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The Massachusetts Alternative Finance Program (MAFP)

A project that gives people with disabilities and elders access to assistive devices and services. Our AT Regional Centers (ATRC) have loaned out over 8,100 AT devices and have performed demonstrations to 12,280 clients. Our Alternative Finance Program (AFP) has loaned out $15.5 million to 2,050 clients and we have provided 12,500 clients with essential AT services to help keep people living safely in the community.

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Easterseals will support the Youth Programs' advocacy for Disability History to be taught in public school curriculum.

October is Disability History Month in Massachusetts!

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Racial Equity and Disability

Easterseals is proud to be an organization that advocates for societal and systemic equality for all people, no matter what ability or racial background. One in four Americans today are living with disability, and of those, one in four are Black Americans.

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Advocacy Resources

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ADA & Legislative Landmarks

Easterseals has been active in public policy advocacy since our found, Edgar Allen, lobbied the Ohio Legislature to fund appropriate services for children with disabilities in the 1920s. We continue to actively support and promote federal legislation that helps people with disabilities achieve independence.

Legislative Landmarks

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Why Is The Disability Vote So Important?

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Massachusetts Office on Disability

The Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD) was created in 1981 under Chapter 6, Section 185 of the Massachusetts General Laws. One of the goals of MOD is to increase awareness of the rights of persons with disabilities. It is our hope that this Disability Rights Laws booklet will be a helpful resource for people with disabilities as well as the larger community.

Disability Rights Laws

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Voting Info for People with Disabilities

Working to ensure equal access for all voters. Easterseals strongly encourages everyone to vote and is a member of the Disability Voter Task Force.

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How To Register To Vote

Accessible Polling Places, Procedures, And Voter Equipment

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