The Achievement Center – Easter Seals was established in 1961 in a movement to offer quality services to individuals with disabilities. Since its beginning, the Center is a cooperative community effort among industry, Easter Seals Alabama, state and local education systems, Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services and the Veterans Administration. This cooperative effort has minimized the duplication of services and maximized the quality and quantity of services delivered to those benefiting from our assistance.
The Center is also in partnership with local area universities whereby students may fulfill practicum and internship requirements in the rehabilitation field by serving in a number of roles at the Center.
The Achievement Center – Easter Seals today operates a staff of 30 employees under the direction of Star Wray, Executive Director. Ms. Wray also reports to a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of 14 individuals who represent all counties served. Our Board members offer a wide cross-section of experiences and backgrounds from both public and private business sectors, education, law, finance, medical and community relations.
Please click below to view the Achievement Center – Easter Seals core values:
Code of Ethics & Core Values
Please click below to view the Achievement Center – Easter Seals Consumer Handbook:
Quarterly Outcomes and Survey Results can be viewed on the bulletin board at AC-ES:
Each service rendered exemplifies the compassion and concern this community has for its citizens. We believe that you will find genuine concern for the continued growth and development of each individual served.