Our mission is to provide vocational rehabilitation and other services to people with disabilities and other barriers to enable them to live lives of independence and dignity through meaningful work.
Easterseals Middle Georgia has reviewed the recommendations from the CDC and WHO regarding the actions of non-healthcare businesses and organizations. Based on their guidance, we are establishing the following temporary changes to be in effect from March 18 to April 3, 2020:
Suspension of all non working activities involving large gatherings. Our BAH sponsorship for March has been cancelled.
Easterseals Middle Georgia’s offices will remain open; however, we ask that you call or email if at all possible, to address any questions or issues or schedule an appointment. We will be limiting visitors to business related personnel only.
We appreciate your support and assistance as we navigate these next few weeks to keep everyone safe.
July 24, 2020
I am pleased to introduce Kit Aronoff as a guest blogger today. Kit is an Assistive Technology Coord…
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July 21, 2020
I am pleased to introduce Raven Wilson as a guest blogger today. Raven is a 24-year-old graduate stu…
July 17, 2020
I am pleased to have 13-year-old guest blogger Anja Herrman back with us today. I got to know Anja v…
July 13, 2020
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Gunnar is 9 and surpassing all goals!
Alex And Avery born prematurely in 2014.
LeSean winning the Working Wonders Award.
Spotlight story about Kim Mitchell
Born with autism, Connor is bright, funny, warm, loving and energetic.
Provides the guidance necessary to enable in-school students with disabilities (ages 14 to 22) and/or out-of-school youth with disabilities (ages 14 to 24) to make sound vocational choices, improve self-esteem, become employment focused and set career and placement goals.Read More
We provide Facility, and Community Work Adjustment Training along with Job Placement and Supported Employment in our 23 county service area. The goals of these programs are to assist people with disabilities to develop appropriate work behaviors, work skills and actual on the job training. The ultimate goal is securing and keeping a job that utilizes their newly developed skills.Read More
Residential, Children's and Transportation Services are also provided by Easterseals Middle Georgia. Residential Services are for adults with developmental disabilities. Children are served by our Champions for Children Program. Transportation Services can be provided to program participants if needed.Read More