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Easterseals Northeast Central Florida - COVID-19 News and Updates

Recent public health issues have forced us to limit our operations, including face-to-face contact in our programs, and we want to assure you that Easterseals Northeast Central Florida is dedicated to our clients living with disability, their caregivers and our community. Please look to this page and/or our Facebook page for updates regarding the status of programs that may impact your family. Thank you!

Updates also posted on Easterseals' Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/esnecfl.org/

Monday, March 16, 2020, 11:15 am

As we limit face-to-face contact in our facilities, we are still working. If you need to reach a staff person, you can email them directly using their first initial, last name and @esnecfl.org.

If you are unsure, please "Contact Us" via the link below, by phone 386-255-4568 or email info@esnecfl.org. Thank you! https://www.easterseals.com/necfl/who-we-are/contact-us/

Monday, March 16, 2020, 10:00 am

DeLand Child Development Center Parents, we now have a replacement lunch vendor so we will be equipped to provide a lunch for your children as long as the center remains open. Thank you!

Monday, March 16, 2020, 9:30 am

Early Steps offices will be closed to the public beginning, Monday March 16. Should you have any questions about services please contact your local Early Steps office as we are working.

Early Steps North Beaches (main office) 386-873-0365
Early Steps DeLand - 386-873-3658
Early Steps Bunnell - 386-254-1248
Early Steps Lake, Sumter, Putnam - 352-323-0612
Early Steps, Palatka - 386-681-7119

Sunday, March 15, 7:05 pm 

Easterseals Clients and Visitors, for the week of March 16th, we will be following CDC guidelines and limiting operations and face-to-face contact in some of our programs.

Our Child Development Centers will be open Monday, but please anticipate our staff will be screening EVERY child/family at drop off to alert of any concerning symptoms. In our DeLand Child Development Center, parents will need to provide a lunch, as the typical lunch vendor is not available.

For Pediatric Therapy and Autism Center appointments, staff will offer the same screening via confirmation calls and/or upon arrival at visits. Please do not bring your child to the center if any cold or flu-like symptoms are present in the home. We are very committed to both serving our clients and keeping everyone safe with enhanced hygiene and disinfecting practices.

If face-to-face contact is not necessary, our staff will reach out to you via phone or email. Thank you!

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