We are Proud of Our Record!
2018 Outcomes for Consumers Served
Easterseals is an enduring resource, providing exceptional services, offering help and hope to today’s families confronting disabilities. Services are provided at designated Easterseals locations, family homes, community, and school sites. More than 3,575 individuals from 82 communities throughout the Region are directly served on an annual basis with countless others benefiting from the work of Easterseals.
100% of parent respondents reported functional gains for their children.
381 diagnostic evaluations; developmental screenings enhanced program access.
74% of individual service plan goals met by children.
100% program satisfaction rating.
78% of goals were met in physical, occupational, and speech therapy.
100% of families reporting their child benefited from therapy.
220 children served 313 diagnostic evaluations
Racially diverse clients are reflective of Regional demographics.
1,368 consultations provided; more than 600 students receiving ongoing therapy.
Use of data collection to monitor effectiveness of intervention and classroom supports.
Satisfaction expressed with ongoing team collaboration between teachers, staff and parents.
Building competencies for learning, positive behavior, and social participation.
Completion of service planning within 45 days of admission.
Caseworker contacts with children and foster parents achieved 100%.
Satisfaction expressed for clinical, behavioral, nursing and casework services.
11 children achieved permanency goals (adoption, return home, independent).
67 individuals with developmental disabilities served.
90% of program participants achieved at least ½ of their Life in the Community goals.
Consumer I-pads positively affecting communication, leisure, and skill acquisition.
75% of program participants achieved at least 75% of their service plan.
218 families with 281 children received home visits; 49 parent group experiences.
Parents as Teachers curriculum with 2,787 visits completed.
95% of families completed their Family Centered Assessment.
Mothers and babies pilot groups; 85% of children up to date with immunizations.
54% of children received a medical diagnosis of Autism; trending to earlier age diagnosis.
Average time from initial call to scheduled appointment 3.84 months.
Extended phone consultations provided to 308 families reaching a wide range of communities.
Outpatient Behavioral Therapy teaching coping skills to young children.
100 % of new cases began services within 30 days of admission.
Decline in restrictive procedures (inclusive of medication) related to goal attainment.
Parent/guardians and direct care staff demonstrate response to training.
Consistent consumer stability in skill acquisition and leisure/recreation activities.