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Easterseals West Kentucky's mission is to enhance the quality of life for children and adults of all abilities by promoting personal development, independence, inclusion, and equality.

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We are hiring **SEASONAL** DSPs for our Teen Summer Program! If you’re interested, please click on the link below for more information!

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Easterseals West Kentucky

801 N. 29th Street
Paducah, KY 42001
Phone: 270-444-9687

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ESWKY is so grateful to receive $22,236.10 from Charity League of Paducah! These proceeds were collected from "Party Pack" sales in lieu of the Snowball which was cancelled this year due to COVID-19. Thank you so much Charity League!
Easterseals West Kentucky is very grateful to have received a $4,000 grant from WHAS Crusade for Children. This grant money will purchase new development toys for the classrooms.
Did you know you can easily make donations online to Easter Seals West Kentucky? Click the "Donate Online!" link above to make a contribution to our organization.
Huge Thank You to Tilford's Q-Krew's hard work and time spent at BBQ OFF the River, along with all the help from volunteers we raised $9,325.58! Due to COVID-19, things were a little different this year, but we are proud of the money we raised!
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Go to our Facebook page to get a copy of our application or apply in person at 801 N 29th Street in Paducah. Due to current COVID restrictions, we ask you to call (270) 444-9687 when you arrive and someone will bring an application to you. Please wear a mask!

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Featured Programs


Adult Day Health Care

Adult Day Health Care offers programs and resources to individuals 18 years of age or older who have chronic physical or cognitive impairments. Easterseals West Kentucky is there to help provide the best possible care for those who need assistance with daily living and personal medical needs.

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Child Development Center

Inclusive Child Care is provided to typically developing and special needs children ages six weeks to 12 years. Care is provided by credentialed staff with structured activities including: art, reading, music, sensory stimulation, gross and fine motor skill development, as well as play time.

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The Lily Pad

The Lily Pad at Easterseals West Kentucky is designed to give children who are medically fragile quality medical care in the least restrictive environment possible. In addition, the Lily Pad is designed to give parents of children with complex medical needs the freedom to continue working and/or attending school.

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