Founded in 1937 as the Wheeling Society for Crippled Children, the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center has a long history of providing quality programs and services to individuals with disabilities and developmental delays. Through programs such as early intervention, outpatient medical rehabilitation, medical services and a variety of educational programs, those with disabilities continue to find hope, dignity and independence.
The Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center's team of nearly 50 therapists, health professionals and volunteers continue to help children and adults who face challenges overcome limitations and put hope within reach.
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