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

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What's New

EADS and ESW Merger
Adults with disabilities and their families need options, and that is just what our program expansion will provide. On October 17, Elder and Adult Day Services (EADS) and their 3 adult day health and recreation centers officially merged into ESW.
Community Swim at Camp Stand By Me
We have recently completed renovations to our indoor pool and re-opened our doors to the community! We have worked hard to develop a program that we can confidently manage while ensuring that it meets all of your needs.
Sensory-Friendly Halloween
For many children with autism, the holidays and the traditions that come along with them can be overwhelming at times. This year, keep these 8 tips in mind when buying costumes, trick-or-treating, and navigating the spooky world of Halloween.
Ride in El Tour de Tucson and fundraise for Easterseals Washington
Held annually the Saturday before Thanksgiving, El Tour is a fun adventure ride in Tucson, Arizona attracting over 9,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities from around the world! Visit our registration page and sign up for Team Easterseals Washington.
Outerwall Sound Garden
Last month, two volunteers from our partners at Outerwall, Inc. took time out of their busy schedule to make a huge impact at our Angle Lake Child Development Center in Seatac, where they built a "sound garden" for the children at the center!

We're hiring!

We're Hiring Highlight

If you want to make a difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities, consider a career at Easterseals Washington. View our current openings:


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! Learn more:


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