Easter Seals Ontario is pleased to share information on the new Parent and Youth Advisory Committee. …
Easter Seals Ontario Services
Services provided by Easter Seals Ontario for children, youth, and their families.
COVID-19: Resources for Staying Safe, Healthy and Informed
Together, we are facing an extraordinary situation with new challenges and uncertainty. Easter Seals Ontario is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and taking direction from the government and public health departments. As the new school year starts there are still so many unanswered questions. All parents of students are anxious and unsure about what will happen when students return to school. There is also conflicting information on what precautions are being taken at school and many details change on a daily basis.
Here is How Easter Seals Ontario Can Help
We offer a variety of services to help children with physical disabilities and their families.
We provide funding assistance for essential mobility and accessibility equipment so kids can BE KIDS.
Easter Seals Camps
Easter Seals Ontario has two fully accessible summer camps for children with disabilities.
Easter Seals Ontario administers the Incontinence Supplies Grant Program for the Ministry of Health.
Find information about transitions and other topics to help families and children with physical disabilities.
Visit our education blog, where parents of children with physical disabilities can find information on school related issues.
Find information about our post secondary Scholarships, Advocacy, The Northern Health Travel Grant, and our Easter Seals Ontario Ambassador Program.
Easter Seals Ontario is committed to helping children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities and their families. Through the generous support of its donors and volunteers, Easter Seals provides quality services and programs and acts as an effective voice for their needs and interests.
Our Core Services
Easter Seals Ontario’s programs and services focus on serving children and youth up to the age of 19 who have a physical disability affecting their mobility. We provide funding for essential mobility and accessibility equipment, fully accessible summer camp, special education resources, post-secondary scholarships, access to additional information resources and public awareness of disability issues.