To fulfill someone's holiday wish may not seem like much sometimes, but for someone who may not otherwise receive a gift, it's everything. That single gift lets them know that someone in the community is thinking about them. And honestly, is there any better feeling than giving the exact gift on someone's list and making their day?
We work hard, we work together, and we're focused on putting people first.
Help make a difference in the lives of many and join us for EPI's Walk-In Interviews event on Tuesday, June 4.
EPI's 6th annual More Than You See benefit was a huge success! We had a record breaking year, and we are so grateful to everyone who joined us for a memorable night to support a very important cause.
Exceptional Persons, Inc. (EPI) to explore developing partnership with long-term collaborator, One Vision, head quartered in Clear Lake.
Groups within our Day Habilitation program volunteered for the third year in a row to support the Cedar Falls Schools Foundation.
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.
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.
Hawkeye Community College and Exceptional Persons, Inc. are partnering to create an innovative solution to the critical need for child care in Black Hawk County.
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!
As the ADA celebrates 25 years, let's remember just how far we've come while continuously working to keep breaking down barriers. Our speakers said it best...view the video here.
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.
More Than You See was created after learning of an actual situation we fear happens all too often.
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