To celebrate National Safety Month, all Danville employees are invited to participate in our campaign to “Spot The Not”. Please see the photos above and below of a staged room that is full of safety hazards. We will be emailing out a form (and making copies available in our offices) for you to write down… [Read More]
Recently I was in a conversation with some of Danville’s Staff Development team regarding the challenges we are facing as a company right now. We discussed the unprecedented staffing crisis, which has hit our industry especially hard. We talked about how the pandemic continues to rear its ugly head in the lives of those around us…. [Read More]
Happy Direct Support Professional week everyone!
Recently, our executive leadership had the opportunity to celebrate three incredible women who have the honorable distinction of reaching their 30 year anniversary with Danville! Tami, Val and Cathy have been bringing joy to individuals with disabilities in our Utah County region since our company was in its infancy! The impact they have made in… [Read More]
This last Tuesday we had the honor of spending the evening with two amazing women that have both reached the incredible milestone of working 20 years for Danville! Carolyn Gardner started with us in June of 2000, and Regina Lewis started in March of 2001, both in the key role of Direct Support Professional. It… [Read More]
Happy New Year everyone! While the pandemic continues to weigh heavily on all of us and threaten the health and wellbeing of individuals and employees alike, 2021 presents an optimistic future waiting for us on the horizon. Many of our folks have already started their vaccination regimen, including yours truly! Last Friday our Corporate Operations… [Read More]
Wow, what a year! Enthusiastically, this week we turn attention toward showering our beloved Direct Support Professionals (DSP’s) with gratitude for the invaluable care they provide every day to people with disabilities. This is a national week of recognition that occurs each September and this year it could not come at a more needed time…. [Read More]
This past weekend marked the fourth month since the Coronavirus (COVID-19) was officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Since March 11th, our lives have changed in ways that we could not have previously imagined. We have physically distanced from those we love, changed how we connect to others and temporarily sacrificed some… [Read More]