Easterseals Alaska

UPDATED: April 12, 2022

Today and every day, Easterseals offers indispensable resources to more than a million people and families living with a disability annually. Our best in class, inclusive services are provided through a network of local Easterseals facilities in communities nationwide. Easterseals offers hundreds of home and community based services and supports—categorized into five distinct support areas: Live, Learn, Work, Play and Act.

LIVE: Hands on comprehensive, vital programs and support to help people reach their full potential:
• Adult and senior services
• Autism services
• Medical rehabilitation and health services
• Mental health services
• Residential and housing services

LEARN: Programs designed to help children and adults learn—and often relearn—basic functions, master skills need to develop and thrive, and be sharp and active across the lifespan.
• Online development screening tool
• Assistive technology services
• Early intervention services
• Child care services
• Children services

WORK: A range of training, placement and related services helping people prepare for the workforce.
• Veterans and Military family services
• Workforce Development services

PLAY: Fun, healthy programs for children, adults and caregivers to relax, connect with friends and engage in constructive activities.
• Camping and recreation
• Respite services
• Supportive services

ACT: Involvement opportunities for our vibrant community of friends and supporters.
• Community engagement and outreach
• Educational programming

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


670 W. Fireweed Lane, Suite 201
Anchorage, AK 99503
United States



(907) 277-7325

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