When Miles Reidy first toured The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Inter-generational Center, he was immediately struck that the facility provided care for adults, seniors and children. “It’s such a smart idea,” Miles says. “It was clear that Easter Seals had figured out something.”
Easterseals received a grant of $18.6 million over 5 years plus $3.3 million for start-up to serve 218 children annually in a center-based program. Head Start programs promote school readiness of children ages birth to five from low-income families.
Curious about yoga? Want to increase strength and flexibility? Yearning to relax for a few minutes each day? Come join us for a free yoga session at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic in the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Inter-Generational Center in Silver Spring Maryland.
As we prepare for back-to-school season, I’m pleased to share a special guest blog from L’Ornya Bowie, Easterseals DC MD VA’s Senior Director of Child Development Operations. L’Ornya is an expert in early childhood education...
With the support of Capital One, the Easterseals Veteran Staffing Network (VSN) is helping veterans succeed on a national level. In the past year, the VSN has placed more than 300 veterans in meaningful employment.
This month participants of all ages made furry friends at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Inter-Generational Center in Silver Spring, Maryland. A whole litter of puppies came to visit participants, bringing joy to the day and smiles to their faces.
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