In the current state our world is in, we believe self-care is not only just as important as your physical health, but it is more important than ever before.
By supporting EPI with a gift to the greatest need, you can help protect critical services when funding gaps arise and ensure the stability of our DSP workforce during increasingly uncertain times.
Each year we take one week to celebrate and recognize our outstanding Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) and others like them throughout the world.
We are honored to have been selected for the 2020 Employers of Choice award - thank you to our team members.
Though handwashing seems pretty straight forward, there's actually so much more to it! Today we want to talk about, when, how, and why we wash our hands and what to do when soap isn't available.
Let's talk about face masks - how to properly wear one, when to wear one, and why is it so important?
Bringing you a "behind the scenes" look at how it's going with each COVID-19 precaution we are taking. Today we'd like to discuss social distancing - what is it, why is it so important, and how is it going?
Curious what it's like to interview and work at EPI? We've recently put together some of the most frequently asked questions from our Indeed page. Visit our Career Opportunities page to begin the process today!
Chris Sparks, EPI's Executive Director, has been appointed to serve on the national Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Technical Expert Panel.
“Every DSP has a purpose, a calling to do something to make a difference in the world, but some of us go through times that redefine our lives and our abilities to go much further than we ever thought possible and come out on the other side stronger for it. I would do it all over again if needed.”
Services will be available Monday - Friday, 7AM - 5PM. Contact us at 319-235-9058.
We must stand against hate and intolerance and violence. We cannot be silent. We want to do more to eliminate racism and discrimination in our culture and to help assure all are safe, welcomed and accepted into community.
As our communities continue to lift restrictions, we want to let you know how EPI is responding.
We continue prioritizing the health of the persons we serve, our families, and our workforce.
On Friday, June 19, we will be hosting a "Walk-In" Interview event virtually to help maintain the health of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I have been following The Courier's COVID-19 coverage and want to share the story of invisible but essential workers who are providing care and support for our neighbors with disabilities during this crisis.
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