Easter Seals Nova Scotia has been at the forefront of providing services and programs to individuals with disabilities for over 88 years.
We are the primary destination for those seeking information, support, mobility equipment, recreation programs, and skills development opportunities. We advocate for a barrier-free Nova Scotia and provide top-quality services promoting mobility, inclusion and independence for Nova Scotians with disabilities. 30% of Nova Scotians live with a disability, the highest percentage amongst all Canadian provinces.
Annually, more than 2,700 Nova Scotians and their families participate in or beneﬁt from our programs and services. As a provincial organization, we serve Nova Scotians from Yarmouth to Cape Breton.
We bridge the gap between Nova Scotians with disabilities and the programs and services that can meet their goals, aspirations and access to full participation in their communities.
Easter Seals Nova Scotia provides programs that include: wheelchair and mobility equipment provision programs (Assisted Mobility), job skills and workplace training at New Leaf Enterprises, our barrier-free Camp Tidnish, and accessible recreation programs like Learn to Sledge Hockey and Boccia (Take PART).