At the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center in Evansville, IN, we're working to make profound, positive differences in the lives of local people every day, and to change the way our community defines and views disability.
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The Easterseals Early Learning Center is now accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children! Less than 10 percent of all child care centers, preschools, and kindergartens nationally achieve NAEYC recognition! The Early Learning Center is Evansville's only fully inclusive early childhood program, where typically developing children, children with disabilities and delays, and those with significant medical conditions all learn, play, and grow together. The ELC is now accepting enrollment applications for preschoolers and toddlers for summer and fall! Contact Ann Feldhaus at 812-474-2244 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow the link to find out more about Easterseals Milestones, LEAD Academy, and Mitchell Preschool at the Easterseals Early Learning Center!
May 7, 2021
We are excited to have Rachelle Chapman share thoughts about being a mom ahead of Mother’s Day…
May 6, 2021
Happy Mother’s Day to all of us with children who have disabilities! We celebrated early — my husban…
April 20, 2021
I just got word that the U.S. Department of Justice has moved to intervene in a disability discrimin…
April 12, 2021
My boyfriend Juan lives in Houston. I live in the suburbs of Chicago. He came to visit me last fall,…
April 1, 2021
Anja Herrman’s well-written guest post about disability and empowerment was so, well, powerful that …
Like his mom, Evan was born with a hearing loss. Now they're both reaching goals with Easterseals services.
Sandy’s life-long relationship with Easterseals started when she was just 3 years old, and she's been reaching goals ever since.
When other children were learning to stand, walk and run, Ellie-Jane could only crawl. At age 6, a dream came true when she danced in the Children’s Nutcracker ballet!
Doctors thought Sam might never stand, walk or run. But he has achieved all of those milestones and more. Now the sky's the limit for #SuperSam!
Ariana was born facing an uphill battle due to multiple disabilities and medical conditions. Now each step toward independence is a reason to celebrate!
Hearing tests can be scary for a child with a disability who doesn't speak English, but not for Guadalupe. She has fun and feels at home at the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center.
As a coach, mentor, and disability advocate, Josh wins by giving back.
Children achieve so many "firsts" on their way to independence. Saying first words, taking first steps, or in Maddie's case, eating solid food for the first time - they're all milestones to be celebrated!
A spinal cord injury took Michelle's ability to walk. But it didn't take her determination to return to her active lifestyle and regain her independence.
Eli began to thrive when he started helping other kids at the Easterseals Early Learning Center.
The Easterseals Rehabilitation Center's Internship in Clinical Psychology is expanding our capacity to serve area children and families. Meet this year's interns!Read More
Improving lives, encouraging independence, creating family - that's what the local Easterseals Group Home program is all about! Learn about openings for new residents and the benefits of supervised group living.Read More
An inclusive learning environment benefits kids of ALL abilities. Find out more about the Easterseals Early Learning Center, home of Evansville's ONLY fully inclusive early childhood care and education programs.Read More