Tag Archives: meaningful employment opportunities for individuals with epilepsy

EPI-HAB Partners with MedAire to Provide Warehousing and Storage for Large-Scale Project

For decades, EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. has helped businesses of all sizes overcome challenges with growth and logistics.  The company saves partners time, money and space with its hand labor solutions, including mailings, inspection/cleaning, assembly and custom packaging, storage and order fulfillment. Since January, the organization has overseen a variety of projects at its facility, including an exciting new partnership with MedAire. As an international SOS […]

Summer Updates at EPI-HAB

It has been a busy summer of strategic planning at EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. The organization’s leadership staff has been hard at work securing new partnerships to ensure a bright future and better opportunities for its employees. Additionally, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, whose work has long been supported by EPI-HAB, unveiled exciting surgical advancements in the treatment […]

Updates & Advances in Epilepsy Treatment

Epilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that is characterized by recurring seizures. The diagnosis is established when a person experiences two or more unprovoked seizures separated by at least 24 hours. The complex disorder affects people of all ages, races and ethnicities and can oftentimes be unpredictable. Some individuals with epilepsy have multiple seizures every […]

EPI-HAB Customer, Tuft & Needle, Merges with Industry Giant

In August, EPI-HAB customer Tuft & Needle announced they are merging their six-year-old company with long-standing mattress maker Serta Simmons Bedding (SSB). Founded by engineers to serve price-conscious consumers, Phoenix-based Tuft & Needle is one of the nation’s leading direct-to-consumer sleep product companies. Its mattresses sell for as little as $350, and like its bed-in-a-box […]

Phoenix Children’s Hospital Brings Revolutionary Epilepsy Treatment to Patients

Epilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that is characterized by recurring seizures. The diagnosis is established when a person experiences two or more unprovoked seizures separated by at least 24 hours. The complex disorder affects people of all ages, races and ethnicities and can oftentimes be unpredictable. Some individuals with epilepsy have multiple seizures every […]

EPI-HAB Funds Summer Camp Tuition, “Techie Camp” Tuition and “Cops for Kids” with Recent “Six Decades of Service” Donations

It’s been a busy month at EPI-HAB! In addition to its $5,000 gift to Ryan House at the beginning of April, several “Six Decades of Service” donations were made to worthy causes over the past couple of weeks.   Donation 1: Lura Turner Homes Summer Camp Tuition First, EPI-HAB paid the Lura Turner Homes (LTH) […]

EPI-HAB Becomes Youth Program Sponsor of Area’s Oldest & Largest No-Kill Animal Shelter

To commemorate 60 years in business, EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. is donating a total of $60,000 to local nonprofits in the coming months. To-date, EPI-HAB’s “Six Decades of Service” celebration has included giving a $6,000 gift to Lura Turner Homes, a $3,000 check to The Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona, $10,000 in support of tumor and epilepsy […]

5 Facts You Should Know About Epilepsy

  November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month. Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disease in the U.S., yet it remains misunderstood by many. Below are five facts everyone should know about epilepsy.   Epilepsy is a neurological disorder. Epilepsy is a neurological disorder in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures or periods of […]

EPI-HAB Employee Fulfills 30-Year Dream of U.S. Citizenship

Esthela Moran, an employee with EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc., is all smiles these days. Thirty years ago, Esthela left Mexico, the only home she had ever known, and embarked on an adventure to the United States for a chance at a better quality of life. Esthela says she grew to “love everything about the United States,” […]

Proposition 206: What Does It Mean for EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc.?

EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. faces a big question in 2017: As Arizona’s controversial new wage rule kicks in, will this nonprofit company employing the disabled continue to thrive…or struggle? The passing of Proposition 206 is great news for Arizona workers, but many business owners fear varying degrees of fallout, including an increase in automation, job loss […]