When Tyler was 10 months old his daycare noticed he fisted his left hand when he crawled. Tyler was referred to Easterseals where he began making progress, reaching goals and celebrating new milestones with his family.
Easterseals Central Illinois served 5,808 families last year alone. We provide pediatirc therapy, education and recreation services to children with developmental delays and disabilities, along with supporting their families. We have 4 locations along with the capacity to provide in-home services.
Peoria Service Center- Built as a center for excellence and collaboration, this facility houses therapy rooms, clinic space, fitness room, warm water therapy pool, resource rooms and our administrative offices.
Bloomington Service Center- Located in the Cybernautic building, this facility houses therapy rooms, a child centered gym space, resource room and admnistrative offices.
Timber Pointe Outdoor Center-Located on the shores of Lake Bloomington, this 160 acre facility provides a fully inclusive summer camp experience for children with and without disabiltiies, their families and partner group camps from across the reigon.
Easterseals Learning Academy- Located in Germantown Hills, this school is designed with a high staff to student ratio, fully equipped classrooms and therapy rooms, evidenced based instructional strategies that empower each student to achieve peak academic performance, increase social and emotional skills, communication skills and functional lifeskills for independence.
Nationally, Easterseals serves 1.4 million children and adults with disabilities and their families, offering a wide range of services at 74 affiliates nationwide. We change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people's lives every day, helping our clients build the skills and access the resources they need to live, learn, work and play.
In the spotlight
Landon reached a developmental MILESTONE - to independently walk up and down a flight of stairs, using a rail for support, to move in his home environment.