For nearly 100 years Easterseals has been the indispensable resource for people and families challenged by disabilities. Now as America faces a broad range of new issues, we make a major positive life-changing difference in the lives of people and families facing today's disabilities. Easterseals Western and Central Pennsylvania provides exceptional programs and services, in 47 Pennsylvania counties, to ensure that people with disabilities or other special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
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Don’t miss our annual Duck Race at Applefest! Ducks are only $5 and will be sold all weekend leading up to the Sunday, October 7th, race. Get your Duck today by calling Rebekah at 814-437-3071! Ask about breakfast with the “Duck!”
Come hear The Nied’s Hotel Band and Spectrum, a band fully comprised of musicians on the Autism Spectrum, take on disability as they rock the night away. Doors open at 5:00PM. Tickets cost $35. November 15 from 6-9PM at Eliza in Hotel Indigo. Please join us!
Alice said, “Well that was the silliest tea party I ever went to! I am never going back there again!” Well Alice may not be going to the tea party, but she will be at The Wonder Ball on October 20, 2018! Join her and enjoy dinner, dancing and live music.
Please join us on October 17, 2018 for fabulous Mexican Cuisine at Emiliano's - 20111 Route19, Cranberry Township, 16066. Print a copy of the flyer and present it to your server. ESWCPA will receive 15% of the sales associated with the flyer. Provecho!
At our Adult Training Facility, consumers talked about what was needed for a fishing trip and then proceeded to hand make all the necessities. Tackle boxes, fishing rods, colorful fish, gummie worm bait and more. Then it was fishing time. It was a great "Indoor Outing."
Services - Western Pennsylvania Division
Our Western Division offers a wide variety of programs and services for individuals living with disabilities or other special needs. Programs range from direct care to schooling programs to medical services. To learn more about the programs and services our Western Division offers, click “Go.”
Our Central Pennsylvanian offices provides equal opportunities for individuals of all ages to thrive in our communities. Services include therapeutic recreation programs, residential and respite camps, sign language interpreting services, military family programs, and a child development center. Click “Go” to learn more about our Central Division.