Easter Seals Alabama was founded in 1926.
Their core values have always supported and promoted independence and quality of life for individuals with disabilities.
Easter Seals Alabama is part of a network of over 500 service sites operating under the umbrella of the parent organization, known simply as Easter Seals. The parent organization is a non profit charitable organization providing services in North America and Australia.
Easter Seals provides services to people with disabilities and special needs in their local communities.
Because Easter Seals is a community-based organization, the majority of their revenue supports services in the areas where funds are raised. Funding is obtained from a variety of sources, including private insurers, government agencies, public contributions and fee-for-service.
Services provided include:
- Medical Rehabilitation
- Residential Services
- Job Training and Employment
- Child Care
- Adult Day Programs
- Camping and Recreation
- Substance Abuse Programs
- and others
Easter Seals Alabama consists of nine community rehabilitation program sites and the world’s largest barrier free recreational camp, Camp ASCCA.
Their Corporate Office is located in Montgomery, Alabama.
Learn more about Easter Seals.