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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

On-Site Vaccinations Began Jan. 19

Easterseals Arc began administering COVID-19 vaccinations to individuals in group homes and supported living on Jan. 19. The vaccination clinic at the agency’s Coldwater Road headquarters is a pilot program for a state initiative to improve access to the vaccine for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Click here to read more. 

Day Programs Reopening

Day programs began gradually reopening Jan. 4. However, we will continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and sanitize routinely. Capacity may still be limited.

Our Roadmap for Reopening

Decisions regarding the reopening of day programs will be based on four guiding decision factors.


Easterseals Arc began a phased-in reopeing of day services on June 1. Services were closed again from Oct. 23 to Jan. 3.

General Operating Policies

Day Service Operating Policies

Downloadable Information on Reopening Plan

Roadmap for Reopening (PDF)
Reopening Plan for Participants (PDF)
Reopening Plan for Staff (PDF)

Messages from Our CEO/President

If you would like to support Easterseals Arc's ongoing services during the COVD-19 crisis, click below to donate.

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Family Members Say 'Thank You'

Our staff are providing essential services, and family members of our participants shared their gratitude in these video messages:

Guidance from BDDS

For additional information on the COVID-19 coronavirus situation, The Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services has posted guidance for families and self-advocates, as well as service providers, case managers, and visitors on the BDDS website at https://www.in.gov/fssa/ddrs/5755.htm

If You Are Sick

Information and Resources

There is a lot of information being shared regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). As we review and revise our plans and policies, we turn to reliable and up-to-date sources:

Last updated: January 22, 2021

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