healing, Hurt and Wholeness:
Volume 6-Issue 10: Determination, Strength and Power
Volume 6-Issue 9: Respecting Disability While Focusing on Ability
Volume 6-Issue 8: A Table in the Shade
Volume 6-Issue 7: Summer Days Summer Ways
Volume 6-Issue 6: Speaking Out
Volume 6-Issue 5: OUCH! How Understanding Pain can Lead to Gain when it Comes to Supporting Those with Developmental Disabilities
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Volume 6-Issue 4: Voices from a Silent Journey
Volume 6-Issue 3: The International Journal
Volume 6-Issue 2: PWS: Living Beyond the Initials
Volume 6-Issue 1: Everyone Has A Voice
Volume 5-Issue 12:The Art of Holding Space
Volume 5-Issue 11: Deeply Frank: Getting Serious About Person-Centered Thinking
Volume 5-Issue 10: In Case of Emergency, Please Read: Ideas and Strategies for Supporting People with Developmental Disabilities Receiving Emergency Care
Volume 5-Issue 9: Supporting Informed Decision Making: Somthing Every Direct Support Professional Should Do!
Volume 5-Issue 8: Living Locally: Understanding Community Supervision
Volume 5-Issue 7: The health check: What is it and what do staff need to know?
Volume 5-Issue 6: The Power of No
Volume 5-Issue 5: Engaging Insight: Keys to Person-Centred Thinking
Volume 5-Issue 4: Howdy Partner - Direct Support Professionals
Volume 5-Issue 3: Roaming Through the Stepping Stones
Volume 5-Issue 2: Let's talk... about mental health and developmental disabilities
Volume 5-Issue 1: Resolved: Change the World
Volume 4-Issue 12: Welcome Home: Transitioning From One Reputation to Another
Volume 4-Issue 11: What’s the Point of Data?
Volume 4-Issue 10: For No Reason Managing the Power to Refuse
Volume 4-Issue 9: The Power of a Growth Mindset
Volume 4-Issue 8: When Push Comes To Shove
Volume 4-Issue 7: The Scoop on Poop
Volume 4-Issue 6: Pey-shuh ns: Who We Are Or What We Do?
Volume 4-Issue 5: Someone is No One. Someday is Never
Volume 4-Issue 4: Conversation Pieces: Using Artwork and Art-Making to Enhance Communication for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Volume 4-Issue 3: Like Ability:10 Basic Skills That Promote Relationships
Volume 4-Issue 2: Families and Staff: How to move from competing to complementary perspectives
Volume 4-Issue 1: The View from the Other Side of Care
Volume 3-Issue 12: Food, Flavours & Finding Connections: Honouring Diversity in the Kitchen
Volume 3-Issue 11: Movember and Men’s Health: What You Should Know!
Volume 3-Issue 10: No Borderline between Respect and Care: Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities Who have Borderline Personality Disorder
Volume 3-Issue 9: Something is Different Here: Promoting Awareness of an Invisible Disorder
Volume 3-Issue 8: The Art of Summer
Volume 3-Issue 7: Workforce Transformation: From Caregivers to Direct Support Professionals
Volume 3-Issue 6: TEAM! Simple Strategies to Success
Volume 3-Issue 5: Medication, Education and Advocacy: Useful Insights: Improving How People with Developmental Disabilities Use Medication Volume 3-Issue 4: Medication, Education and Advocacy: Useful Insights: Improving How People with Developmental Disabilities Use Medication
Volume 3-Issue 3: Getting Psyched! Psychiatric Consultation in Dual Diagnosis: What Should Direct Support Workers Know?
Volume 3-Issue 2: Not Skirting the Issue: Discovering Ways to End Poor Health Care for Women with Disabilities
Volume 3-Issue 1: Positively Magical... What We Think About What We Do
Volume 2-Issue 12: voiding the Temptation to Silence, Promoting the Need to Listen
Volume 2-Issue 11: Understanding and Supporting Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities who have Diabetes
Volume 2-Issue 10: Cognitive Ramping: Principles of Plain Language and Accessible Communication
Volume 2-Issue 9: Willie Wellness: What You Need To Know In Order To Provide Effective Care, Down There, For Men With Disabilities
Volume 2-Issue 8: Inclusive, Exclusive Vacations: Planning Vacations for People with Significant Needs
Volume 2-Issue 7: Burritos and Cherry Pies: Saying Yes, Saying No: What Direct Support Professionals Need to Think About
Volume 2-Issue 6: Mindfulness: Making Moments Matter
Volume 2-Issue 5: Um, It’s a Human Thing...Being Careful about Diagnostic Overshadowing for People with Disabilities
Volume 2-Issue 4: Keeping the ME in Media: Thoughts, Ideas and Tips for Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities to Use Social Media
Volume 2-Issue 3: Wonder ... Woman: Providing Wonderful Care to Women with Disabilities
Volume 2-Issue 2: The Normal Heart Supporting Love and Romance within Service Systems
Volume 2-Issue 1: The Top Ten Strategies of All Time for Promoting Positive Behaviour
Volume 1-Issue 14: The Gifts of the Season: The Gifts of Service
Volume 1-Issue 13: “You Just Don’t Do That!” Drawing the Line Between Direct Support Staff and People with Disabilities
Volume 1-Issue 12: The Alibi of Tyrants: Power and Control in Service Provision
Volume 1-Issue 11: Talking Turf: The Job of Being A Good Neighbour
Volume 1-Issue 10: Faith, Freedom and Fealty: Supporting People with Disabilities to Live Freely
Volume 1-Issue 9: Beaches, Bodies and Barbeques Cautions and Tips for Direct-Care Staff Supporting People with Disabilities in the Summer
Volume 1-Issue 8: Labour Pains 10 Strategies for Coping When Hurt by Someone You Support
Volume 1-Issue 7: Breasts, Buttocks and Boundaries: Confident Clothing Choices for Direct Care Professionals
Volume 1-Issue 6: Counterfeit Criminality: Cautions in Community Living
Volume 1-Issue 5: Grief: When You Are At A Loss After A Loss
Volume 1-Issue 4: Food For Thought: What Food May Mean To People With Disabilities
Volume 1-Issue 3: Spinning Downwards: Looking Up Stopping the Slide Toward Negativity in Human Services
Volume 1-Issue 2: Unwrapping the Perfect Holidays: Tips for Residential Staff Serving People with Intellectual Disabilities – Part Two
Volume 1-Issue 1: Unwrapping the Perfect Holidays: Tips for Residential Staff Serving People with Intellectual Disabilities
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Volume 9-Issue 5: Traite d’êtres humains et les personnes avant une déficience intellectuelle – Rester ‘en sécurité le plus possible’
Volume 9-Issue 4: Faire amende honorable
Volume 9-Issue 3: Entrar en el Papel de Profesional de Apoyo Directo
Volume 9-Issue 2: Retour en arrière : Regard vers l’avenir – Célébration de notre 100e numéro
Volume 9-Issue 1: Le handicap tel qu’il existe dans une culture d’intimidation et de violence sociale : Ce que les professionnels de soutien direct peuvent faire pour aider
Volume 8-Issue 12: La septicémie : Qu’est-ce que c’est? Quelle en est la gravité? Que peuvent faire les PSD?
Volume 8-Issue 11: L’acte de bienveillance : un défi pour les professionnels de soutien direct
Volume 8-Issue 10: Quand la mort survient au travail : traiter et traverser le processus de deuil
Volume 8-Issue 9: Le projet: Les rouages des soins de santé
Volume 8-Issue 8: La hiérarchie des habitudes: pouvoir, privilège et prestige
Volume 8-Issue 7: Les 21 leçons pour soutenire les personnes handicapées : Leçons 15 à 21
Volume 8-Issue 6: Les 21 leçons pour soutenir les personnes handicapées
Volume 8-Issue 5: Les 21 leçons pour soutenir les personnes handicapées
Volume 8-Issue 4: Conseils pour faciliter les soins dentaires
Volume 8-Issue 3: Quand vous en avez besoin
Volume 8-Issue 2: La communauté de l'alphabet
Volume 8-Issue 1: Suivez la passion
Volume 7-Issue 12: Leadership : Des bateaux dans le port
Volume 7-Issue 11: Rester optimiste sous les attaques:
Volume 7-Issue 10: Soutien des personnes atteintes de Dl alors qu’elles vieillissent
Volume 7-Issue 9: Être une aide-enseignante
Volume 7-Issue 8: Le numéro d’août : le développment du leadership personnel
Volume 7-Issue 7: Pan, pen, qui est là?
Volume 7-Issue 6: Le Pouvoir Des Mots «Mon, Ma, Mes»
Volume 7-Issue 5: Création de jardins, de salles et de trousses sensorielles
Volume 7-Issue 4: Les trous visages de l‘inclusion
Volume 7-Issue 3: Dépêchez-vous et attendez votre tour
Volume 7-Issue 2: Syndrome de délétion 22q11.2 (22q)
Volume 7-Issue 1: Réflexions de l’autre côté de la retraite
Volume 6-Issue 12: Risques et réponses
Volume 6-Issue 11: La guérison, la souffrance et l'intégralité :
Volume 6-Issue 10: Détermination, force et pouvoir
Volume 6-Issue 9: Respecter le handicap tout en mettant l’accent sur la capaclté
Volume 6-Issue 8: Une table à l'ombre
Volume 6-Issue 7: Conseils adaptés aux beaux jours d'été
Volume 6-Issue 6: Oser parler
Volume 6-Issue 5: AïE! Comment la compréhension de la douleur peut devenir un avantage quand il s’agit de soutenir les personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle
Volume 6-Issue 4: Les voix d’un voyage silencieux
Volume 6-Issue 3: La revue internationale
Volume 6-Issue 2: SPW: Vivre au-delà des initiales
Volume 6-Issue 1: Chacun peut s’exprimer
Volume 5-Issue 12:L'art de tenir l'espace
Volume 5-Issue 11:sss Vol 5 Issue 11 - FRENCH
Volume 5-Issue 10: Soute En cas d’urgence, veuillez lire : Idées et stratégies pour soutenir les personnes atteintes de déficiences intellectuellles qui reçoivent des soins d’urgence
Volume 5-Issue 9: Soutenir la prise de décision éclairée : ce que tout professionnel de soutien direct devrait faire!
Volume 5-Issue 8: La vie dans le quartier: Comprendre la surveillance dans la collectivité
Volume 5-Issue 7: Le bilan de santé: Qu'est-ce que c'est et que doit savoir le personnel?
Volume 5-Issue 6: Le Pouvoir Du «Non»
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Volume 5-Issue 5: Stimulons les idées : Clés de la réflexion axée sur la personne
Volume 6-Issue 12: Risques et réponses
Volume 6-Issue 11: La guérison, la souffrance et l'intégralité :
Volume 6-Issue 10: Détermination, force et pouvoir
Volume 6-Issue 9: Respecter le handicap tout en mettant l’accent sur la capaclté
Volume 6-Issue 8: Une table à l'ombre
Volume 6-Issue 7: Conseils adaptés aux beaux jours d'été
Volume 6-Issue 6: Oser parler
Volume 6-Issue 5: AïE! Comment la compréhension de la douleur peut devenir un avantage quand il s’agit de soutenir les personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle
Volume 6-Issue 4: Les voix d’un voyage silencieux
Volume 6-Issue 3: La revue internationale
Volume 6-Issue 2: SPW: Vivre au-delà des initiales
Volume 6-Issue 1: Chacun peut s’exprimer
Volume 5-Issue 12:L'art de tenir l'espace
Volume 5-Issue 11:sss Vol 5 Issue 11 - FRENCH
Volume 5-Issue 10: Soute En cas d’urgence, veuillez lire : Idées et stratégies pour soutenir les personnes atteintes de déficiences intellectuellles qui reçoivent des soins d’urgence
Volume 5-Issue 9: Soutenir la prise de décision éclairée : ce que tout professionnel de soutien direct devrait faire!
Volume 5-Issue 8: La vie dans le quartier: Comprendre la surveillance dans la collectivité
Volume 5-Issue 7: Le bilan de santé: Qu'est-ce que c'est et que doit savoir le personnel?
Volume 5-Issue 6: Le Pouvoir Du «Non»
Volume 5-Issue 5: Stimulons les idées : Clés de la réflexion axée sur la personne
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Volume 9-Issue 5: Tráfico Humano y Gente con Discapacidad Intelectual – Manteniéndose ‘lo más Seguro Posible’
Volume 9-Issue 4: Tragarse el Orgullo
Volume 9-Issue 3: Entrar en el Papel de Profesional de Apoyo Directo
Volume 9-Issue 2: Mirando Atrás: Mirando al Futuro – Celebrando nuestra Centésima Publicación
Volume 9-Issue 1: La Discapacidad Como Existe en una Cultura de Bullying y Violencia Social: Lo que Pueden Hacer los Profesionales de Apoyo Directo Para Ayudar
Volume 8-Issue 12: Sepsis: ¿Qué es? ¿Qué tan grave es? ¿Qué pueden hacer los DSPs?
Volume 8-Issue 11: El Acto Bondadoso: Un Reto para los Profesionales de Apoyo Directo
Volume 8-Issue 10: Cuando Hay Muerte en el Trabajo: Trabajar Con y Por el Proceso de Duelo
Volume 8-Issue 9: Proyecto La Maquinaria del Cuidado de la Salud
Volume 8-Issue 8: El Hábito de la Jerarquía: Poder Privilegio y Prestigio
Volume 8-Issue 7: Las 21 Lecciones para apoyar gente con discapacidades: Lecciones 15-21
Volume 8-Issue 6: Las 21 Lecciones para apoyar gente con discapacidades
Volume 8-Issue 5: Las 21 Lecciones para apoyar gente con discapacidades
Volume 8-Issue 4: Consejos para Facilitar el Cuidado Dental
Volume 8-Issue 3: Cuando Neeesite
Volume 8-Issue 2: La Comunidad Alfabeto
Volume 8-Issue 1: Siguiendo la Pasión
Volume 7-Issue 12: Liderazgo: Botes en el Puerto
Volume 7-Issue 11: Manteniéndose a Flote Mientras se es Atacado:
Volume 7-Issue 10: Apoyando gente con IDD a medida que Envejecen
Volume 7-Issue 9: Sobre ser un Asistente Educacional
Volume 7-Issue 8: El Problema de Agosto: Desarrollando Liderazgo Personal
Volume 7-Issue 7: Toc-Toc, ¿Quién es?
Volume 7-Issue 6: El poder en “Mi”
Volume 7-Issue 5: Construyendo Jardines, Habitaciones y Kits Sensoriales
Volume 7-Issue 4: Las Tres Caras de la Integración y la Inclusión
Volume 7-Issue 3: Date prisa y espera tu turno
Volume 7-Issue 2: Síndrome de Deleción 22q11.2 (22q)
Volume 7-Issue 1: Reflexiones desde el otro lado de la judilación
Volume 6-Issue 12: Riesgos y Respuestas
Volume 6-Issue 11: Sanación, Heridas y Plenitud:
Volume 6-Issue 10: DETERMINACIÓN, FUERZA Y PODER:
Volume 6-Issue 9: Respetar la Discapacidad para Centrarse en la Capacidad