Katie Harris

Join the Teams of Walking for Dreams

Easterseals Crossroads will once again participate in the annual Walking for Dreams Family and Pet Walk. This fundraising event is a great community opportunity for everyone including our own staff, board members, families, friends and community partners. We participate in this event with other nonprofits in our area; once again, due to COVID, there will… Read more Join the Teams of Walking for Dreams

JPMorgan Chase Webinar

Easterseals Crossroads is pleased to partner with JPMorgan Chase to offer a financial webinar on Thursday, April 15, that will focus on tools and resources for people with disabilities. The webinar will benefit people with disabilities, parents/caregivers of those with disabilities and professionals in the field. The webinar is FREE, but participants must register. If… Read more JPMorgan Chase Webinar

Stronger with Children’s Therapy Services

“We had no idea we would ever need services from Easterseals Crossroads until Theo came along,” said Theo’s dad Matt. Theo has severe hearing loss in his left ear and receives speech therapy services where he is gaining momentum. “Easterseals Crossroads works as a team with our family and Theo’s school, which has made us… Read more Stronger with Children’s Therapy Services

Stronger Together with Redux

Easterseals Crossroads is stronger with community support. Our matching gift sponsor Redux has generously agreed to match all donations through 12/31 up to $25,000. This allows us to double our impact in the community as we continue to provide services that develop and maximize independence for people with disabilities.  Your support is critical now more… Read more Stronger Together with Redux

Meet Beth

Beth attended Easterseals Crossroads for children’s therapy services in the 1970s. Her parents received a recommendation because she was experiencing learning and fine motor developmental delays.  “I am not certain of all of my goals for therapy, but I do remember therapists helping me learn to deal with my learning challenges. Another goal was basic… Read more Meet Beth

Meet Richard

As a young boy in the early 1960s, Richard had difficulty making certain sounds, he had a slight stutter and he had slower than normal reading skills. His mother’s sister, who had her PhD in education, suggested that the family contact a rehabilitation center for services. Because of his speech challenges, Richard attended public school… Read more Meet Richard