Success stories happen every day at the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - with your help!
Follow the links below to read stories of local children and adults who are maximizing their independence.
Abigail: Abigail's communication skills were delayed, but nothing can stop her now that she's learning to talk at the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center.
Alexis: Alexis can run, jump and dance, thanks to Easter Seals and YOU!
Ben: A motorcycle crash changed Ben Trockman's life, but he's on the road to success and independence.
Braxton: After a serious accident, Braxton had to relearn how to walk. Now he’s running and jumping again, with some help from Easter Seals.
Josh M.: A diving accident was no match for Josh Miller's competitive spirit.
Josh W.: Josh Woolsey has a great smile, a love of sports, determination to succeed, and Down syndrome.
Mo: Mo got a new family in a new country. Now Easter Seals is giving him a new chance at independence.
Millie & Jacob: Millie and her great-grandson Jacob are both maximizing their independence, thanks to the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center.
Owen: Owen George was born with spina bifida. With therapy at the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center, he is taking giant steps toward independence.
Ryne: Ryne had a stroke at birth, but he's now a typical 4-year-old, thanks to Milestones and the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center.
Vinny: Before The P.L.A.Y. Project, Vinny didn’t make eye contact. Now, despite his autism diagnosis, he even gives hugs!
Zach: As "team motivator" for the Reitz H.S. football team, Zach Harris doesn’t let cerebral palsy affect his positive outlook.