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.
We can happily announce, EPI's Human Rights Committee officially launched with the new year.
Check out these 7 resume building tips and tricks to help you stand out when applying at EPI!
EPI workforce, health care professionals invited to receive the COVID-19 vaccine through community partnership.
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.
Each year we take one week to celebrate and recognize our outstanding Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) and others like them throughout the world.
We are honored to have been selected for the 2020 Employers of Choice award - thank you to our team members.
Curious what it's like to interview and work at EPI? We've recently put together some of the most frequently asked questions from our Indeed page. Visit our Career Opportunities page to begin the process today!
“Every DSP has a purpose, a calling to do something to make a difference in the world, but some of us go through times that redefine our lives and our abilities to go much further than we ever thought possible and come out on the other side stronger for it. I would do it all over again if needed.”
On Friday, June 19, we will be hosting a "Walk-In" Interview event virtually to help maintain the health of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We work hard, we work together, and we're focused on putting people first.
We recently asked our staff, "What does it mean to you to be a Direct Support Professional?". Read what Wilson Oburra, DSP 4, had to say.
Help make a difference in the lives of many and join us for EPI's Walk-In Interviews event on Tuesday, June 4.
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.
Direct Support Professionals do the real work in organizations that provide community services. They help people acquire needed skills to live successfully, get jobs, develop social networks, and explore interests that turn into activities that lead to true participation and inclusion. DSPs are often the cultural guides that help people with IDD navigate their communities and find their places in them.
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