A celebration of our Easterseals families and an invitation to our Central Illinois community to join us in our vision of inclusion and empowerment, combining Run.Walk.Roll, the Easterseals Telethon and the Easterseals Hero Walk into one community celebration.How do you #RallyForEasterseals
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February 16, 2021
Meet Titus and Teo! These brothers and their parents travel from Macomb, IL to the Bloomington Easte…
December 15, 2020
John has been one of the race directors of Run the Woods for over twenty years! This 5K/8K trail run…
November 26, 2020
In a year filled with uncertainty, want to share a story with you that fills our hearts with thankfu…
November 17, 2020
October 12, 2020
This year, we dedicate our 30th annual tribute to Our Common Threads – the values that have wo…
Odie's parents feel that he has been empowered a lot through his therapy, by being more in control of himself and his emotions and frustrations. A lot of that is because of his increased ability to communicate verbally, with signs, and with his iPad communication app.
Meet Sam Miller For Sam, inclusion means being acknowledged and utilized, as well as respected for the contribution you make.
One word to describe her: Joyous Blessing and her family have been so willing to share every step of her physical therapy journey with us, and watching her progress will bring a smile to anyone's face.
For her family, inclusion is seeing others view Larkin in the way that they do. When individuals and teams hold the capacity for greater understanding of diverse minds and abilities, everyone will be empowered to create significant change. When individuals are empowered to nurture their gifts and create significant change, nothing is impossible. Larkin is unstoppable, and will blaze on in her path to changing the world.
“Janie has hit so many milestones since we have been an been at Easterseals, it’s so hard to just define one. I will say that we have been well taken care of at Easterseals and Charlie Jane is excelling with the program at the Easterseals Learning Academy. We are so blessed!”
Bryce was the first child through the Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic at Easterseals in January of 2003. He loves to keep busy through helping around the house and in the community, and to be creative through art projects, singing, dancing, and acting in the Penguin Project, which produces musicals every year staring individuals with disabilities and their peer mentor
Timber Pointe Outdoor Center provides an experience of outdoor life for kids whose disabilities or health challenges make these activities often seem impossible, giving them the chance to develop independence and confidence. Campers participate in traditional camp activities such as swimming, fishing, boating, arts & crafts, target sports, music and horseback riding.Read More
Join us as we celebrate A WHOLE NEW WORLD of diversity, acceptance and inclusion at the 66th and final Ladies Auxiliary Fashion Show! Tune in Thursday, May 20th as we look back on this amazing event and look forward to a world where every child is 100% included and 100% empoweredRead More
Our therapists have put together a great series of trainings for all caregivers, including those who care for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Learn more and register today!Read More