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Through programs and services tailored to meet the needs of individuals, Easter Seals supports people to fully participate in their community.


Easter Seals provides employment services, life skills and community involvement  opportunities, alternatives to institutionalized living and support services that assist individuals to live independent lives.

Easterseals is a trusted expert and premier provider of autism services for children and adults. Our team focuses on therapies that are proven to be effective in increasing skills of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and similar disabilities. Easterseals offers behavior analysis, speech, physical, and occupational therapy services.

Easterseals helps keep families intact by helping to reduce the isolation and the often overwhelming responsibility related to having a family member with a disability. Specifically, we ensure loved ones are in a safe, stable and caring environment while family members attend to basic needs such as employment, healthcare and education, without worry.

Easterseals Child Development Centers help kids prepare academically and socially for kindergarten and beyond. Our services also provide family support to ensure that children get what they need to succeed as students. Behavior challenges that often result in expulsion from traditional child care models, many times disappear in this warm, supporting environment.

Related Information

-- Department of Development Services (AB 1402 Disclosure)
-- Title VI Notices and Forms in English and Spanish (PDFs)

Latest news

Easterseals Receives Over $4 Million in Inland Empire Head Start Funding

Rep Pete Aguilar (D-San Bernardino) announced that Easterseals Southern California has been awarded $4,469,703 from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Head Start Programs. Read more

Formerly Homeless Air Force Reserve Veteran to Throw 1st Pitch at Padres vs. Angels on Aug. 14

This month, Easterseals’ Bob Hope Veterans Support Program, which serves veterans in the San Diego area and throughout Southern California, assisted its 675th service member, Air Force Reserve veteran (E4) Robert Napier, 31, Barrio Logan – part of the 452 MXS, maintenance squadron at March Air Reserve base – is excited about throwing out the first pitch. Read more

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