Easterseals has been helping individuals with disabilities and their families live better lives for 100 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training, Easterseals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life's challenges and achieve personal goals.
Easterseals Midwest has been active for more than 50 years, and is part of Easterseals' century-old network of high-quality service providers helping to build communities where all people with developmental disabilities have equal opportunities to realize their goals, dreams, and aspirations. Currently, we support over 5,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities, empowering them to learn, live, work, and participate in the community.
We provide hands-on, comprehensive support to help people reach their full potential—regardless of disability or challenges. Families and individuals can choose from a variety of individualized programs spanning Autism Services, Community Living Services, and therapy.
We offer a variety of training and placement services that help people prepare for the workforce — for many, meaningful work is often the key to overcoming challenges and engaging with the community.
We provide programs designed to help children and adults learn — and sometimes re-learn — basic functions and master skills needed to develop and thrive at all stages of life.
We offer fun, supportive programs where children and adults can relax, connect with friends and gain new experiences.
Disability touches us all. Through volunteering, advocating, donating, and participating in events, we offer everyone an opportunity to be inspired and take action. To learn about Individual Rights, click here.
Easterseals programs across the country provide a wide variety of interventions that help individuals of all abilities, including those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Easterseals currently has a combination of services specifically targeting individuals with the diagnosis of ASD as well as other services that include individuals with ASD among their service recipients.