Chloe’s family doesn’t know why she can’t walk. But they DO know that Easter Seals is here to support them

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While most of the world is preparing to send their kids back to school, parents Linda and Philip are wondering if their daughter Chloe will ever be able to walk or hold her own head up. Donate to Easter Seals and support families like Chloe’s Chloe was born after a healthy pregnancy and delivery. It was not until she was a few months old that Linda and Philip noticed that … [Read more...]

Help Keep Kids Like Syona Dancing

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Syona’s mother describes her as a strong girl who “has been through things you wouldn’t expect for a three-year-old.” Syona has cerebral palsy, a condition that drastically affects her muscular development and control. Thanks to generous donations from individuals like you, Syona’s family can purchase the expensive assistive equipment their daughter needs. So far, Syona’s … [Read more...]

Send kids like Brandon and Abigail to camp!

Brandon enjoying archery at camp

Brandon and Abigail are fraternal twins, who were born 4 months prematurely. Abigail has cerebral palsy and a severe hearing impairment. Brandon suffered a brain injury shortly after birth during surgery, which resulted in damaged muscles and nerves on one side of his body. Their mom thought that they would never be able to go to camp. On the third day of Abigail’s first … [Read more...]

Meet ten-year-old Meagan

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Meagan is ten-years-old. She is a lively, talkative child, who sings in her school choir and is learning to play the piano. It was really important to her to become a trained peer mediator at school, which means she helps other students to get along on the playground. Fortunately for them, she is able to access most of the playground with her power wheelchair. Born with … [Read more...]

Easter Seals Ontario Celebrates 90 Years

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Easter Seals Ontario is proud to celebrate 90 years of helping children with physical disabilities.  On November 28, 1922, representatives from 10 Rotary Clubs met in Windsor, Ontario to discuss the inadequate resources and support available for the province’s children with physical disabilities. Recognizing a need for action, they formed the Ontario Society for Crippled … [Read more...]