EPI becomes a seven-time recipient of the Courier's Employers of Choice!
Historically, Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) served as caregivers for the individuals they supported. Leaving society with the perception that the DSP role was to "take care of" the day-to-day needs of those needing "taken care of".
After graduating EPI services, Maggie came back to provide services herself.
Join in on the celebration! The annual week-long celebration of direct support professionals (DSPs) takes place September 10 - 16, 2023.
"If you want to make a difference and want the opportunity to grow professionally, then EPI is where you'll want to be," shared Bonnie.
We must work together to ensure environments and facilities are available and accessible to people with disabilities.
Officially created in July of 2015 on the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), Disability Pride Month is a symbol of inclusivity and solidarity.
While we still have work to do, we're making some great progress. We're happy to share our early indicators are very promising. We've been able to reduce our DSP vacancy rate by half and holding steady. We'll continue to do everything in our power to retain our incredibly talented workforce.
We are so thankful for everyone who joined us for an unforgettable night for our ninth annual More Than You See benefit.
As we wrap up our very first quarter of our My Life, My Way supported community living service enhancement we celebrate how individuals have been living their lives - just like you and I do. Individuals are participating in the community in new ways and at a pace we have never seen before.
As our survey results come in, we work to share results throughout the organization, engage in honest conversations, and then we put together action plans.
Iowa will soon have three health insurance companies to help run its Medicaid program. Keep reading to learn more.
The staff and kiddos at EPI's Hawkeye Child Development Center - ALC took part in the "Week of the Young" celebration.
In an effort to help raise awareness for Autism Awareness month, Exceptional Persons, Inc. (EPI) has been challenged to a Jeopardy against One Vision, head quartered in Clear Lake.
EPI's Quality Improvement & Outcomes Director, Maghan Bowman, has been selected as American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR)'s Board of Representatives co-chair.
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