When searching for the right employee, David wasn't the only one Kate interviewed, but she has been happy with her decision to hire him since.
Finding a job is a stressful task for most anyone, but Shane knew it's what he wanted to do in order to gain greater independence.
We provided education on Autism, specifically, what it means, what to expect, and most importantly, how to appropriately interact.
Check out the latest businesses to our growing list of business partners who employ persons served!
2016's More Than You See dueling pianos, silent auction benefit will be better than ever! New date, new location, new dueling pianos! This is an event you won't want to miss.
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.
In 2013, only 17.6% of persons with a disability were employed.* For persons served by EPI you helped countless persons with disabilities realize their dream to work in the community.
Amy's dream was to work with children. Like many of us, Amy experienced a number of challenges on her path to fulfilling her dream. She could have given up many times – instead she persevered. Now Amy's an inspiration to many – read on for her story.
In January the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) changed the definition of "community." Since then, they have issued a toolkit including technical guidance for the transition plans.
With this in mind, let's continue talking about how this affects persons with disabilities and our organization.
Senator Harkin recently made a visit to Doughy Joey's Peetza Joynt, a Cedar Falls restaurant that employs individuals with disabilities.
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