Sunflower relies on its many community partners to help
provide it's services.
These partners include:
- Businesses and Manufacturing concerns through who we
provide employment opportunities.
- Therapists and Health Care
Provides who assist in the meeting those needs of the
persons we serve.
- Clubs and Organizations,
Churches, and other Community Groups who offer both
financial and volunteer support.
- Local Citizens who believe
in recycling and who consequently provide both jobs and
income for Sunflower and the persons it serves.
- Donors who believe in the
Sunflower Difference and who share their resources to
support what we do.
Sunflower is able to offer a
variety of specific services through a number of these
partners, such as:
- Equine therapy through Reins
- Recreational activities
through the Great Bend Recreation Center.
> Are You Interested in Employment with Sunflower?
Sunflower is always in need of qualified personnel
to support individuals with developmental
- Sunflower offers a $200 after-tax bonus following
completion of all required initial training.
- Sunflower offers a competitive wage, with
increases of $0.10 at the successful completion of
the initial 90-day benefit waiting period along with
a $100 after-tax bonus.
- Sunflower rewards employees with an increase after
6 months and increases on the anniversary date
thereafter based on years of service.
offers a group health insurance plan.
offers a retirement plan in which the agency
participates as well.
employees are able to access a number of other
medical and dental benefits through programs offered
to the agency.
Most of all, Sunflower offers an opportunity to make
a difference for people, assisting individuals with
developmental disabilities in becoming more
independent and productive in their community.
If you would like to find out more about a career
with Sunflower Diversified Services, please contact
Rhonda at (620) 792-1321 or email her.
> Can We Tour?
Sunflower welcomes tours at any time.
We believe the best way for the public to better
understand the potential of persons with disabilities is to simply
visit sites where that potential is being demonstrated.
Because of confidentiality requirements, we would
appreciate a call first to set a time for your tour, particularly if
it is a large group. However, we welcome individuals who just want
to drop in and gain a better insight into the types of services
available for persons with developmental disabilities. You will not
be disappointed with the information you gain.
Also know that Sunflower staff are always available for
presentations to clubs, organizations, church groups, or anyone who
just wants to know more about the services we provide. The best way
to schedule a presentation is to call (620) 792-1325 and ask for
Connie Oetken. Sunflower has a number of speakers available, and we
will meet your specific need for information on any topic you wish