EASTERSEALS IS...

Easterseals provides opportunities for people of all ages with a range of disabilities to achieve their full potential. Together, we're changing the way the world defines and views disabilities.

For 75 years, our mission is simple, yet powerful. Easterseals Massachusetts provides essential services which ensure that children and adults with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. We are a collaborative and community-based organization offering comprehensive services throughout all regions of Massachusetts.

Our occupational, physical and speech therapists, assistive technology specialists, as well as our youth, employment, and transition teams, are experts in their fields and provide services in a wide range of settings.

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Disabiltiy Employment Awareness Month Success Story with Chris Richards.
Chris Richards is a story that unpacks so many of the modern elements of disability employment. Chris's story touches on the importance of Easterseals services for people with acquired disabilities, the growth of job opportunities via telecommuting and AT, and much more!
Live. Photo of a female army member and her husband holding hands in a field.
$10 a month will allow a woman to attend six months of sessions in our Female Veterans program. Female Veterans suffer a disproportionately high rate of unemployment, homelessness, and suicide. This peer group uses a comprehensive and preventive model. Click to donate.
Learn. Photo of a young girl receiving rehab services and learning to walk with the assistance of an easter seals staff member.
$10 a month allows a student with a disability to receive services for one week in our College Navigator program. Click to donate.
Work. Photo of a man who uses a wheelchair sitting at a desk working on a laptop.
$10 a month provides an assistive technology training session to a child or adult with disabilities in need. Click to donate.
Play. Photo of two boys arm wrestling an at easter seals camp.
$10 a month gives a person with a disability a full month of Accessible Martial Arts classes. Click to donate.

Assistive Technology Regional Centers

ATRC

At the center, individuals and groups can explore hundres of high-tech & low-tech devices can meet a variety of needs. From simple to sophisticated, we have the technology for you! Search our inventory now!

Boston Parents Paper

Boston Parents Paper
We have partnered with the award winning Boston Parents Paper to provide informative and unique content for the disability community. As leaders and advocates in the disability community, we were honored to offer our various expertise around topics that parents struggle with when raising a child with disabilities in the public school setting.
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