Epic Stakeholders we want to provide you with some updates on Epic and our services.
Over the last few months, it has been so good to see people returning to services – either in-person or remotely. Many have been able to return to their jobs. Others are looking for new employment. Many are participating in new volunteer and other life enrichment activities. We have a growing number who are taking advantage of Epic’s remote services. Besides staff connecting individually with clients, we offer 50 classes per week, scheduled throughout the day with a menu of options including Current Events, Musical Shares, Story Hour, Travel Tours, Art, Music, and Self Advocacy. Virtual classes are a great way to stay connected when many of us feel lonely and isolated. These remote sessions also help Epic generate additional revenue during a time when we really need it to stay financially viable. All that is required to participate is an internet connection and computer, tablet, or phone. We can provide you with a tablet if you need one. If you are interested, contact Leah Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We continue to get updates from the Department of Human Services and the Department of Health regarding changes that we need to implement. The link below will take you to our newest COVID Preparedness Plan that includes those changes.
I am so proud to have a team of dedicated staff who have demonstrated dedication, creativity, and flexibility through these challenging times. They are an amazing group of people! Thank you to our Epic families and friends who have remained patient and supportive throughout the uncertainty of the pandemic.
If you have questions or concerns, you can contact the staff who oversee your individual services or me at email@example.com.