The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) has awarded Barb Edsill of Exceptional Persons, Inc. (EPI) the distinction of Iowa's DSP of the Year.
After extensive review conducted by three surveyors over three days, Exceptional Persons, Inc. (EPI) has been granted re-accreditation for three more years...
Sharing an article we found at the National Crime Prevention Council.
Not since the turn of the century has the United States experienced as much diversity as in the last two decades. While this diversity has given our country its vitality and cultural richness, it has also caused some serious problems including racism, prejudice, discrimination, and lack of respect for one another. Today we have an increasing number of crimes motivated by hatred or bias.
The Exceptional Persons Foundation board of directors recently elected Susan Fangman as its new president. The vote came during the board's annual meeting in January.
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