Easterseals is...Changing the way the world defines and views disability...whether physical, intellectual, emotional or social, by making profound, positive differences in people's lives...everyday.
Easterseals offers life changing supports and services for over 5,000 local children annually, partnering with their parents and physicians to improve lifetime success.
Toilet training is a major developmental milestone, and one that can be overwhelming to parents and young children, especially where there are developmental, behavioral or sensory issues. There are many different approaches, timelines, parental and childcare expectations, etc. Easterseals behavioralist Allison Berard, developed this one of a kind kit that address issues with a research-based, developmental approach with tools, tips, graphs and tricks! Kit is free of charge thanks to a grant from Women United. Call 386-255-4568 to find out how to get your free kit.
Easterseals’ Autism Center of Excellence is a highly recognized leader offering early diagnosis, functional assessment and intervention treatments for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Each year, Easterseals serves more than 500 local children who have been diagnosed with ASD. To learn more about Easterseals’ autism services and its Autism Center of Excellence, visit our webpage or call (386) 944-7815.Read More
Early Steps is a statewide system of early intervention services for families with infants and toddlers who are not reaching age-appropriate milestones. With a focus on helping children reach their full potential in how they live, learn and play, Early Steps providers teach parents and other caregivers ways to improve child development through everyday routines.Read More
Do you have a preschool child who is challenged by special needs and/or disabilities? Easterseals Charter Schools may be the perfect fit for your little one. In Daytona Beach and DeLand, Easterseals Northeast Central Florida Charter Schools provide hands-on and comprehensive education for students ages 3 to 5. The inclusive classroom setting integrates students with special needs and typically developing students with the Easterseals Child Development Center. This helps all students achieve the best possible outcomes.Read More