EPI along with their national association, American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR), takes this week each year to celebrate the amazing work of a Direct Support Professional (DSP).
Our longest serving employee retires after 44 years. Being curious how things have changed and how things have stayed the same, we sat down with Lin to find out.
For the last SEVEN years More Than You See has worked to connect with people and bring our vision to life. This year is no different.
Through our Host Home Services, EPI helps people with a variety of needs find a supportive, family-like setting where they can gain independence and form strong, lasting friendships.
The Hawkeye Child Development Center (HCDC) - ALC is taking part in an on-going leadership training to help grow skills and provide the best possible care.
You are an important person in the life
of someone we serve. That's why we ask for your feedback on a regular basis to see how we're doing.
We can happily announce, EPI's Human Rights Committee officially launched with the new year.
EPI workforce, health care professionals invited to receive the COVID-19 vaccine through community partnership.
Needs can be fulfilled on EPI's website from November 9 through December 18.
The holidays are quickly approaching and with that in mind we would like to offer a few suggestions along with resources to help keep you safe while connecting with your loved ones this year.
For years Exceptional Persons, Inc. has made it an absolute priority to advocate on behalf of our staff for better pay and professional opportunities, because what you do matters.
With the election nearing, we wanted to interview an EPI employee who spent some time as an election poll worker. See what she had to share on how she started this journey, what ways you can vote, and what to expect.
Persons served enjoy any opportunity to give back to their community and they understand that right now everyone needs a little help cheering up.
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.
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