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Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.

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Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in childhood, affecting one in every 500 live births. Easter Seals pediatric therapists provide comprehensive, individualized treatment plans. WE Are Here!!
Easter Seals has invited Dr. Louise Spierre, MD, Pediatric Physiatrist with UF Health - Jacksonville, to present "Spasticity Management: Latest Treatment Techniques and Strategies" on Thursday, October 22, 2015. Must RSVP.
We are excited about hosting our fall parent engagement event, the Fall Festival on October 21st! Food, Games, Crafts & More! Come Join the Fun!!!!
Doug Booth, Executive Director of United States Tennis Association (USTA) Florida, was honored with the 2015 Lily Award by Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Counties recently at the Easter Seals Annual Meeting in Daytona Beach.
Children from birth to 36 months, that are suspected to have developmental delay or who are diagnosed with a condition likely to cause developmental delay can contact our local Early Steps office to make a referral at (386) 873-0365.

Back to School Supply Drive - Can you or your group help?

CDC Charter Wish List

Here's a quick list of items that are needed for our CDC/Charter children in the fall. Or, donate a financial gift today!


Medical equipment available at the Equipment Loan Closet

Equipment Loan Closet Flyer

Need medical equipment?  Come to the Equipment Loan Closet.  If the item requested is available, use it for six months or longer at no charge.  Call 386-944-7821 or submit your request online at www.esvf.org/loancloset.  Donate your unused medical equipment.  Thank you!


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