Easterseals takes a holistic approach, providing comprehensive services to thousands of children and adults in our neighborhoods, no matter their disability, military status, income, race, or age.
To help each child reach their full potential, we provide personalized child development and early intervention services.
- Child Development Centers
- Early Intervention
- Head Start & Early Head Start
- Level Up School Age Program
- Quality Improvement Network
To improve health and reduce isolation in adults with disabilities, we offer engaging activities and expansive resources.
To enable military families to integrate into the community, we provide a suite of services, including employment support and mental healthcare.
- Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Easterseals
- Veteran Staffing Network
- Homeless Veterans Reintegration Programs
- Little Warriors Child Development Program
- Adult Day Services
To sustain families and caregivers, we provide comprehensive services and supports.
The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Inter-Generational Center is a worldwide model of excellence for serving people with disabilities. By providing programs for seniors, adults, and children in a shared center, Easterseals DC MD VA creates opportunities for everyone to contribute at all stages of life through daily multi-generational activities. We are working to build a society that truly values people of all ages and abilities. The Easterseals DC MD VA inter-generational center is located at our headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Benefits of shared site inter-generational programming include:
- Quality and caring services for adults and children
- Enhanced quality of life for all participants
- Improved attitude about different age groups
- Enhanced social skills
- Improved academic performance/learning stimulation
- Increased stability/emotional support
- Improved health
Research indicates that both children and adults benefit.
- Preschool children had higher social developmental scores
- Children gained enhanced perceptions of people with disabilities and older adults
- Children had improved reading scores
- Older adults experience fewer falls and performed better on memory tests
- The majority of adult participants reported feeling happy, loved, and younger