The Autism Program (TAP) at Easterseals serves the counties of JoDaviess, Lake, Stephenson, Boone, Winnebago, McHenry, Northern Ogle, and Dekalb.
The Autism Program at Easterseals (TAP) provides evidence-based screenings, diagnostics, trainings, information, and resources related to autism spectrum disorder. The outreach program is for individuals living with an autism spectrum disorder and the families, caregivers, and professionals who support them.
Lori Davie is the program manager for The Autism Program (TAP) at Easterseals.
University of Illinois, Rockford
1601 Parkview Avenue
Rockford, IL 61107 , IL 61107
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October Bullying Prevention: Kindness Counts Community Project
The Autism Program (TAP) at Easterseals and community supporters would like to invite you to participate in our KINDNESS COUNTS COMMUNITY PROJECT. The goal is to collect 5000 pull soda/pop can tabs. The tabs will be donated to Ronald McDonald House.
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Episode 3: How to Turn Around a Nonprofit in Crisis
When Sara Ray Stoelinga became the new President & CEO of Easterseals Serving Chicagoland and Greater Rockford in May 2019, the organization was in financial and organizational crisis. They were more than $22 million in debt with an additional several million dollars in unpaid bills and were barely making payroll. The direction and sustainability of the agency were uncertain. This podcast delves into how Stoelinga — together with the Board of Directors, strong new senior leaders, and essential external partners — righted the ship at the non-profit and the lessons learned along the way on the journey from organizational peril to a future of growth and prosperity.
CEO Stoelinga honors five "crucial" partners at Golf Classic
Easterseals Serving Chicagoland and Greater Rockford awarded five Partner Awards at its Annual Golf Classic.
A Teacher Appreciation Week message from our CEO
May 2-6, 2022 is Teacher Appreciation Week! This year, our President & CEO has a special message.
IDHS: Home Services Program
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See information on how to support the life cycle, health, and well-being of the family when a member has a disability.