We work hard, we work together, and we're focused on putting people first.
We recently asked our staff, "What does it mean to you to be a Direct Support Professional?". Read what Wilson Oburra, DSP 4, had to say.
Help make a difference in the lives of many and join us for EPI's Walk-In Interviews event on Tuesday, June 4.
Read how Thomas Wemlinger, DSP 4 of 12 years, has turned an old Christmas tradition into his new tradition.
Direct Support Professionals are truly the backbone of EPI. And for that, we thank you.
Congratulations are in order for our Children and Family Services Director, Mary Janssen! She has received an Ovation award as one of the Iowa Women's Foundation Tributes.
What's a walk-in interview, you ask? It's a little like speed dating - we'll each get a good idea if this working relationship will be a good fit. Unlike speed dating, we'll spring for lunch. Want some more tips? We sat down with our HR Specialist (aka recruiter-extraordinaire) to get answers to your most frequently asked questions.
EPI employees and their family members now benefit from a partnership with Upper Iowa University.
Congratulations to Abby Getz, Ciara Oder, and Gwen Lewis, they have been nominated for the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) Direct Support Professional (DSP) of the year - a national recognition.
Because of my previous work experience, and the impact of DSPs that I see here at EPI every day, I have a deep respect and appreciation for those who choose to work as DSPs.
Nicole Ericson, Associate Program Director with EPI, was recognized earlier this week for her efforts to support Iowans with disabilities to exercise their responsibility to contribute toward self-sufficiency through work.
Each year, a week in September is designated as Direct Support Professional(DSP) Recognition Week to honor and thank DSPs everywhere. In honor of DSP Recognition Week 2015, we asked a few people, "What is a Direct Support Professional?"
This article from The Mighty titled, What They Don't Tell you About Working with Adults with Developmental Disabilities, was shared with me recently. I recommend this reading to anyone looking for a career filled with purpose and meaning.
What is a Direct Support Professional? In the words of a person served, "She is there when I need help." Another person goes on to say, "She pushes me to be the best person I can be."
Direct Support Staff (DSPs) are the true backbone of the organization, showing everyday their willingness to go above and beyond to support the individuals served.
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