Easter Seals 2013 Youth Representative Auburn Smith is a nationally-ranked tennis player and aspiring musician who loves to travel. This active high school sophomore doesn’t let a disability get in her way.
Easter Seals job training participants and program staff from across the country recently met with key Congressional offices to discuss Easter Seals’ Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP).
Children develop skills, or "milestones," at their own pace. How is your child or grandchild doing?
Alice Meppen is delighted. She wanted to give back somehow to Easter Seals so that future generations of children and adults with disabilities could have similar opportunities.
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Each state has designed its own unique early intervention system to meet the needs of the children and families of its communities. This means the services covered and the amount that is paid may vary from state to state. To learn more about your state's early intervention program, visit the National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center Web site and find your state's lead agency contact information. You can then call the state or local office for more detailed information.
What About Insurance?
If you do not have insurance or if your insurance does not cover the service recommended, the state early intervention program should pay for the services included in your Individualized Family Services Plan (IFSP).