Easter Seals sponsored a public education campaign promoting the importance of folic acid.
Easter Seals Canada launched the Disability Travel Card program for people with a permanent disability who require the assistance of a support person.
The Easter Seals Paper Egg Campaign national annual fundraiser launched, as well as the Access 2 Card program for people with a permanent disability who require the assistance of a support person.
Easter Seals/March of Dimes National Council resolved a dispute with Ontario March of Dimes. This involved transferring for consideration the name March of Dimes, together with all related intellectual property, to Ontario March of Dimes. At the same time, Easter Seals/March of Dimes National Council and all of its provincial Licensed Members agreed to cease use of the name March of Dimes and related intellectual property. The national organization now operates under the name Easter Seals Canada.
The Easter Seals Drop Zone national annual fundraising event was launched.
Amway Canada committed to a national sponsorship of Easter Seals events – a partnership that continued for 15 years.
CENTURY 21 introduced its Kids to Camp program, providing funding for children with disabilities to attend Easter Seals accessible camps throughout Canada.