Easterseals Massachusetts has been providing services that address the needs of children with disabilities at home, school, work and the community for years.  As the needs of this population are more thoroughly defined, we continue to offer programs to meet those needs.

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

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ABA specialists take a therapeutic approach for individuals with behavioral challenges to improve social behavior through the entire lifespan.

Assistive Technology (AT)

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High- and low-technology solutions for home or school in order to increase independence.


Young girl using an AAC device
Augmentative & Alternative Communication Specialists work with individuals with congenital or acquired disabilities who have difficulty using speech for communication.  Click for more.

AT Loan Programs

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This program provides access to zero & low interest  loans for the purchase of assistive devices and services to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.

AT Regional Centers(ATRC)

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People with & without disabilities and their families can see, touch, and borrow assistive technology devices for free in order to make more informed decisions regarding the technology that will meet their needs.

Rehabilitation & Therapy

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ESMA's personalized approach provides t
herapy services including evaluation, treatment and consultation with Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapy.

Student Service Aides

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are available to contract to Massachusetts schools & specialized programs to assist students with daily classroom activities while offering proven expertise in working with students of all abilities.

Transition Services

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Students, families, and educators can use Easterseals resources to address the transitioning students' vision for adult living, post-secondary and/or working environments. Click for more.

Youth Leadership

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YLN provides opportunities for young people with disabilities, ages 13 to 25, to develop their abilities and expand their possibilities.

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