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COVID-19 Resources


Our Easterseals hopes you and your families are staying safe and well. 

Easterseals is carrying on and continuing our mission of providing exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. Our Easterseals is following state and federal guidelines to continue to serve those in need of our services while keeping our staff safe.

Below are some updates and resources for our employees and clients. This page will be updated regularly, so please check back often. 

Follow the www.ct.gov/coronavirus website for the latest guidance, emergency order and up-to-date information about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

For Easterseals Clients:


Neuropsychological Services

Contact Neuropsychological Services: (860) 270-0600 ext. 137

Vocational Rehabilitation Services

  • Supported education and supported employment programs offered through our DMHAS grant continue with staff working remotely and maintaining consistent communication with clients via telephone. Clients express great appreciation for the continued contact and communication.

Contact Vocational Rehabilitation Services: (860) 728-1061 ext. 210

Veteran & Military Family Services

Contact Veteran & Military Family Services: 860-859-4148 ext. 1

Social Enterprises

Contact Social Enterprises: (860) 728-1061 ext. 250

For Easterseals Employees:


Anthem EAP Resources

The impact of COVID-19 seems to grow every day. It's only natural to feel stress and anxiety related to it. The Anthem Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help!

The EAP website offers a variety of tools and resources related to COVID-19 including:

And of course the EAP can help you manage all the changes that are occurring each day. You can use the website for:

Visit the Anthem EAP site by going to www.anthemeap.com.

Additional information can be found in your Easterseals Paychex account.

External Resources:

How to Talk to Kids About Coronavirus, New York Times

A comprehensive list of CT district distance learning plans, Conncan.org

2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), American Academy of Pediatrics

Ultimate Guide to Mental Health and Education Resources for Kids and Teens, Online Counseling Programs

A Guide to Home-Proofing Flu, Coronavirus and Other Illnesses, SafeHome.org

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Advice from an Expert, American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children

Keeping Your Distance to Stay Safe, American Psychological Association

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