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Direct Support Professional (DSP)


A Direct Support Professional (DSP) is a trained professional who provides support and assistance to individuals with brain injuries, also known as Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). DSPs help with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, and grooming, as well as providing transportation, medication management, and other forms of assistance. DSPs can also provide support with activities of daily living, such as meal preparation, laundry, and housekeeping. Additionally, DSPs can also assist in helping individuals with brain injuries to develop and maintain social skills and improve their communication. There are many resources available for individuals with brain injuries and their families, such as support groups, rehabilitation centers, and community programs.

ABI Resources works with multiple organizations, including DSS, DMHAS, WWP, CCC, CCCI, SWCAA, WCAAA, Allied, Yale, UConn, Gaylord, HFSC, and more to provide the best care for individuals.

ABI Resources’ commitment to creating an inclusive and supportive community for clients is well known. They offer a variety of team-building activities, social events, and volunteer opportunities to help clients stay engaged and connected with others. This not only helps clients recover from their injuries but also helps them build friendships, create social connections, and gain a sense of belonging.


Direct Support Professional (DSP)

An amazing opportunity to be a part of something much greater than ourselves, helping people become the best version of themselves.


These positions are very proactive, progressive and results-driven.



  • One / Two years of health care experience.

  • Experience administering behavioral treatment and care plans. 

  • Valid driver's license and car.

  • Super time management and organizational consistency.

  • Great Smart-Phone and Tablet skills

  • Background Check and Drug Testing - Before Hire

  • Dress Code adherence 

  • We require the Highest Standards of Care and Accountability.  


Experience helping people recover from:

  • Strokes

  • Concussions

  • ABI-acquired brain injury

  • TBI traumatic brain injury

  • Tumer 

  • Within community settings


Team members support people with:


  • Safety

  • Organization skills

  • Medical and therapeutic rehab homework.

  • Medication reminders

  • Social entertainment

  • Find meaningful employment

  • Money management

  • Social skills

  • All categories and activities of daily life.



  • Regular drug screening




We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. 


Purpose: Direct Support Professional (DSP) Independent Living Skills Instructors provide necessary instruction to clients so as to assist them with maintaining their independence and safety in the community.



1. Prepare teaching material for Independent Living Skills Training and Support Service sessions.


2. Schedule client session time and programming according to their Individual Service Plan and the training domains.


3. See individual clients in their homes to train, teach and provide support in: money management, nutrition, cooking, comparison shopping, emergency procedures, community awareness, mobility, laundry procedures, household management, sex/public health education, medical procedures, counseling and crisis intervention, and housing.


4. Provide training in rations determined by a current care plan, and in accordance with the least restrictive environment philosophy (1:1 staff: client ratio, unless otherwise specified).


5. Coordinate client training programs with other programs with which they are involved.


6. Complete daily activity report documenting direct hours spent with clients and submit to other Team Members such as supervisor(s) on the first day of the following month.


7. Keep client files up to date.


8. Assist client in coordinating with other programs, services and benefit systems, such as Social Security, AFDC, WIC, food stamps, counseling, etc.


9. Attend monthly staff meetings, and monthly individual meetings with Team Members.


10. Participate in Inter-Disciplinary Team meetings as requested.


11. Other Duties as assigned.


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