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To change the way the world defines and views disabilities by making profound, positive differences in people's lives every day.

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The Regional Celebration of Giving Telethon held Saturday, April 16, exceeded $200,000! The money raised provides services to over 3,272 children and adults with disabilities that Easter Seals Joliet Region serves annually.
Easterseals runs a variety of groups over the summer for children with special needs that have both a therapeutic component and a social, recreational side. Summer groups can be a great way to supplement traditional, school year therapies while providing your child with great fun
Easter Seals Joliet Region offers a weekly support group for persons who have had an acquired or traumatic brain injury. Support groups enable individuals to exchange ideas in a confidential atmosphere where both positive and negative views can be expressed without being judged.
Please enjoy our monthly newsletter from the Autism Spectrum Disorder Department at Easter Seals Joliet Region.
Work at special events, help with office duties, give a hand with grounds or building maintenance. These are just a few of the many things you can do when you volunteer. Stay for an hour or spend the afternoon. Call our Volunteer Coordinator, Teresa Summers @ 815-730-2052.

Our Events

golf spotlight

Our annual golf outing will be at Old Oak Country Club in Homer Glen.  The day will begin with registration at 8:30am and a Shotgun/Scramble at 9:30am. 

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Lovable Lilies Child Care

Child Care

Child Care is available for children ages six weeks to four years in our program. Inclusive childcare is provided in three learning environments at Easterseals main center located at 212 Barney Drive in Joliet, Illinois.

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