At the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center, people are our greatest strength! Relationships between therapists and the individuals they serve, between teachers and preschoolers, between staff and parents, and between volunteers and staff help children and adults with disabilities gain greater independence. Click here for stories of tri-state children & adults who are reaching for their dreams.

Local Easterseals Ambassadors
Each year, two individuals are chosen to represent the thousands of children and adults who receive services through the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center. These Ambassadors and their families share their personal stories with the community through personal appearances, sponsor activities, and the annual Easterseals Telethon. Meet 2018 Ambassadors Walker Vaught and Tim Bowling.

Board of Directors
A volunteer board of directors charts the path for the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center. These committed individuals give their time, talent, and expertise to help the organization reach its goals and achieve its mission.

Board chairman for 2018 is Ashley Babcock (Vectren).

Members of the Board's Executive Committee are: Paul Green (IBEW Local 16), Brian Hape (United Leasing), Brant Kennedy (Harding Shymanski), Wayne Kinney (Innovative Consulting Group), Dan Parod (St. Vincent), John Raisor (Fifth Third Bank), Jim Sandgren (Old National Bank), Matt Theby (Lensing Building Specialties), John Schroeder, Director Emeritus (Wabash/Crescent Plastics), and Kim Steele (Easterseals Posey County advisory council).

Also serving as Board Members are: Scott Albin (PCI Skanska, Inc.), Rob Bingham (German American), Scott Branam (Deaconess Cross Pointe), Todd Chamberlain (Republic Services), Jeff Helfrich (Kahn Dees Donovan & Kahn), Carol Hull (Community Volunteer), Shelley Kirk (WEHT Local / Local 7 WTVW), Steve Link (Gibbs Die Casting), Sara Miller (Old National Bank), Carlene Oliver (Evansville Psychiatric Children’s Center), Meghan Reffett (Berry Global), Scott Schroeder (Wabash Plastics), Ken Smith (Breck Logistics), Ben Trockman (Old National Bank), and Daniela Vidal (University of Southern Indiana).

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