a leading provider of services for people with disabilities in central Indiana
Our purpose is to change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day right here in central Indiana. Easterseals Crossroads is your community resource dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities achieve milestones in independence from birth through later life.
For young families, we are there at the beginning with early intervention therapy for babies / toddlers and therapy services for children. We grow with your family with autism services, camp and respite programs. As your family ages, we assist with transition services, employment assistance, veteran programs and community day supports. As your family changes, we provide answers for independence through assistive technology, deaf services and home modification services.
We are stronger together
At Easterseals Crossroads, we know the importance of teamwork, especially when it comes to tough times. This past year has challenged our agency, our community and our world with the COVID pandemic. The obstacles have been immense for everyone within our community; we have felt the struggles within our own Easterseals Crossroads family.
Our community needs us to continue to be the resource that children and adults with disabilities depend upon. Our reach extends to 88,000 people who benefit from our services as they live, learn, work and play – people who need our services to maintain independence and thrive.
Now more than ever, supporting services at Easterseals Crossroads allows us to remain the resource you may need on a future day. If you donate from now through December 31, your gift will be matched due to the generosity of our sponsor Redux.
Easterseals Crossroads is the community resource any one of us could need at any point in our lives. Community support is vital to our existence because we depend on philanthropy for 25 percent of our operating budget. Your donation supports individuals in our community who depend upon our services to live, learn, work and play– people who do not need our services until they do.