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Check out the career opportunities page and learn more about our open positions. Join our dedicated professionals in making a difference in the lives of the children and adults we serve and their families.

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Stories From Our Clients

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Learn how Easterseals Approved Private School program is helping Jameson increase his communication and become more social.

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Jonathan has autism and attends The Friendship Academy, our inclusive preschool. Not only are his therapeutic needs being met, his confidence has grown, allowing his communication and social skills to blossom.

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Matty has a rare neurodevelopmental disorder which affects his speech development and causes low muscle tone. At Easterseals, he is learning to use assistive technology and sign language to communicate.

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Peyton has a rare form of Muscular Spinal Atrophy. Through her mom's advocacy and Easterseals educational and therapeutic services, she has surpassed what doctors said was possible.

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After being diagnosed with autism, Charli's mom turned to Easterseals Early Intervention program. Now she is ready for kindergarten!

Parent Resources

The Friendship Academy

Learn more about Easterseals inclusive preschool. The program is offered in Delaware County.

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Family link to Easterseals program resources

Access documents and helpful Positive Intervention Behavior Support (PBIS) resources.

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Making Home Accessible

Check out this great resource on how to make home modifications for disability accessibility.

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