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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Physical therapy services focus on preserving, developing and restoring physical function that may have been lost due to injury, disease, aging or congenital abnormality. Based on an initial assessment, Easter Seals licensed physical therapists incorporate therapeutic exercise, physical agents such as heat or cold, mechanical and electrotherapeutic modalities, such as traction and electricity; assistive or adaptive devices, such as walkers or bracing; and specialized manual techniques to encourage independence at work, home, school and in the community by:
Services may be provided in an Easter Seals outpatient clinic, child development center, or adult day program, as well as at home, at school, and in a variety of other care settings. State and federal laws determine referral requirements and funding opportunities.