Nationally, Easter Seals is the leading non-profit provider of services for individuals with autism,
developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, other special needs, and disabled veterans. For more
than 68 years, Easter Seals Greater Houston has been offering help, hope and answers to people of
all ages with disabilities and their families. Through therapy, training, education and support services,
Easter Seals creates life-changing solutions so that people with disabilities can live, learn, work and
play in our community.
Founded in Houston in 1947, Easter Seals Greater Houston provides a variety of needed services to
individuals of all ages with all types of disabilities and their families in the five counties surrounding
the Houston area. We are the only organization in the greater Houston area providing comprehensive
services to individuals with all types of disabilities and their families.
Originally called the Cerebral Palsy Treatment Center, the organization was started to provide
services to individuals with disabilities living in Houston and Harris County. The Center served as a
school and as a therapeutic service center over the years, and was briefly called the Children's
Center for Developmental Therapy. In 1989, the organization changed its name once again and
greatly expanded and reorganized it's services to meet the needs of its clientele. Today as Easter
Seals Greater Houston, the organization provides multiple outstanding service programs (Adult
Program, Camps & Case Management, BridgingApps, The Caroline School, ECI Infant Program,
Housing Initiative, High School / High Tech, Respite Services, Toy / Tech, the Assistive Technology
Lab, Transition Services, and Veterans Services) to children and adults with all types of disabilities and thier families.
Primary Contact: Jacquie Miller
Data Contact: Jacquie Miller
Alternate Contact: Elise Hough
Financial Contact: Beverly Phillips