Child Development Service’s Nicole Sartor Shares Her Personal COVID-19 Story

Our Mental Health Disability Specialist Nicole Sartor shares her story of getting the coronavirus.

New Webinar Series in Support of May’s Mental Health Awareness Month

In recognition of May’s Mental Health Awareness Month, Easterseals Southern California's Outreach and Engagement services is providing a series of free mental health webinars.

Easterseals Ramps Up COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Across Southern California

Over 933 vaccinations have been administered to associates, participants and their caregivers thus far through clinics hosted at several ESSC locations!

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Adult Day Services Poetry Club Continues to Flourish

Launched over the summer, the Adult Day Services Poetry Club invites participants and associates to share their creativity every Friday at 11:30 a.m. over Zoom. The club was started by associate and advocate, Howard McBroom, who had been attending a monthly poetry event at Barnes & Noble before the pandemic began. "When Howard shared his disappointment [...]

By |2020-12-17T13:39:17+00:00December 17th, 2020|Categories: For Adults, Services|0 Comments

Easterseals Outreach & Engagement Hosts A Holiday Mental Health Workshop For Orange County Residents

Register today to learn tips for coping with this year's holiday season.

The 2020 Media Access Awards presented by Easterseals Disability Services

The 2020 Media Access Awards presented by Easterseals Disability Services celebrate the accurate portrayal and employment of people with disabilities in all media.

We Are the 25%

Easterseals Southern California (ESSC) has launched a public awareness campaign, “We are the 25%”. It highlights that 1 in 4 Americans identifies has having a disability, and that the disability vote represents some 61 million voices strong.

Celebrating Adult Day Services During The COVID-19 Pandemic

This year's National Adult Day Services Week September 20-26, brings with it a renewed appreciation for how the service provides older adults, adults living with dementia, or adults living with disabilities with individualized therapeutic, social, and health services for some part of the day.