During your free, no obligation consultation, we will guide you in developing a plan to best meet the needs of your organization based on your size, mission and vision. You choose which areas of business we can best assist you with, and we will assist you to draw up the strategy to help you achieve your goals.
Learning and Organizational Development
We provide high-quality training specifically tailored to the needs of those providing care and supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our customers include:
- Direct service providers
- Case Managers
- Host home providers
- Personal care workers
- Family care givers
- Supported employment
- And more!
Our courses incorporate all essential information necessary to ensure you have the training you need to satisfy state requirements and provide quality care to the individuals you serve.
Our offerings include:
- Abuse Prevention
- Defensive Driving (online)
- First Aid (online)
- HIPAA and Confidentiality (online)
- Individual Choice and Professional Communication (online)
- Individual Rights (online)
- Introduction to Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (online)
- Nutrition and Food Handling
- Positive Behavioral Supports
- Safety Care
- Service Plans and Documentation
- Universal Precautions (online)
We will soon be providing leadership and organizational development services for small to mid-sized companies.
These services will include:
- Leadership and Management training and coaching
- Board of Directors training
- Team building
- Strategy and planning
- Complete training administration (compliance tracking and reporting)
For more information about our courses and training services, contact Daniel Harcey at email@example.com or (303) 858-2076.
Daniel has twelve years of experience in the non-profit sector, including nine years with the Developmental Pathways family of companies. As the Director of Staff Development and Training, Daniel oversees employee onboarding training, leadership & management development, evaluation/assessment administration, and other talent management functions. Over the last twelve years, Daniel has spent three years providing direct support to individuals with disabilities, just under two years in business analytics/project management, and seven years in training and development. Daniel’s unique background in both the program and business aspects of non-profit administration has equipped him to model and implement ‘business with a heart’ talent management practices. Daniel holds a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell College.
Shauna has more than 15 years of experience in the field of leadership and organizational development in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. As the Associate Director of Learning and Organizational Development, Shauna oversees the implementation of strategic deliverables, including training programs, succession planning, coaching, assessments, workshop facilitation and more. Prior to joining NMSC, Shauna was an Organizational Development Consultant and Executive Director of a nonprofit organization in Oregon. Shauna holds a bachelor’s degree in Business and Communication from Oregon State University, and a master’s degree in Organizational Development from Antioch University of Seattle.