Changing the way the world defines and views disabilities by making profound, positive differences in people's lives every day.

Easterseals Washington has been providing crucial services for people with disabilities and their families for more than 70 years. Now, through 10 program sites across the state, we are serving people of any age and any disability - helping our clients build skills and access the resources they need to live, learn, work and play.

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Microsoft Ability Summit
Easterseals Washington President & CEO, Cathy Bisaillon, joined leaders from local disability service organizations and Microsoft employees in an interactive panel discussion at the 2018 Microsoft Ability Summit.
Jayden testimonial
When Renita returned to work after maternity leave, her son had medical needs that only a program like Angle Lake could meet. All Easterseals Washington Child Development Centers are fully-inclusive, caring for children with and without disabilities or medical needs side by side.
Camp Stand By Me Staff Appreciation Event
This year's Camp Stand By Me staff orientation was capped off by a fantastic staff appreciation event featuring games, skits, and great food. Thank you to The Partners Group and ESW board member Jordan Stair for making this event possible through a generous sponsorship!
Operation Family Caregiver
After one and a half years of successfully providing a critical support system to military
caregivers in Washington, Operation Family Caregiver is pleased that the program will continue for the next year at Easterseals Washington.

We're Hiring

We're Hiring Highlight

If you want to make an impact in the lives of children and adults with disabilities, consider a career at Easterseals Washington at one of our programs across the state. 

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Lights, Camera, Autism Inclusion!

Mack & Moxy Highlight

Mack & Moxy, airing on PBS nationwide, is America’s first kids show about causes. An upcoming episode features Charlie, a child with Autism served by Easterseals! 

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