Easter Seals Washington

Address: 220 W. Mercer, Suite 120-W
Seattle, WA 98119-4347
Phone: (206) 281-5700 Fax: (206) 2840938 Website: http://www.easterseals.com/washington/

Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more than 80 years. Whether helping someone improve physical mobility, return to work or simply gain greater independence for everyday living, Easter Seals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life's challenges and achieve personal goals. Children and adults with disabilities and other special needs find the highest-quality services designed to meet their individual needs when they come to Easter Seals Washington. Our mission is accomplished through the following core programs and services in Washington state.

1) Assistive Technology Services: Easter Seals gives people with disabilities the tools they need to capitalize on the opportunities that assistive technology presents.  We provide technology assessment & training, equipment setup & installation, technical support, workplace evaluation, professional staff training and computer reutilization & loan.  In addition we have a Financial Program, Educational Opportunities & Workshops, Crisis Services & Necessities Bank.

2) Camp Stand By Me: Camp is about all the things children and adults can do — swim, ride horses, sing, eat s'mores and more. Easter Seals Washington has camping & respite programs to provide a safe, barrier-free environment for children and adults to experience all aspects of camp without usual limitations.

3) Child Development Services:  Working parents need a quality environment for their children that is safe, nurturing, and fosters their children's educational and physical development.  Easter Seals Child Development Centers support families in Washington by providing the highest quality childcare and education for children with and without disabilities.

4) Workforce Development:  Easter Seals Washington has programs which helps adults with developmental disabilities to make meaningful connection in their community.  Participants are paired with a "coach" to reach personal goals such as paid employment, volunteer work, education, recreation, and relationship building.

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