As a society we need to be critically invested in making sure organizations like EPI stay healthy for the people they support. We must continue to share their stories and tell our lawmakers they can no longer overlook people with disabilities and the critical services they rely upon.
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.
Exceptional Persons, Inc. (EPI) to explore developing partnership with long-term collaborator, One Vision, head quartered in Clear Lake.
While voting at the polls can present challenges to some people we serve, it is our duty to make sure they can still do so.
Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) is causing a lot of uncertainty among people with disabilities and the providers of supports and services on which they rely. The good news is that you can be part of the solution in one easy step!
Proposed DOL Overtime Exemption Rule is Simply Solving the Wrong Problem
Creating new issues in its wake
This regulation, threatens to be the straw that breaks the camel's back for many providers like EPI who are already seriously challenged by a myriad of federal, state, and local unfunded mandates.
EPI's very own Chris Sparks has recently become the President of the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) Board of Directors.
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.
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