EPI's eighth annual More Than You See benefit was another record-breaking year! We are so thankful for everyone who joined us for this unforgettable night in support of such an important cause.
EPI Feature in Waterloo - Cedar Falls Courier
Greetings! I wanted to share with you some of the "Bright Spots" I'm seeing here at EPI within my time as the Interim Executive Director.
A congratulations is in order for our very own, Program Manager Robert (Bob) Peck! Last week, Bob received the IACP Community Builder Award for 2022.
EPI is in an incredibly strong position for this leadership transition. We are financially and programmatically stable, we have talented and experienced leadership and service leadership staff in place, and our board is engaged and experienced.
Despite significant job gains over the past few months, many workers are facing higher levels of unemployment. As America's economy recovers, inclusion will be key to our success.
The last year has presented challenges, many unprecedented, and some without very good solutions. It has been very hard to make sense of our world. As oppressive and overwhelming as the problems have felt at times, there have been many shining moments and they continue to see us through.
The notable achievement indicates that EPI has strong organizational systems and practices that positively impact the lives of people with disabilities. Quality Assurances Accreditation is an important designation embraced by organizations that pursue the highest standards in the human services field.
We were recently gifted with a story sent to us from Thomas "Tom" Wemlinger, EPI direct support professional since 2006. Tom shares what began as just a sketched out idea in early 2020 ended up as the fulfillment of a dream for someone he supports.
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.
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