Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador 

Address: 206 Mount Scio Rd, St. John’s, NL, A1B 4L5 

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Toll Free: 1-888-601-6767
Fax: (709) 754-1398 
Email: info@eastersealsnl.ca
Website: www.eastersealsnl.ca
Tel: (709) 754-1399 
Twitter: @EasterSealsNL
Facebook: @EasterSealsNL
Instagram: @eastersealsnl


Our vision is for a community where all people with disabilities live full, healthy, and active lives. Our mission is to engage, inspire, and maximize opportunities for people with disabilities of all ages by providing meaningful programs and services.

Target Population:

People with disabilities and their families

Highlights of Programs/Services Offered:

  • Recreation Programs: Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador offer over 20 programs and services that help people with disabilities, ranging from camps, and recreational activities such as wheelchair basketball, sledge hockey, swimming, and boccia to creative expression through music, dance, art, and family events. These programs successfully assist those with disabilities in achieving new heights year after year. This includes everything from increased physical ability and self-esteem, to increasing their self-expression and independence. 
  • Camps 
    • Easter Seals NL Camps is a place where everyone is welcome, it is a safe and secure place for participants and families to connect and have fun. Camp provides an opportunity for everyone to enjoy the camp experience. Camp promotes independence for campers and allows them to have new experiences and expand their horizons. 
    • Easter camp: delivered during easter week break with fun Easter themed activities including arts & crafts, music class, karaoke and much more. Campers can register for individual sessions or for the full week
    • Day camp: Easter Seals NL Summer Day Camp is an inclusive camp for participants with varying disabilities. Our camp program activities are designed for school-age children.
    • Family camp Bumbleberry: is an overnight inclusive environment for families to enjoy the camp experience at Burry Heights on Salmonier Line
    • Youth Camp Bumbleberry: is overnight camp which provides opportunities for youth aged 12-18 years of age to enjoy an independent camp experience, build friendships, and try new things. For more information email us at megan@eastersealsnl.ca
  • Equipment Loan Programs
    • Easter Seals NL offers equipment loan programs to families and participants looking to utilize equipment to participate in outdoor recreational activities. Equipment such as Trailriders, Hippocamp, Ice Sledges, and Snowcoach along with others are available for a short-term loan for any of our Easter Seals families, participants, community groups, or schools to loan.  
    • If you have a piece of used adaptive equipment that you are no longer in need of, consider donating it to “Linda’s Equipment Crossing”.  Any equipment donated is eligible for a tax receipt if submitted with an official appraisal from AIM Services or Eastern Medical for its depreciated value. 
  • Career and Educational Services: As a provincial community coordinator for the Opportunities Fund for People with Disabilities Program, we bring employees and employers together by providing a wage subsidy for employers to hire people with disabilities.
    • Horizons is Easter Seals NL’s work experience program for youth who face barriers to employment. Participants take part in four weeks of skills training and certifications, then one day a week of classes and workshops for the remainder of the 9-month program. They receive a stipend at the minimum wage rate for their time in skills training and classes. 
    • “I Can Too!” is a disability awareness program that allows children, from kindergarten to grade six, to learn about disability in a fun, interactive way! Through the use of a video, books, and a collection of dolls with adaptive equipment, children learn that disability does not equal inability and that people with a disability are the same as everyone else, they may just do things a little differently. 
    • Secure Futures: in partnership with TD bank individuals 18 years of age and older who would like to improve their financial literacy skills through various sessions on financial goal setting, investments, RDSPs, tax preparation, and much more. For more information email us at petra@eastersealsnl.ca or by calling (709) 754-1399 ext. 224.
  •  Easter Seals NL Park An Accessible & Inclusive Space. Once fully constructed our park will be the biggest accessible park East of Toronto. Phase I of our Easter Seals NL Park includes an accessible playground. Phase II includes the construction of a pavilion with a fire pit, a BBQ event plaza with a seating area, and sensory gardens all in accordance with the Canadian Standard Association’s Accessible Design for the Built Environment. Phase III will include an outdoor arena and an outbuilding. There are countless public green spaces and walking trails throughout St. John’s where many residents can enjoy the outdoors at no cost on their own time. Easter Seals NL simply wishes to extend this concept to be able to reach the disabled community, by creating a park that is truly for everyone. 

To find out more about programs and services, visit eastersealsnl.ca

Finding us: https://eastersealsnl.ca/contact/ 

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