Be a part of Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania's recipe for success and help us reach our $80,000 fundraising goal before March 15, 2023!
Thank you for visiting my fundraising page for Easterseals Eastern PA! I have been involved in Easterseals Eastern PA as a board member since 2021. Easterseals is a non-profit organization that provides various services to people with disabilities and supports their families in Berks County and surrounding areas. ALL donations from this campaign truly impact the lives of children and young adults with disabilities and their families. I hope you will consider supporting this great cause of Easterseals Eastern PA! A gift of any amount would mean the world to us. Thank you!
Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania creates life-changing solutions for individuals with disabilities and their families in their community by increasing independence, maximizing opportunities, minimizing barriers and enhancing quality of life.
Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania serves more than 3,000 children and adults with disabilities - and their families - throughout the Lehigh Valley, Berks County, the Poconos and surrounding region.
For more than 90 years, Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania's recipe for success has remained largely unchanged – equal parts unwavering commitment, dedication, experience, and collaboration sprinkled with generosity and a healthy dose of hope.
Our innovative and inclusive services include:
- Early intervention
- Make the First Five Count - child development resources
- Outpatient therapy (speech, occupational and physical)
- Speciality medical clinics (neurology, orthopedic and orthotic)
- Autism diagnostic clinic
- ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy training for parents of children with autism
- LEAP - employment experience for high school students
- Community supports/habilitation - personalized support for young adults and adults
- Camp and recreation
Harrison is a bright and friendly child diagnosed with autism. His relationship with Easterseals began through the Early Intervention program. Both of his parents work in the education field and they wanted to make sure Harrison would be prepared for the demands of school. So just prior to the start of kindergarten, they initiated outpatient services for both speech-language and occupational therapy.
Continue reading Harrison's story: http://bit.ly/412OZll
Please contact Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania's Director of Advancement, Ann Marie Surovy, CFRE at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-289-0114 ext. 205. You can also visit our website at https://www.easterseals.com/esep/.