How Can We Help You?
For nearly 40 years, EPI has been providing a comprehensive range of services funded through the New York State Office of People With Developmental Disabilities .
From residential services to community and day habilitation to the growing Self-Direction Services, EPI is an expert in creating compassionate, tailored supports that help each person live the life of their choice.
people supported in Self Direction
hours of service provided annually
Families and Children
Raising a medically or behaviorally complex child can be extremely challenging for families.
EPI’s flexible supports, offered under the Home and Community-Based Services Children’s Waiver, provide families with children who are medically fragile, or have physical or medical disabilities, HIV/AIDS, or mental health disorders, with the right mix of services for their child to be successful at home, at school, and in the community settings of their choice.
place to go for coordinated care
children have complex chronic condition *
million US Children with special health care needs**
Living with chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, asthma or HIV/AIDS, or with mental illness or substance abuse, is challenging and it can affect many aspects of a person’s life.
EPI’s Health Home services for children and adults provide coordinated services to ensure that people with chronic health conditions live the healthy and productive life that they deserve. EPI’s Care Managers excel at working with a person’s entire healthcare team as well as providing support in other important areas, such as housing, food, transportation, and employment.
place to go for coordinated care
of connections to services
The impact of a brain injury is often life-changing for survivors, their families, and caregivers.
EPI offers counseling, training, and tailored programs for adults with brain injuries. EPI was one of the first agencies in New York to provide specialized Traumatic Brain Injury. We serve people with all types of acquired brain injuries, including stroke. Building on our expertise, EPI developed innovative and highly personalized services to assist people with their recoveries.
hours of care provided annually
traumatic brain injuries occur every day in NYS
seconds, someone in the US has a stroke
Epilepsy strikes most often among the very young and the very old, although anyone can develop epilepsy at any age. In the U.S., it affects 2.2 million people including 300,000 children under the age of 15. While medications and other treatments help, about half of those affected, will have seizures that severely limit school achievements, employment prospects and participation in life.
If you or a loved one has epilepsy, EPI can help. We have more than 40 years of experience supporting people with epilepsy and their families with epilepsy-specific programs.
people trained on seizure first aid annually
in 26 people in the USA have epilepsy
million people with epilepsy nationwide
EPI serves the Finger Lakes, Western, Southern Tier, Central New York regions. We are headquartered in Rochester and have offices in Syracuse and Binghamton.
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