DSP's Making a Difference: Moses Aduny
As part of DSP Recognition Week, FADSP is pleased to recognize direct support professionals (DSPs) who are making a meaningful difference in the lives of the people they serve. Moses Aduny is one of those DSPs.
Moses Aduny has been a dedicated Quest, Inc. employee for two years. Moses is a great addition to the team at the group home. As a DSP, Moses cares for each client individually and sees to their personal needs. He can be seen motivating the individuals he serves to do more in the community, often taking a group of guys to church most Sundays.
Moses is an integral part of the team, acting as a DSP role model. He is known for never being late or called out for work. Moses interacts with each individual by working towards making a more meaningful day, for example, by teaching them to prepare food, make their bed, and brush their teeth.
Moses works in an all-male group home that serves individuals 23 to 68 years old. He views each person he works with as a unique individual, giving specialized care based on their needs. In his two years with Quest, Moses continually takes pride in his work and seeks more responsibility by maintaining vehicle logs and adjusting his schedule in order to meet the needs of the home.
Moses works well with his peers on a consistent basis and is often praised by his peers for being a team player. His peers speak highly of him. They note he always helps out when needed, exhibits a high quality of work on shift, and is focused on the mission of the organization. He is a big proponent of choice amongst the individuals he serves, encouraging them to make daily choices and has even switched days in order to take a group of guys to church when they specifically requested him. Moses is an essential component to not only the group home, but to Quest, Inc. as a whole.
Thank you Moses for your continued service to the individuals served at Quest, Inc.!