"Parents is grateful to Easterseals, a longtime advertising partner, for the work the organization does to help support families facing disability," said Dana Points, editor in chief of Parents. "Its resources, including its free online screening tool that helps parents track milestones and learn what to do if something's not quite right, have helped countless families."
Easterseals and Parents have been partners for a decade, as they share a common bond supporting and providing resources for parents of kids with disabilities. Easterseals' longstanding efforts to help families with special needs is mentioned in the October Parents Editor's Letter.
From developmental screenings to early intervention programs, Easterseals is a partner to thousands of families facing disability or delays in their child's development. For children under the age of five, Easterseals is the leading provider of early intervention services—including occupational, physical, speech and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapies. All parents can access Easterseals' free online screening tool and other resources at Easterseals.com.
For more information on Easterseals, visit Easterseals.com or find the October issue of Parents on Texture or www.texture.com.
For nearly 100 years, Easterseals has been the indispensable resource for people and families challenged by disability. Now, as America faces a broad range of new issues, we make a major, positive, life—changing difference in the lives of people and families challenged by today's disabilities. The work we do every day is redefining disability for the 21st century.
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The Meredith Parents Network is a collection of parenting brands targeting millennial women – Parents, FamilyFun, Ser Padres, Parents Latina and Fit Pregnancy and Baby as well as FitPregnancy.com, Parents.com and Parenting.com – reflecting the multi-faceted experience of what it means to be a mom today. The brands reach moms through dynamic media platforms that engage them in ways they can personally relate to in the moments, places, and languages that are meaningful to them. The Meredith Parents Network reaches a combined audience of over 30 million readers, while the digital properties reach over 11 million unduplicated unique monthly visitors and have a social reach of over 5 million followers.
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