.The Easterseals vision is a Greater Cincinnati where everyone experiences the pride of achievement and the security of belonging. We offer one-on-one attention to help people meet their work, social and other life goals. Services include:
Easterseals offers adults and seniors opportunities to live, learn, work and play as a vital part of their own community or neighborhood by helping them maintain the social and therapeutic relationships they value. These programs put hope within reach for adults with a developmental disability and persons experiencing forms of dementia or other disabling condition. For more information, call Keith at 513-347-1528
Opening Minds through Art (OMA) is a research based, ten years strong program founded by Dr. Lokon at Miami University. These weekly art-making sessions were originally developed for people with dementia, but are also beneficial for those with a developmental disability. OMA is a strengths-based art program for those with dementia and/or a disability. If you know anyone who may benefit from this program, or are interested in becoming a weekly volunteer, please contact Susan Mordigal at 513-382-2144 or email@example.com. Absolutely no art ability or experience necessary!
Adults with disabilities living in nursing homes that just need some support and assistance to return home. Transitioning to living at home can help reduce the amount of financial and emotional stress experienced by the individual. Easterseals can be the partner to make the transition as safe and efficient as possible. For more information, call Jeffrey at 513-441-8650.
We are committed to a successful transition to civilian life for Greater Cincinnati’s returning service men and women. With a partnership with Easterseals National and the Dixon Center, Easterseals offers a veteran's employment program, and education resources and networks.
Helping adults and younger adults with developmental disabilities make meaningful connections in their community. Participants are paired with a coach to reach personal goals such as paid employment, volunteer work, education, recreation, and relationship building. Learn more.
Finding sustainable employment is a challenge for many, but some face particularly profound barriers. People experiencing chronic un- or underemployment may lack the up-to-date skills, references, or connections to get them into a career. Others may have a blemish on their record hindering their job search. Still others may have difficulty getting their foot in the door because of childcare needs or transportation gaps. Easterseals offers skilled trade training programs and other opportunities for adults and younger adults, giving them the experience and connections they need to lay a strong foundation and build a promising career. Learn more.
Contact us for more information about adult services in the tristate community.