Linda Lanham Zeszutek School Program

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The Easterseals Western and Central Pennsylvania Linda Lanham Zeszutek School Program specializes in providing quality individualized special education and therapy services to both Early Intervention (ages 3-5) and School Age children (ages 5-8) with autism and multiple disabilities.  

  • 3 school sites are conveniently located in the North (8057 Rowan Road, Suite 200, Cranberry, PA 16066 - Phone: (412) 364-9737|Fax: (412) 348-0037, South (2000 Clairton Road, West Mifflin, PA 15122Phone: (412) 881-5010|Fax: (412) 440-0042), and East (5337 Triangle Lane, Export, PA 15632 - Phone: (724) 387-1463|Fax: (724) 387-1437) communities of the greater Pittsburgh area, which allow students to be educated close to home and provide regular opportunities for interaction with typical peers from within the community
  • 3:1 student to staff ratio and small class size of approximately 6 students per room provide individualized instruction designed specifically to meet each student’s educational and therapeutic needs
  • Offering a full-day traditional school year calendar  
  • An Extended School Year program offered during the mornings the month of July for qualifying students
  • Traditional (OT, PT, Speech) therapies and innovative interventions (Behavior, Sensory-Processing, Therapeutic Feeding) are integral to the daily schedule
  • In operation for 40 years, our school program is one of the 34 Approved Private Schools (APS) in Pennsylvania, licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Pennsylvania Bureau of Private Academic Schools

Questions? Please call Frank Dalmas 412-281-7244 x1267 or email,

Review Easterseals Western and Central Pennsylvania’s Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds Report HERE. It contains information on (1) Needs and impacts resulting from the pandemic; (2) Stakeholder engagement in the development of plans to respond to these needs and impacts; (3) Specific elements in the School Entity Plan for the Use of ARP ESSER Funds, and; (4) Plans for monitoring and measuring progress.

Review a copy of the 2021-2022 Approved Private School Health and Safety Plan HERE