“Eprine found my son a great fit that made him feel comfortable,” says Nancy Tannis, mother of Ian Campbell and one of the first patients here at Eprine. According to her, Eprine matched her son Ian to a caregiver who fit like a glove. Her story is not alone, as she, like hundreds of other clients, believes Eprine to be a community service center where her loved one can form genuine bonds and get the care needed by a professional.
Eprine Community Services has been a staple disability center of the metropolitan area since 2017. We make it our mission to ensure that individuals receive the care tailored to their specific needs at home through the uses of strength-based clinical interventions and community-based support management strategies. At our organization, we try our very best to make sure our patients are left safer, happier, and more independent than when they first approached us. The story of Jalen Brewster, as told by his mother Teresa Watkins, is one of many such examples: “Jalen has been learning a lot with Eprine and he is feeling a lot better since we found you. Mr. Merrick (one of our many licensed staffers) works with Jalen and they have come a long way to help him become independent.”
To our readers, we are confident that these personal testimonies paint a sufficient picture as to the quality of work Eprine provides. We are here to care and help.
“I am overall very pleased with Mr. Casale and Eprine. I even want more hours for Mr. Casale to spend with Ian, and I am waiting for that day.” – Ms. Tannis