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February 6, 2013

Special message from Easter Seals and Mass Mutual | Siblings Study

Special message from Easter Seals and Mass Mutual The sibling relationship is often our longest lasting relationship. It’s an unbreakable bond that lasts a lifetime. But did you know that of the 65 million caregivers in the United States today, many are the primary care provider for an adult brother or sister who lives with […]

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Easter Seals: free online tool helps you track your child’s development

Are you aware of the free online screening tool provided by Easter Seals as a way to track your child’s development? A message from the Easter Seals organization: The first five years of a child’s life are an intensive developmental period. By age five, most children are walking and talking, but are you aware of […]

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Easter Seals: Make the First Five Count {Early Childhood}

The following information is being posted on behalf of West Glen and Easter Seals.* Those of us with a background in Early Childhood understand the importance of the early years. When parents value that time and the resources available to them, their children have a greater chance of reaching their full potential. All children learn […]

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November 22, 2010

Easter Seals Living with Disabilities Study: How can you help?

The following information is being posted on behalf of West Glen and Easter Seals.* As a mom you do everything to ensure that your child’s future will include the best education, employment opportunities and quality of life. But what happens if you’re one of the millions of adults living with a developmental disability in this […]

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July 27, 2009

Act for Autism: Easter Seals Act for Autism Campaign

Mommy Perks is happy to blog today on behalf of the Easter Seals Act for Autism Campaign. When I was asked to post about this topic for our readers, I jumped to say, “Yes!” As many of you know, my other business offers custom social stories and custom behavior books for children at home and […]

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