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Watch the latest videos and PSAs featuring Easter Seals families and hear what the experts are saying about early intervention.
VideoSince 2006, the CVS Caremark All Kids Can program has invested $2.3 million to advance Easter Seals work in early intervention and autism services. Our friends at CVS Caremark know what’s possible when kids like Kyle get the support they need. Watch Kyle’s story:
Are you a Pandora listener? Check out these spots Easter Seals staffers created for Make the First Five Count. They're airing on Pandora.
Awareness by Zack*
Audio script: Did you know that Easter Seals helps little kids in your community with disabilities and special needs? With early intervention from Easter Seals during the first five years of life, kids can get the help they need. Learn more at “make the first five count dot org."
Petition by Chelsey*
Audio script: Without the help they need when it matters most, kids with disabilities like autism can fall behind in school and never catch up. Join me and Easter Seals to tell Congress to invest in young kids’ futures. Sign the petition at “make the first five count dot org.”
Referral by Charmain*
Audio script: Did you know that Easter Seals helps little kids with developmental delays start school ready to learn? If there’s a young child in your life who might need extra help, visit “make the first five count dot org” to learn more.
Referral by Katie*
Audio script: Hey, did you know that Easter Seals helps little kids with developmental delays start school ready to learn? If there’s a young child in your life who might need extra help, visit “make the first five count dot org” to learn more.
Listen to our Audio News Release* featuring Eileen Howard Boone, Senior Vice President of Community Relations for CVS/Caremark.
ANNOUNCER: One in one hundred and ten children has autism, but most aren’t diagnosed until age five. Twenty percent of families have children with special healthcare needs, yet we fail to identify one-and-a half million at-risk kids each year. Knowing the signs of developmental delays are crucial. When kids get the right treatments before age five, they’re ready to start school and learn alongside their peers. Eileen Howard Boone, Senior Vice President of Community Relations for CVS/Caremark:
EILEEN HOWARD BOONE: We recognize that the first five years of a child’s life are so important as they significantly shape a child’s future. Since 2006, through our CVS Caremark All Kids Can program, we have invested more than two million dollars to advance the work Easter Seals is doing in early intervention and autism services because we know what’s possible when kids get the support they need.
ANNOUNCER: Early intervention services have been under-funded for years, even though they’re incredibly effective. Join Easter Seals and speak out at Make the First Five Count dot org. I’m John Driden.
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