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41 CAPE GAZETrE, Tuesday, May 10 - May 12, 2005 - 25 Public invited to Easter Seals groundbrealdng May 16 New Georgetown site to serve Sussex County Easter Seals Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore invites the public to help celebrate the of- ficial groundbreaking of the new facility in Georgetown, at 10 a.m., Monday, May 16. The facility is part of a major growth initiative by Easter Seals to meet the in- creasing needs of the community for services for people with dis'- abilities. The ceremony will be at the building site for the new loca- tion on Route 113 in Georgetown, just south of the intersection of Route 9 on the northbound side of the highway. "Easter Seals' decision to ex- pand our services in Sussex is a direct response to the growing needs of the community," said Easter Seals President/CEO San- dra J. Tuttle. "As Sussex Coun- ty's population continues to rapid- ly expand so does the need for re- habilitative therapies, early child- hood intervention and adult day programs, as well as the many other services that Easter Seals of- fers. The dramatic growth in the older population gives an even greater sense of urgency to our need to expand services there. We believe it's critical for people to have a place like Easter Seals to turn to when the need occurs." The new facility will consoli- date and upgrade current Easter Seals services into an efficient, EMS Week'to be celebrated with safety, fair May15 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week, an annual national event brings together local com- munities and medical personnel to publicize safety and honor the dedication of those who provide the day:today lifesaving services of tile medical front line. The theme of this year's EMS Week - Ready, Reliable and Responsive - focuses on the commitment and dedication of the 750,000 EMS providers who offer an essential community service every day. This year, Sussex Coianty EMS will hold its first public safety fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, May 15, at its office at the inter- section of Route 9 and Route 113 behind the Wilmington Trust building in Georgetown. Sussex County EMS along with State Farm Insurance and a variety of partners will hold activities hon- oring paramedics, emergency medical technicians, first respon- ders, firefighters and police offi- Continued on page 27 modem 25,000-square-foot center conveniently located in George- town. Easter Seals will maintain the current site in Seaford to ad- dress the specific needs of adults with developmental disabilities in that part of the county. Last year, Easter Seals provided adult day services, rehabilitation therapies and assistive technology services to more than 1,000 people in Sus- sex County. Almost 2,000 Sussex residents received indirect servic- es from Easter Seals such as refer- " rals, equipment loans, and partici- pation in professional and public education activities "Easter Seals has been a part of the Sussex County community for more than 40 years," said Tuttle. "We think if we can benefit the life of one person with a disabili- ty, to help them reach their maxi- mum level of independence with- in their community. Then we can benefit the community as a whole. We hope the public will join us at our groundbreaking as we cele- brate this new beginning in the county." Easter Seals is a nonprofit, community based health agency dedicated to increasing the inde- pendence of children and adults with disabilities or other special needs through direct services and advocacy. Easter Seals offers a range of services, including out- patient rehabilitation therapy, ear- ly intervention services for chil- dren, day services for adults with physical disabilities and cognitive disabilities and assistive technolo- gy services to increase the func- tional capabilities of people with disabilities. Creating Solutions, changing lives. Easter Seals creates solu- tions that change the lives of chil- dren and adults with disabilities or special needs and their families, so they can live independently with dignity. To learn more about how Easter Seals helps children and adults with disabilities, call 800-677-3800 , or visit MOTHER'S DAY PROMO110"  WITH THEFURCHIe OF i: ANY JONES NEW YORK FRAME RECEIVE A FREE SILK JEWELRY POUOL EASTER SEALS INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE THE OFFICIAL GROUNDBREAKING OF OUR NEW SUSSEX COUNTY FACILITY. Monday, May 16, 2005 I0:00 am Route 113, Georgetown Just south of the intersection of Rt. 9 " (Northbound Lane) Refreshments un31 be served. 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