Meet Our Ambassadors
One word to describe him: determined.
For Sam, inclusion means being acknowledged and utilized, as well as respected for the contribution you make.
Finding his voice
One word to describe him: Sweet
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.
Leading the way
“Easterseals has changed everything for us. We are so relieved that Dylan is getting the therapy he needs. Aside from the wonderful therapists and staff, we are glad that it is close to home and all in one location.”
“We tell ourselves constantly that we need to celebrate the small things and watch for the little victories. It is constantly two or three steps forward, five or ten backwards. But, now that we have the education, the resources, and new skills and understanding, it makes it easier.”
Rally Your Own Way
Sharing her Joy
One word to describe her: happy.
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.
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At Easterseals, we see superheroes every day. We are experts in helping them understand and maximize their superpowers. We are so excited to be able to celebrate all of our heroes with a special Easterseals cape. We hope our clients always remember they are brave, strong and unique!