See Easterseals Academy graduate and staffer Carter Sander’s latest energy saving newsletter. This one focuses on solar energy!
Colin Guerrero was born with Down syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes intellectual disability and developmental delays. Nevertheless, he grew to be a “vivacious toddler who hit all of his developmental markers as a child with Down syndrome,” according to his mom, Tracy. He could talk and read most of his sight words. He wasContinue reading “Student Colin Guerrero and his Mom Raise Money for Easterseals Academy in Honor of his 16th Birthday”
In this post, we spoke with new board member Amanda Brimmer who is the Managing Director and Partner at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) about being the mom of a child with a rare genetic disorder and how organizations like ESCGR help families like hers.
Our Easterseals Academy has three campuses in Chicago, Tinley Park, and Machesney Park and all are looking for new team members to join in a range of roles including teachers, paraprofessionals, social workers, and speech pathologists.
Six new grants support HarrysButtons in expansion of programming for individuals with disabilities
The Illinois Autism Partnership of Easterseals serving Chicagoland and Greater Rockford is excited to announce three autism-friendly vaccine sites in the Chicagoland area.
Our very own Illinois Autism Partnership (IAP) has developed a social story to help explain the process of getting a COVID-19 vaccine to individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities.
Easterseals serving Chicagoland and Greater Rockford is so proud of Maurice Snell who worked with us in Human Resources and Development for more than a decade and was a graduate of our Easterseals Academy. Maurice has joined De Lasalle Institute as Development Coordinator. In his final days on staff, he shared a farewell message.
When Michael and Ivette Howland visited their local library for a Parent Resource Fair over a year ago, they had no idea they’d find a program that would offer their family so much support.
Patrick, 25, who has an autism spectrum disorder, has worked at HarrysButtons.com for six years, learning how to make custom buttons and apparel, fold shirts, and work independently.