In this blog post, Easterseals associate Sylvia Munoz, Risk and Safety Director of Training, shares about her background growing up in California as a Mexican-American female and how that plays an integral part in who she is and what motivates her.
Direct Support Professional Recognition Week (Sept. 10-17) is an annual opportunity to celebrate the incredible, selfless work of the professionals who support people with disabilities here at Easterseals Southern California.
In our ongoing Ask Me series, Adult Day Services Coordinator Lora Glassman answers questions about Person-Centered Services and discusses how they impacted her life when she received services from ESSC.
Easterseals SoCal CEO, Mark Whitley recounts a Mission Moment with a Living Options participant's family Susan, who has thrived in her home of 16 years.
Easterseals Adult Day Services participants with disabilities volunteered at Comic-Con 2023 in San Diego.
In this blog post, Howard shares what Disability Pride Month means to him and how people, both with and without disabilities, can celebrate and support this month.
Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month recognizes the profound influence and contributions that Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans have made to the culture of the United States
Thanks to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), people with disabilities can travel on public transit including trains, buses, ride shares, and taxis. However, a large barrier remains when it comes to air travel – which is exempted from the ADA.
As we recognize Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re taking a look at how Easterseals Southern California’s (ESSC) services support the mental health of our participants.
The Easterseals Southern California (ESSC) Research Division provides insight into what neurodiversity means and how it relates to our services.