Nationally, Easterseals changes the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day. Locally, Easterseals Arc carries out that purpose by helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities succeed at home, at work, and at play. Easterseals Arc offers broad range of services including employment services, day programs, residential services, recreation, respite, and support in the community and at home.
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Our DSP pay now starts at $11/hr. with additional pay for experience & shift differentials. Visit our 'Careers' tab to find the right position for you! Full & part time with a variety of shifts available. We also offer training & competitive benefit package.
Sunday, December 10, 4-7pm, Glenbrook Square Mall. Presented by: Northeast Indiana Autism Connection and Glenbrook Square. Contact Susan Crowell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-609-8449 x333 for more information.
Sat, Nov. 18, at Mad Anthony Children's Hope House on Lutheran Hosp. campus. Ages 7-12 yrs. 10a-2p; jr. high 12p-3p; high school 2-4p. A fun workshop designed for brothers & sisters of children w/disabilities and/or spec. health concerns. Contact Sue 260-456-4534 x271 for info
Kroger is giving up to $2 million to non-profit organizations this year. Help us earn our share! Visit www.krogercommunityrewards.com to create an account with your Kroger Plus Card, enroll in the Comm. Rewards program and choose us as your organization. For more info 456-4534.
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Mark your calendar for Vino, Java & Jazz on Nov. 2, 2017! Enjoy food and drink samples while bidding on auction items to support Easterseals Arc.
A fun workshop for brothers and sisters of children with disabilities and/or special health concerns. 3 groups: grade school ages 7-12, jr high/middle school, and high school.