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Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati is changing the way the world views and defines disability. We are breaking down barriers to employment for people with disabilities, people facing disadvantages, and veterans. We are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workforce and community.

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Hillary Hammond
Individuals like Keith's daughter. Keith is our Manager of Adult Day Services, and he has two children with autism. He shares his own perspective on what is at stake with the current health care proposals that cut, cap, or block-grant Medicaid.
We can't know what the future will bring. But we do know that with your support, we will continue to be there for the individuals in Greater Cincinnati who need us. Make your gift to Easterseals serving Greater Cincinnati today, and be part of a future of inclusion and equity.
Frederic C. Shadley Hero
The Executive Director of Easterseals from 1976-1987, Frederic C. Shadley is considered a founding father of our organization. His family also became an integral part of the work we do, and we are proud to recognize the Shadleys as Easterseals Heroes.
Building Value Decon
Help the bottom line of your home renovation by hiring Building Value's deconstruction crew. They'll carefully salvage cabinets, lumber, appliances and more. When you donate those items for resale, you may qualify for valuable tax deductions. Call 513-475-6783 for a free estimate
SkillsCon17 summary
As part of the new Career Connection program, Easterseals and WIB|BCW hosted SkillsCon, which brought together more than 50 employers looking to hire. Applicants ages 18-24 discovered the careers of tomorrow through meet and greets, hands on demos and more!

Building Value

Highlight Building Value

Our building materials reuse business provides job training in construction while offering a low-cost and green alternative to building materials. Visit our store at 4040 Spring Grove Ave. in Northside.


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