Easterseals is leading the way to full equity, inclusion and access for people with disabilities, families and our communities. Our work is focused on the critical educational, employment, health and community services needed to help change people’s lives, to make a profound and meaningful difference for so many of our neighbors, friends, families and colleagues. Give today to have your gift doubled! Century 21 Real Estate will match every donation made to Easterseals, for up to $50,000, as part of the company’s own 50th Anniversary celebration.Give Today
Through life-changing services for people with disabilities, families, and communities, Easterseals is expanding local access to healthcare, education, and employment across the country.
December 2, 2021
In celebration of National Special Education Day, Team Easterseals is in conversation with Erika Wat…
November 18, 2021
Tonight, Thursday, November 18, 2021, I will be one of four women with disabilities on an hour-long …
November 15, 2021
Last year, right around this time, I wrote a post about what COVID taught me about long-distance rel…
October 29, 2021
Ben Trockman is the Diversity and Inclusion Outreach Specialist at Old National Bank, a long time le…
October 27, 2021
As our elected leaders in Washington squabble over the important details that should be included in …
Born with Spina Bifida and clubfoot, Auburn Smith became a nationally-ranked tennis player and aspiring musician.
Marti Clark has a history of exceeding people’s expectations. As a former Easterseals child representative, Marti grew up to accomplish her goals with her therapists and teachers over the years helping through transitional times in Marti’s life.
Cicero is “the life of the party” at Easterseals, where he attends an adult day program twice a week and enjoys socializing, dancing and therapeutic activities.
Born with autism, Connor is bright, funny, warm, loving and energetic.
After years of being misdiagnosed, Abby was diagnosed with autism. Since then, Abby has been making amazing social strides, even leading a campaign to stop bullying.
People with disabilities and the aging population are not getting services they need and, under the Americans with Disabilities Act, these services are entitled. These disparities have only grown during the pandemic. In order to solve this problem, the program needs financial support in order to expand services and ensure direct support professionals are given benefits and competitive salaries for this vital work. Help us reach Congress with a clear message to fund home and community-based services (HCBS).Read More
Our recent COVID-19 study found that the pandemic has only increased existing inequities experienced by people with disabilities. This makes our efforts to expand access to local programs and services that much more important. There are several ways you can give to support education, health care, and employment options for communities nationwide.Read More
One in four Americans today are living with disability, and of those, one in four are Black Americans. We also recognize the nuanced and challenging barriers that exist for minorities, and the need to bring visibility and perspective to those issues.Read More