We help developmental disabilities providers attract and retain great DSPs with communication that motivates!

The DSP Magnet™ Process helps end the DSP hamster wheel of recruiting, hiring, and retaining Direct Support Professionals, as well as engaging donors and serving more people—all with digital tools and systems that save you time and money.

Sound familiar?

  • We're wasting a lot of time and money training new DSPs… Then watching them quit in 6 months or less.
  • We can't afford any more overtime—especially since it's burning out our best people.
  • We used to have 10 applicants for 2 jobs. Now we have 10 jobs and only 2 applicants.
  • Our county board needs to transition to private and outsourced providers—fast.
  • Our web page, social media, and emails just aren't "connecting" with people anymore.

At Blitz Media Design, we understand the challenges faced by the Intellectual Developmental Disabilities community. Whether you need to recruit DSPs or are a county board mandated to transition to private care, our expertise can help.

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Upcoming Presentations

Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Workshop: Creating a DSP Magnet
Location: Muskingum County Library, 220 N 5th St, Zanesville, OH 43701
Thursday, July 25th

Association of Residential Resources in Minnesota
Webinar: Increase DSP Job Applications Online
Friday, August 23rd at 10:00 am (Central)

The Providers' Council (Massachusetts)
Webinar: Increase DSP Job Applications Online
Wednesday, September 5th at 10:00 am

Ohio Provider Resource Association
ADVANCE Leadership Training: Start with Why by Simon Sinek
Thursday, September 26th

See the rest of the schedule

Testimonial

“We submitted our updated applicant-centered job postings to Indeed Friday afternoon in three service locations and received 173 applicants by Monday morning. Our posts garnered more views in 48 hours than we had previously experienced and we are excited to test the results of Blitz's more applicant-focused posting style!”

— Sarah Koenig, Path Forward of Kentucky