Profit share flyer

The Stand Profit Share Fundraiser

The Stand Profit Share Fundraiser Mark your calendars! We are FEASTING at The Stand in the Woodlands on Thursday, October 20th from 11 am-10 pm. Show the cashier the flyer below or enter code EASTERSEALS at and 20% of…
Smiling ECI Client near ruler

Incredible, Measurable Progress

“She has grown in confidence when it comes to expressing herself and the joy that we feel for her is worth it all.”
Family Day Out Camper with volunteers

Launching Inclusion and Fun Into Orbit

Launching Inclusion and Fun Into Orbit Several times throughout the year Easter Seals Greater Houston hosts Family Day Out, a Saturday camp for children with disabilities and their siblings. Campers are paired one-on-one with a buddy volunteer for a day…
Adult Program Client and Kim

Arrrr Adult Mateys

Arrrr Adult Mateys Ahoy there! Easter Seals Greater Houston’s Adult Program recently celebrated International Talk Like a Pirate Day. It was more than just a good time with our mateys, our Adult Program participants also learned about different types of…
Caroline School Students Learning

New Friends, New Classes, and New Skills!

New Friends, New Classes, and New Skills! NEW SCHOOL YEAR, NEW FRIENDS The first week of school is always fun and exciting, and this year was no exception for Easter Seals Greater Houston’s The Caroline School (TCS) students and teachers. We kicked off…
BridgingApps Search Tool

New, Easier Way to Find Helpful Apps

New, Easier Way to Find Helpful Apps The BridgingApps program and website helps people with disabilities, parents, older adults, teachers, veterans, and their families leverage mobile devices and apps to enhance their lives. To that end, we have been hard…
The Caroline School Students smiling on the first day of class

A Legacy of Inclusion

Students with various diagnoses and backgrounds have walked and rolled through the halls, gaining skills, independence, and friendship. Prioritizing inclusion and individualized learning is part of the incredible legacy of Caroline DeLuca, who passed in 2016.