ANCOR and Relias Release the 2023 DSP Survey Report: Key Findings on DSP Satisfaction, Engagement & Retention

The 2023 DSP Survey Report dives deeper into themes uncovered in the 2021 survey, while also taking into consideration the lingering impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has had on direct support professionals (DSPs) and intellectual and developmental disability (I/DD) services.

The 2023 DSP Survey Report highlights feedback from 763 DSPs across the country on job satisfaction, supervision, career advancement opportunities, and appreciation and recognition.

Using this data, organizational leaders in I/DD services can inform policies for better working conditions that will increase DSP satisfaction and ultimately, positively impact the people whom DSPs serve.

Download the report to learn more about:

  • Overall trends and insights on DSP job satisfaction.
  • The difficulties DSPs faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The impact appreciation and recognition have on overall DSP job satisfaction, and the ways DSPs want to be recognized.
  • The benefits of creating career advancement programs and how they can help retain DSPs.
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