Recognizing that some of the folks enrolled in Kalix programs are vulnerable because of underlying health conditions, we are attempting to minimize exposure to COVID-19 by taking the following actions. Effective immediately, visitors to all Kalix locations will be restricted/limited as follows: No access to any Kalix location is permitted for anybody that has: -Fever, cough, shortness of breath -Traveled outside the country in the last 14 days -Exposure to known or suspected Coronavirus in the last 14 days In order to limit potential exposure, we request that all other visitors: -Consider other options to stay in touch or delay... Read More
Congrats to February's Employee Spotlight recipient, Gail Ogden. We appreciate your attentiveness to everyday opportunities that lead to increased independence for people enrolled in the Discovery program!
Congrats to January’s Employee Spotlight, Donna Wallin, and Team Spotlight Celeste Badke, Meredith, Pfennig, Misty Forman, Kelsey Tofteland, Brenda Just, and Robin Elliott. We appreciate the dedication you bring each day!
Minot, North Dakota –December 20, 2019 – Effective February 2020, the only products accepted and processed at the Kalix Recycling Center will be confidential documents and mixed office paper. Kalix will continue picking up confidential documents, public drop-off events will be scheduled occasionally, and drop-off may be arranged by calling 855-909-9729. January 31st will be the last day for regular hours. “The decision to downsize operations was based on a variety of factors, but the primary concern is the drop in commodity prices. It’s very painful to take this step, but we cannot afford to subsidize the program at this... Read More
The CQL workgroup set very ambitious goals designed to improve processes and services for people enrolled in Kalix programs. Every team member has been actively working on one of more sub-groups on each of the initiatives (using the discovery process in planning meetings, goal training and monitoring, POM training and monitoring, staff training initiatives, etc.), meeting regularly to report on progress and implementation. Each initiative is already having an impact, and will continue to strengthen our performance as an agency. Thanks to each team member for committing your time and energy to this project!
Although #NDEAM is over, we’re continuing the celebration year round. Meet Ray, who’s worked at McDonald’s for 32 years. Ray’s dedication and work excellence continues to show that he’s the right talent right now.
Although National Disability Employment Awareness Month is over, we’re continuing the celebration year round. Meet Ray, who’s worked at McDonald’s for 32 years. Ray’s dedication and work excellence continues to show that he’s the right talent right now.
Congrats to October's Team Spotlight- Ashleigh, Rhonda, and Mickie for facilitating a volunteer effort at the Hostfest. A fellow volunteer noted that she appreciated the support and encouragement from the team, which made it a great experience!