Easter Seals Massachusetts provides essential programs and services to children and adults with disabilities throughout the state. Our mission is to ensure that children and adults with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.
Our occupational, physical and speech therapists, assistive technology specialists, as well as our youth employment and transition teams, are experts in their fields and provide services in a wide range of settings.
Easter Seals MA also has a passionate public affairs department, which actively advocates and participates in local disability policy, state legislation, and community activism to create maximum opportunities and fairness for all people living with disabilities.
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Find out how Easter Seals Assistive Technology Program is helping Lucas develop speech. Lucas has a dual diagnosis of Autism and Williams Syndrome leaving him without typical verbal skills.
After receiving an assessment from Easter Seals, Lucas received an iPad allowing him to effectively communicate with his family, peers, and teachers
Easter Seals MA focuses on the full potential of every person rejecting harmful stereotypes and assumptions about people living with disabilities. Easter Seals MA has been leaders and experts in disability services for 75 years. Since 1944, our vision is that all people with disabilities are empowered to reach their full potential.
Easter Seals services help people of all ages with all kinds of disabilities -- individuals disabled through illness, accident or aging, developmental, intellectual, as well as people born with disabilities.
Easter Seals serves people at more than 100 sites in communities all over Massachusetts, including Technical and Training Centers in Boston and Worcester.
The goal of all Easter Seals services is to help people live as full and independent lives as possible, right in their own communities.
Easter Seals' supporters in Massachusetts include nearly 110,000 individuals, foundations, corporations, small businesses and service clubs.
86% of all money raised for Easter Seals in Massachusetts goes directly to serve people with disabilities in the Commonwealth.