EIN 94-1497580

Easter Seals Central California

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To provide innovative services for children and adults with disabilities and their families so they may actively participate in the community with the freedom to choose how they live, learn, work and play. Easter Seals Central California provides inno...

Program areas at Easter Seals Central California

Reponding to the ever-increasing need for training support, and education services for individuals on the autism spectrum, escc is at the forefront in providing comprehensive, evidence-based evaluation and treatment to create life-changing solutions for those with an autism spectrum disorder (asd) and their families. Autism services include the early intervention autism program and the play project (play and language for autistic youngsters), which are both home-based intensive intervention programs for young children, behavior intervention specialists who provide consultation, training and support for school staffs who work with students with asd, continued on schedule as well as various community support services such as strengthening special families, triple p (positive parenting program), and sibshops program which provides sibiling support in an activity based enviroment where sibilings can communicate and play together with other sibilings that have similar day to day living challenges, this program served 57 people.
Camp harmon is a residential, co-educational camp for children and adults with disabilities, and has been in operation since 1963. Facilities include a lodge and dinning hall, winterized cabins, arts and crafts center, nature lodge, accesible pool, archery, athletic field, hiking trails, and an animal farm. In addition to private payment, funding for scholarships to camp harmon is also provided by the California regional centers. This program served 628 people.
The educational services program supplements staff and programs offered by public schools. These services include one-to-one assistance, sign language interpertation, adaptive physical education, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, behavioral intervention and home teaching. This program served 91 people.

Form 990s for Easter Seals Central California

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2020-082021-04-13990View PDF
2019-082021-04-13990View PDF
2019-082021-01-28990View PDF
2018-082019-10-04990View PDF
2017-082018-10-16990View PDF
...and 7 more Form 990s

Who funds Easter Seals Central California

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
K Arakelian FoundationHealth$1,000
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Financials for Easter Seals Central California

RevenuesFYE 08/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$196,996
Program services$1,828,194
Investment income and dividends$17
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$104,609
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$12,559
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$9,359
Total revenues$2,151,734

Personnel at Easter Seals Central California

Erica YbarraExecutive Director$0
Scott WebbPast Executive Director$125,000
Jeff TerpstraBoard Chair$0
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...and 5 more key personnel

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Prospect CenterQueensbury, NY$3,095,820
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The Aspergerautism Network (AANE)Watertown, MA$3,370,543
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Virginia Association of Community Services BoardsGlen Allen, VA$877,493
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9010 Soquel Drive Ste 1
Aptos, CA 95003
Metro area
Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA
Website URL
(831) 684-2166
Facebook page
IRS details
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Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
S41: Promotion of Business
NAICS code, primary
813920: Professional Associations
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