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Exceed Enterprises needs your help to purchase a new bus

May 29, 2014

  Exceed Enterprises is launching a fundraising campaign to purchase a new 14-passenger bus with a wheelchair lift. The goal is to raise $60,000 for a bus so Exceed employees can transport people with developmental disabilities to employment opportunities and community inclusion events.   Exceed Enterprises needs a new bus because: • Opportunities for people… Read more »

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Chloe Goss finds her comfort zone at Panera Cares Community Café

December 23, 2015

Being employed at a place with care in the store name can only be a good thing. For Chloe Goss, who has Down Syndrome, working at Panera Cares Community Café, 4143 NE Halsey Street is a positive and uplifting experience. Every Monday from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Chloe is the dining room support person…. Read more »


Exceed Enterprises starts in-home care with new program called SAIL

December 15, 2015

Exceed Enterprises is expanding services to people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) by launching a new program called Supports Assisting Independent Living or SAIL. The program is designed to take personal care services right to the homes of people with disabilities. Sharon Dalton was hired to spearhead the program and work with anyone eligible… Read more »

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New Location for Work Futures Helps More People with Disabilities Find Employment

December 9, 2015

The Work Futures Program recent move to a new location, 4425 SE Milwaukie Avenue, provides clear separation from the Mallard Way facility, offers a more central location for the almost 70 individuals they work with and allows for future growth. Established in 2013, Work Futures staff helps adults with disabilities find and retain both customized… Read more »

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