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Easter Seals Arc provides exceptional services to ensure all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. Stay connected! Sign up to receive news and special announcements.

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Wed., May 7, 6-7:30pm, Allen County Public Library, Main Library, Room A. This forum will address the complex facets of guardianships in relation to special needs & provides local resources for assistance. No cost to attend and no RSVP needed. For more info call Sue 456-4534 x271
Sat., May 17, 10am, Regal Cinema, Coldwater Crossing. Autism and other sensory disorders can make it difficult to enjoy movies in a theater, so join us for a lights up, sound down showing of 'The Amazing Spiderman 2' (PG-13). Seating limited. First come, first served.
Easter Seals Arc is upgrading their health & wellness focus by hiring a nurse practitioner, Kayla Bauman, to head up the new on-site clinic to offer better access & coordination for ESA's current consumers, which number over 1000. Look for it to be up & running in a couple mo's.
Make plans now for your teens to stay busy and safe during the upcoming summer break with Easter Seals Arc's Dream Teens program. This service is available for youth with disabilities, ages 13-18, Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm. To reserve a slot, call Malinda Stepp, 456-4534.

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Please join us October 24, 2014 for Vino, Java and Jazz. Enjoy a very special evening for a very special cause!



A fun workshop for brothers and sisters of children with disabilities and/or special health concerns. 3 groups: grade school/7-12 yrs., junior high and high school.


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