Meet Francis - Our 2024 State College Child Ambassador
Meet Dalton - Our 2024 Child Ambassador
Easterseals is pleased to introduce Dalton who was chosen as our 2024 Child Ambassador
Meet Maggie - Our 2023 Ambassador for the York Division
Meet Grant - Our 2023 Ambassador
Meet Grant - 2023 Ambassador for the Pittsburgh Division
Meet Sam - Easterseals 2023 Ambassador for the Johnstown Division
We are pleased to introduce Avery, our 2022 Walk With Me Ambassador. Avery and her parents Daniel and Danielle Reynolds will be joining us as our special family in celebration of our 20th Anniversary.
Riley started Speech Therapy at Easterseals 6 months ago, her mother says, “Riley and our family love Easterseals! After the first 2 appointments I was already seeing a change in Riley and her wanting to start making letter sounds and form small words.
Meet Remington and Weston
Remington & Weston have been receiving speech therapy from Easterseals for the past year. Both children have a diagnosis of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAP). Their mother states, “Easterseals has been such a blessing in both of my kids’ lives!
Madi’s story begins on September 8th, 2017 when she was born at 23 weeks gestation. She weighed just 1 lb 10 oz, was 11 inches in length, and was diagnosed with Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome.
We Count on Collin
Colin has been participating in Easterseals Adaptive Water Program for over 20 years, starting when he was in preschool. His family values the time at camp for Colin to socialize and participate in camp activities. We always count on Collin to be there.
Student Makes Great Strides at Easterseals' Cranberry Township School
When the Rowe Family moved to Pennsylvania, they began their search for the right special needs school for their son. Choosing Easterseals, Mrs. Rowes now notes, “We are very encouraged by the amount of support Daniel gets each day. “He is steadier, stronger and more confident.”
Just after his first birthday, Landon was diagnosed with catastrophic epilepsy and later with Autism, ADHA and other developmental delays. When he enrolled in Easterseals at 3, he continued to experience dozens of seizures every day. He was non-verbal, unsteady on is feet and inconsistent in demonstrating cognitive abilities.