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Easterseals builds a more diverse and inclusive community

On July 1, 2012, Easter Seals Work Resource Center and the publicly-funded programs of Jewish Vocational Service came together to form Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati. It is truly a combination of equals that positions Easterseals to better leverage resources locally and nationally and provide more opportunities for the individuals we serve. Easterseals a United Way Agency Partner.




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100th Anniversary!

As Easterseals celebrates 100 years of impact, we’re committing to a future where every one of us is 100% included and 100% empowered

A message from Easterseals President and CEO Angela F. Williams:

Angela wearing a grey jacket, standing in front of the word wall.In 2019, Easterseals invites you to join us in celebrating 100 years of impact in the lives of individuals with disabilities, their families and communities throughout America. Whether you’re new to Easterseals, or have been a lifelong friend, we’re so glad to have you here with us as we create a future where every one of us – regardless of age or ability – is 100% included and 100% empowered. We hope you’ll take some time to learn about our history; how a father’s dream to make a difference for children with disabilities in his community changed millions of lives forever. And we encourage you to learn about our vision for the future, where we plan to ensure that everyone is respected, included and valued.

Join us in achieving our vision of a world in which every one of us is 100% included and 100% empowered as we celebrate 100 years of impact!

Who We Are and What We Do

At Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati, we believe a better community builds upon the abilities of all its members. Our heritage includes more than a century of service and expertise in creating opportunities for people with disabilities and disadvantages to fully realize their potential. When individuals succeed in work and in life, the entire community benefits.

Who We Serve

  • Individuals with disabilities who have a desire to increase their independence through employment
  • People who are chronically unemployed or underemployed, including people moving from public assistance to work
  • At-risk youth and young people with disabilities in need of a support network to achieve academic and work goals
  • Adults with disabilities who want to enjoy recreational activities and maintain social relationships
  • Veterans who are transitioning from military service civilian life
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