For more than 75 years, Easter Seals Southeast WI has been offering help and hope to children and adults living with disabilities, and to the families who love them. Through therapy, training, education and support services, Easter Seals creates life-changing solutions so that people with disabilities can live, learn, work and play.
We are very proud to announce that this June we celebrated the graduation of one of our autism services participants, Kai.
Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin Hosts Annual Evening of Impact on March 20th
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in conjunction with the Milwaukee Area Developmental Disabilities Service Association (MADDSA) has recently announced the award winner for the Milwaukee County’s 2011 Caregiver of the Year. Susan Klawien, Easter Seals Activity Personal Care Coordinator, was recently awarded this prestigious award on behalf of her dedication as a caregiver over the last ten years.
Join Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin and Marquette University High School on Oct. 9 for a free football clinic for children with autism and their siblings. The day of football fun is an opportunity to integrate individuals affected by autism into the community. The inclusion of the individuals and their families will raise awareness for Easter Seals’ autism services.
The Easter Seals’ National Board of Directors has recently announced the award winner for the 2011 Outstanding Advocate Award for Local Government, Milwaukee County’s Office of Persons with Disabilities Executive Director, Don Natzke. Each year the Easter Seals’ National Board of Directors awards an elected or appointed federal, state or municipal official the Outstanding Advocate Award. The award may be given to recognize an ongoing commitment to issues affecting people with disabilities or for one specifically noteworthy accomplishment.