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Camp ROCKS for Young People with Autism

Sunday, June 17 — Friday, June 22 Camp ROCKS is a 5-night / 6-day outdoor camp designed for young people with autism who are 10-18 years old. Age-appropriate activities will allow campers the opportunity to enjoy an outdoor camping experience in a fun, nurturing environment. Activities will include science exploration, swimming, nature hikes, horseback riding,… Read more Camp ROCKS for Young People with Autism

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Autism Awareness Series

In observation of Autism Awareness month during April, please join other families  at Easterseals Crossroads (4740 Kingsway Drive, Indianapolis) every Wednesday evening in April for our Autism Awareness Series. Please note, parents and caregivers are the primary audience for this seminar series. The goal of this seminar series is to provide information and resources for individuals on… Read more Autism Awareness Series

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Celebrating Ability through Art

At Easterseals Crossroads, we incorporate art activities into our Adult Day program. Program participants really enjoy the process of working on individual and collective projects. There is often a great sense of teamwork that results in collaborative projects and our participants really enjoy the collective spirit. Our staff enjoy experimenting with different mediums and different… Read more Celebrating Ability through Art

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Disability Film Challenge

Promoted by Easterseals Southern California, the Easterseals Disability Film Challenge gives filmmakers – with and without disabilities – the opportunity to collaborate and tell unique stories that showcase disability in its many forms. This in turn supports Easterseals’ goal to change the way the world defines and views disability so that everyone can reach his… Read more Disability Film Challenge

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Celebrate Ability with us in March

Celebrate Ability | Saturday, March 24, 2018 Indiana Roof Ballroom, 140 West Washington Street Presented by Community Health Network, Celebrate Ability promises to be a premiere fundraising event. We take this evening to recognize the collective accomplishments of the 7,250 individuals whom we served during the year. We do this by creating awareness of our agency… Read more Celebrate Ability with us in March

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This is Bonnie

Remaining in one’s home is important for individuals with disabilities as well as for those who are experiencing age-related mobility changes. Home modifications can often help ensure safety and contribute to independence. We offer home modification evaluations so that individuals can remain confident, comfortable and independent in their homes. Bonnie used home modification services at… Read more This is Bonnie