Unless you have a time machine, visiting a real Speakeasy is something you won't be able to tick off your bucket list. Speakeasy: A Night of Spirits – an event that raises funds to support individuals of all ages who face physical, mental, emotional, and/or intellectual disabilities, centers around the 1920’s when flappers were queens and gangsters were a-plenty. You won’t want to miss this “Bee’s Knees” night!Buy Tickets Today
For more than 100 years Easterseals has been the indispensable resource for people and families challenged by disabilities. Now as America faces a broad range of new issues, we make a major positive life-changing difference in the lives of people and families facing today's disabilities. Easterseals Western and Central Pennsylvania provides exceptional programs and services, in 47 Pennsylvania counties, to ensure that people with disabilities or other special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
Easterseals Western and Central PA continues to monitor the coronavirus situation. Our priority is the safety, well-being and health of our many clients, families and associates. We are responsible to the communities we serve. We will be collaborating with senior leadership, our Board of Directors and state/local/federal governments to be prepared to respond to any action needed. Please check back for any updates.
It comes as no surprise that 2020 will undoubtedly go down as one of the hardest years in history. The COVID-19 pandemic, with a lengthy list of domestic misfortunes, made the year exceptionally difficult for virtually every American. But, for children and adults with disabilities, there is no doubt; they have been unduly impacted by this crisis. Peruse this Study - Impact of CO-VID19 on People with Disabilities to find out more.
With support from our donors, Easterseals was able to march on, developing new and unique ways to deliver its services for its clients. Thank you. For 2022, not knowing what we will face, would you consider a monthly giving plan? Could $10 or $20 a month work? As Helen Keller maintained, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
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September 22, 2021
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Hearing loss is one of the most common chronic health conditions in adults—yet far too often, it is left untreated. While many adults think hearing loss is simply a nuisance that comes with aging, it is much more. Hearing loss can affect every area of a person’s life, including physical health, mental health, career success, social life, personal relationships, and overall quality of life. Treatment can help!Read More
The safety, well-being and health of our many clients, families and associates are key priorities to Easterseals Western and CeVIDntral PA’s Camping and Recreation Program. We continue to monitor the CoVID 19 situation in conjunction with all local, state and federal agencies to ensure that our clients have a memorable camping experience. To that end, we have prepared a Camping and Recreation COVID-19 Action Plan. To find out more about the plan, read on. Questions? Contact us at 717-741-3891.Read More
Caring for a family member? You're not alone. According to the National Family Caregivers Association, more than one quarter of the adult population has provided care to a family member or friend during the past year. Easterseals Adult and Senior Services offer programs and resources to help you provide the best possible care for your spouse, parent, adult child or another loved one who needs assistance with daily living.Read More