TREVOSE, PA - The CEI Group Inc. donated its One Second Advantage and Avoiding Distracted Driving lessons to help train some 100 employees of The Arc of Cumberland and Perry Counties (CPARC), a Pennsylvania community services organization.
CEI's online DriverCareTM training modules were given to CPARC residential service advisors at the organization's September 15 health and safety fair in Mechanicsburg, PA. The advisors provide transportation and other services for residents of CPARC's group homes for adults with developmental disabilities.
"We' just revised our driver policy to cover distracted driving, and this was a perfect way to train our drivers," said Lucy Zander, CPARC's director of community development.
About The CEI Group, Inc. (CEI)
CEI is a leading provider of technology-enhanced vehicle accident, driver safety and fleet risk management services. Its provider network consists of some 4,000 collision repair shops in North America, and includes 800 truck collision repair centers. Its customers include self-insured, commercial, institutional and government fleets, directly and through alliances with fleet leasing companies. CEI also provides vehicle direct repair program outsourcing to leading property and casualty insurance companies.
Founded in 1983, CEI has headquarters near Philadelphia, Pa., with field sales offices in Trevose, Pa.; Monroe, Mich.; Tulsa, Okla.; and Pittsburgh, Pa. In 2000, CEI launched DriverCare, a line of fleet risk management and driver safety services, including DriverCare Risk Manager, DriverCare mvrComplete, DriverCare Quarterly, and DriverCare Web-Based Training. For more information about CEI, visit www.ceinetwork.com.
About The Arc of Cumberland and Perry Counties (CPARC)
The mission of The Arc of Cumberland & Perry Counties (CPARC) is to provide support, training, and opportunities to people with intellectual disabilities and their families. CPARC empowers people to achieve their highest level of independence and become contributing, responsible and proud members of society. The Arc works to educate the public and to inspire public policy, and promotes the realization of a fulfilled life for all people.
CPARC provides services to approximately 1,700 people each year from Cumberland, Perry, Dauphin and York Counties. Programs and services include: advocacy, adult day care, child care, family education, residential services, and vocational training. Its main office is in Carlisle, PA.