Sandata Partners with ANCOR to Support Community Providers

Sandata is proud to announce that it is continuing Solana’s support of ANCOR as a Gold Partner. Solana has been an ANCOR Gold Partner since 2018 and now, as part of the Sandata family, the existing team has deeper access to resources to better address and meet the needs of ANCOR members.

“Solana has built relationships with I/DD providers for decades and we confidently carry those into our new home with Sandata,” said Executive Vice President Doug Nafziger. “There are so many parallels we have found in merging our teams, especially our personal commitment to serving the medically fragile through technology and innovation.”

“We are honored and excited to be serving the I/DD community,” said Tom Underwood, Chief Executive Officer of Sandata. “We look forward to continuing Solana’s relationship with ANCOR as a testament to our commitment to I/DD providers across the country—not only through the high-quality services we offer, but also by supporting advancement and innovation in the I/DD sector.”

About ANCOR: For 50 years, the American Network of Community Options and Resources has been a leading advocate for the critical role service providers play in enriching the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). As a national nonprofit trade association, ANCOR represents 1,600+ organizations employing more than a half-million professionals who together serve more than a million individuals with I/DD. Our mission is to advance the ability of our members to support people with I/DD to fully participate in their communities.

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