ESMA Public Affairs & Youth Program Services Specialist, Patrick Remy has been chosen as one of three recipients of the Light of Dawnn awards by MA Nonprofit Network!
Celebrate Patrick's achievement with us by watching the virtual ceremony!
For Giving Day LEARN, we're highlighting how our Assistive Technology services play a role in children's education along with our one-of-a-kind College Navigator program! When you support Easterseals MA for #GDLearn, you are making a difference for students with disabilities in your community. Your gift helps to provide disability resources to ensure local students can reach their fullest potential!
Easterseals offers a range of vocational assessments, skills trainings, job development and related services that help people in Massachusetts prepare for and maintain employment —because meaningful work is often the key to overcoming challenges and having a good life.
How can you receive Employment and Training Services through ESMA?
Step 2. Ask your Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (VRC) to be referred to ESMA (we serve the following MRC area offices: Boston, Braintree, Roxbury, Worcester, Framingham, Springfield, Holyoke, and Greenfield)
If you are already a client of MRC you can request to be referred to ESMA if you receive services through any of these MRC area offices: Boston, Braintree, Roxbury, Worcester, Framingham, Springfield, Holyoke, and Greenfield.
Vocational Rehabilitation Program
Click here to learn more. Easterseals works with Massachusetts Rehabalitation Commission to help job seekers with disabilities obtain and maintain a job. Vocational rehabilitation helps people with physical, cognitive, intellectual or mental health conditions manage the modern workplace.