EASTER SEALS JOLIET REGION INC
212 BARNEY DRIVE, JOLIET, IL 60453 www.joliet.easterseals.com

Total Revenue
$10,703,699
Total Expenses
$10,616,424
Net Assets
$6,465,993

Organizations Filed Purposes: EASTER SEALS PROVIDES EXCEPTIONAL SERVICES TO ENSURE THAT ALL PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES OR SPECIAL NEEDS AND THEIR FAMILIES HAVE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY TO LIVE, LEARN, WORK AND PLAY IN THEIR COMMUNITIES.

THE MISSION OF EASTER SEALS IS TO INCREASE INDEPENDENCE, MAXIMIZE OPPORTUNITIES, MINIMIZE BARRIERS,AND ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES, THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AND THEIR FAMILIES THROUGH DIRECT SERVICE PROGRAMS. EASTER SEALS IS ACCREDITED BY THE COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION OF REHABILITATION FACILITIES AND LICENSED BY THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES.

PROVIDE EARLY INTERVENTION AND OUTPATIENT REHABILITATION THERAPY TO ENABLE DISBALED CHILDREN TO ENHANCE DEVELOPMENT, INDEPENDENCE, AND SELF-ESTEEM. THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE REHABILITATION USING AN INDIVIDUALIZED PROGRAM BASED ON INDIVIDUAL NEEDS TO MAXIMIZE A CHILD'S INDEPENDENCE. DURING THIS PAST YEAR, 1,865 CHILDREN RECEIVED SPEECH THERAPY, PHYSICAL THERAPY, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, DEVELOPMENTAL THERAPY, SENSORY INTEGRATION, AQUATIC THERAPY, AUTISM DIAGNOSTIC TESTING, AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY. ADDITIONALLY, THERE WERE 1,967 CONSULTATIONS AND SCREENINGS COMPLETED AND 606 PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS RECEIVED TRAINING.

PROVIDE COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR DISABLED INDIVIDUALS TO IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE AND ENABLE THEM TO REACH THE LIMITS OF THEIR POTENTIAL. PROMOTE COMMUNITY INTEGRATION, INDEPENDENCE OF DAILY LIVING, HEALTH, AND ECONOMIC SELF SUFFICIENCY. DURING THE PAST YEAR, 105 INDIVIDUALS WERE SERVED IN 24-HOUR AND INTERMITTENT SETTINGS. SOME OF THE SERVICES PROVIDED WERE BEHAVIORAL SERVICES, CASE MANAGEMENT, FAMILY SUPPORT, NURSING, NUTRITIONAL SERVICES, RECREATONAL SERVICES, SOCIAL WORK SERVICES, TRANSPORTATION, AND VOCATIONAL COUNSELING.

PROVIDE FOSTER HOMES FOR CHILDREN BOTH DISABLED AND NON-DISABLED WITH THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF REUNITING FAMILIES, ADOPTION, OR INDEPENDENCE. THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES ALTERNATIVE LIVING ARRANGEMNTS FOR THE DISABLED AND MEDICALLY CHALLENGED CHILD AT RISK OF HARM OR INSTITUTIONALIZATION. DURING THE PAST YEAR, 72 CHILDREN WERE SERVED IN 44 HOMES OVER 6 COUNTIES. SOME OF THE SERVICES PROVIDED WERE BEHAVIORAL SERVICES, CASE MANAGEMENT, NURSING, NUTRITIONAL SERVICES, RECREATIONAL SERVICES, SOCIAL WORK SERVICES, TRANSPORTATION, AND VOCATIONAL COUNSELING.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Debra CondottiCEO40$161,757
David GardnerCFO40$122,855
Chris TomasinoDIRECTOR OF PEDIATRIC PROG40$102,500
Vanessa HunterDIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL AN40$101,220
Donald TheobaldDIRECTOR1$0
Phyllis SkubicDIRECTOR1$0
William SpahrDIRECTOR1$0
Dave SilvermanDIRECTOR1$0
Deb SchimerowskiDIRECTOR1$0
Leslie NewbonDIRECTOR1$0
Lauren LasDIRECTOR1$0
Pamela MottDIRECTOR1$0
Lyle HughartDIRECTOR1$0
Debbie HighlandDIRECTOR1$0
Tom GrotovskyDIRECTOR1$0
John GreenwoodDIRECTOR1$0
Maria GeorgantasDIRECTOR1$0
Carter LarryDIRECTOR1$0
Jody GlotfeltyDIRECTOR1$0
Karen FerreroDIRECTOR1$0
Joyce DonahueDIRECTOR1$0
Chris ChessonDIRECTOR1$0
Lisa ArroyoDIRECTOR1$0
Jean BunceDIRECTOR1$0
Michael CohenTREASURER1$0
Pam HeavensSECRETARY1$0
Ralph SchultzVICE CHAIRMAN1$0
Edna BrassCHAIRMAN1$0
Wayne ChessonPAST CHAIRMAN1$0

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