Easter Seals continues to offer help, hope and answers to children and adults living with disabilities and the families who love them, as stated in the letter from Easter Seals' Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in the 2011-2012 Annual Report. Today, Easter Seals carries our founder Edgar Allen’s vision forward, working with children and adults with disabilities to create solutions that change lives and to build a society where everyone is included. We invite you to review our annual report and see the results of your support.
Easter Seals is the leading non-profit provider of services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical and mental disabilities, and other special needs. We rely on family, friends and advocates, who are passionate about our vision to serve millions more.
Read how our service areas of critical importance -- young children, employment, older adults and services around military and veterans--are helping children and adults with disabilities and their families gain greater independence.
Meet Easter Seals 2012 child and adult representatives Auburn Smith and Richard Mariello, whose stories speak to the importance of early intervention services and services around military and veterans.
Meet Easter Seals' partners and friends who contributed their time, talent and support in realizing Edgar Allen's vision of an organization "instrumental in effecting good."