For nearly 60 years, Easterseals has been the indispensable resource for people and families facing disability. We believe that anyone facing a disability can reach their potential and our diverse programs and services support this belief. Throughout the Greater Waterbury, Central and Northwest CT communities, we strive to provide a broad network of services including school readiness education, early intervention, rehabilitation services, behavioral therapy services, vocational services and audiology services. These services assist children, adults and their families to live, learn, work and play as integral members of the community. Easterseals 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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This Valentines Day please remember share the love with Easterseals! Every time you shop on Amazon Smile, a portion of your purchase will go to Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center. Thank you for your support!
E&CS at Waterbury Hospital
Employment and Community Services partners with Waterbury Hospital on new projects!
This partnership is a volunteer opportunity that will be on-going and happen a few times a year.The work consisted of helping with an important mailing. This was an excellent opportunity for individuals to gain vocational skills in a community setting.
annual meeting, awards, ambassadors, board members
Please click above to browse our Annual Report that was presented at the Annual Meeting on October 17, 2017. Thank you to all who attended and congratulations to our new board members: Robert Stabile, Liberty Bank and Atty.Tamara Nyce, Carmody Torrence Sandak & Hennessey.
Voting has begun for the 9th Annual Community Awards Program so please help us earn grant money! We will receive a $25 donation from the Ion Bank Foundation for every vote we receive! You can vote until 3/31/18.

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Because of the support of our donors, volunteers and employees, we’re proud to serve approximately 4000 individuals in over 30 towns with disabilities and their families. From therapy and early intervention services, to employment placement, we help infants, children and adults with disabilities be at their best as they live, learn, work and play.
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