Toolkit for People With Disabilities
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This toolkit contains resources for organizations and people that want to help increase confidence in and uptake of COVID-19 vaccines among people with disabilities. It includes information from CDC and new, culturally tailored materials from the HHS COVID-19 public education campaign and its team of multicultural experts.
Some links take you to resources on the CDC website.
We’ll regularly update this toolkit, so please check back for new materials.
Answers to frequently asked questions, talking points, tips, and other science-based information about COVID-19 and the vaccines to use in your conversations and share in-person and through direct mailings, newsletters, emails, and social media accounts.
Guidance and tools from the CDC website to help people with disabilities and those who serve or care for them make decisions, protect their health, and communicate with their communities.
Guidance from CDC for vaccinating older adults and people with disabilities.
Strategies from CDC for reaching populations with limited access to COVID-19 vaccines.
On this page, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides tips to help you talk with patients with ID/DDs about COVID-19 vaccination and considerations for COVID-19 vaccine site accessibility and scheduling.
Informational pamphlet for health care providers encouraging them to get vaccinated to protect themselves and those for whom they provide care.
These COVID-19 materials from CDC were primarily developed for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and others who read or listen with understanding below a third-grade level.
Graphic story about how to get a COVID-19 shot and what happens afterwards.
Information on how to access and use the Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL).
Text, images, and animations, optimized to share on your social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Informational videos available on YouTube to watch and share online and on your social media accounts.
A series of videos in American Signed Language about COVID-19 vaccination, preventive measures and other supportive facts.