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Read more than 140 stories we've collected here from parents of children with disabilities and from adults and seniors with disabilities in the Easterseals family who depend on Medicaid for their health, independence and well-being. And join more than 2000 people who have already voiced their concern by signing our petition.

Latest news

Food Lion Launches Annual Easter Seals Shop & Care Fundraising Campaign to Assist Children and Adults with Disabilities

Food Lion has launched its annual Easter Seals Shop& Care fundraising campaign, aimed at raising millions of dollars to assist children and adults with disabilities in Food Lion’s more than 1,100 stores. The campaign will run February 13 through March 12. Read more

The Avril Lavigne Foundation Brings Fun to Kids & Youth with Disabilities

The Avril Lavigne Foundation announced the expansion of the Avril Lavigne Rockstar Clubs at Easter Seals into 10 markets in the U.S. and Canada to support much-needed recreational programming for kids and youth with disabilities to just be kids, explore their talents, make friends and have fun. Read more

Easter Seals Statement on The Fiscal Cliff Deal

Easter Seals is pleased the President and Congress have come to an agreement to avoid going over the “fiscal cliff,” averting devastating across-the-board cuts to federal programs and many of the scheduled tax increases. This agreement begins the path to addressing our nation’s fiscal issues without negatively affecting people with disabilities and their families. Read more

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