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President & CEO: Paul Medeiros, email@example.com, 508-751-6348
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The Easter Seals opened an assistive technology center in Worcester last week to help children and adults with disabilities explore and test technology to increase their independence.
Medeiros is the youngest CEO out of the more than 70 Easter Seals affiliates worldwide. He rose through the ranks over 14 years, starting as an occupational therapist.
Marshfield native Paul Foley presented an award at Easter Seals of Massachusetts' annual Evening of Empowerment in April.
Paul Medeiros, President & CEO of Easter Seals MA was recently published in Millennial Magazine. Millennial magazine is an image-centric digital platform for young adults.
Easter Seals Massachusetts names Paul Medeiros Presedent.
Damian Milton is in most ways an average 10-year-old, freckle-faced boy. He likes mac and cheese. He likes playing with his sisters, and he loves “All About That Bass,” by Meghan Trainor. You can tell he likes these things because his eyes light up when they’re mentioned.
Three years ago, Sandy Ho of Weston founded the Easter Seals Thrive program to provide young women with disabilities with the mentoring, social engagement and other support that she wishes had been available to her during challenging life transitions.
Local officials work hard to make sure the city is accessible to any resident, regardless of ability. Not too long ago, however, ther were not legal requirement for the covernment to accommodate people with disabilities - a point sure to be brought home by the 25th anniversary celebration of the lankmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on July 25 at Union Station.
Jim Brett wins Team Hoyt Award.
Easter Seals supporters walked through Springfield’s Forest Park Wednesday night, raising money to support people with disabilities. Hundreds of people participated in Easter Seals annual “Walk with Me” event.
Easter Seals will honor Nancy J. Bazanchusk of the Center for Human Development (CHD) in Springfield with its Emporwerment Award on June 18. She is being recognized as a leader, role model and mentor to teens and youg adults both with and without disabilities.
Easter Seals will honor Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital with its Empowerment Award on June 18 for the hospital's work with some of the most severly injure Boston Marathon bombing survivors.
Recognized leaders in the region, the two family-owned companies share many synergies as well as a sense of responsibility to the community. The powerful combination of Paradigm Benifits and Sylvia Group represents a strong client-focused alternative to large national companies with an impersonal approach.
Serve, spike, rotate. Anyone in a volleybal tournament knows what they need to accomplist in order to win. My team was playing in an Easter Seals Volleyball Tournament to raise money for a great cause last Friday night at Tewksbury Memorial High School.
Computer technology, including online access to information and software applications, has significantly impacted education and the way students learn.
Easter Seals presented Jake Louzan of Quincy with its 2014 Pioneer in Technology Award on March 18 at a reception in Boston. Easter Seals provides services for people with disabilities.
If the word "disability" sounds to most of us like something that you would wisper, listen closely - there's a group of young people out there for whom the wisper has become a roar.
Northeastern University doctoral student from Attleboro gave a special gift to some orphaned children in Ecuador during a semester break trip earlier this year.
Easter Seals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life’s challenges and achieve personal goals. So what do our clients and supporters value most about the organization?
Many thoughts were shared at our 2015 Evening of Empowerment highlighting the achievements of community leaders who help ensure equal opportunities for people with disabilities. The event took place April 30 at the Westin Boston Waterfront.
“I value the experience of networking and just showing the awareness of what Easter Seals does in our community.”
“They provide equal opportunities for young people with disabilities to live as independently as possible.”
“Thank you, Easter Seals, for helping individuals with disabilities maximize their potential in life.”
“They give everyone of all abilities the opportunities to live, learn, work and play.”
“Thank you, Easter Seals, for all the innovation you do and your helpful assistive technology in placing good people in good jobs. Bravo!”
“The opportunity to learn about what is out there in terms of helping people with disabilities have an opportunity to do the things in life that they like to do. Easter Seals is a great resource for that.”
“The amazing work they do to allow children and adults to live, learn, work and play.”
“As a special education teacher in the Newton Public Schools, it helps me to really balance out all ages of individuals with disabilities. Thank you!”