COVID-19 Resources – People with Disabilities

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information for People with DD

COVID-19 Vaccine Information for People with DD

COVID-19 Vaccine InformationAutism Society of America's Vaccine Education Initiative
The VEI aims to increase vaccine education, confidence, and access through grassroots efforts.

Will’s story: Promoting Vaccine Confidence in Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
The CDC recommends vaccination against COVID-19 for everyone 5 years and older. However, some adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities still have questions about vaccine safety. In this video, an adult with Down syndrome shares his initial hesitation and the steps he took to educate himself.

Vaccine Hesitancy and Autism: A Family’s Story
The CDC recommends vaccination against COVID-19 for everyone 5 years and older. However, parents who have sons and daughters with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities may have questions about vaccine safety. In this video, a parent of a child with autism shares her family’s story of educating themselves on vaccine safety and addresses additional concerns present in the Hispanic community.

Dudas sobre las vacunas y el autismo: Una historia familiar
El CDC recomienda la vacunación contra COVID-19 para todas las personas de cinco años en adelante. Sin embargo, los padres que tienen hijos e hijas con autismo y otras discapacidades intelectuales y del desarrollo pueden tener preguntas sobre la seguridad de las vacunas. En este video, un padre de un niño con autismo comparte la historia de su familia de educarse sobre la seguridad de las vacunas y aborda preocupaciones adicionales presentes en la comunidad hispana.

COVID-19 Vaccines
A range of information about the vaccines, rollout, and more from the Centers for Disease Control

COVID-19 Vaccines
From the US FDA

COVID-19: Vaccine
From the Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Plain Language Vaccine Resources
Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities

Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination (CDC)
From the Centers for Disease Control

Toolkit for People with Disabilities
From the Centers for Disease Control

Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL)
The Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) is now available to help people with disabilities, including Deaf persons, get vaccinated.

About COVID-19: Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities

About COVID-19: Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities

About COVID-19

Hand Washing and other Precautions

Hand Washing and other Precautionshand washing

Coping: Helping Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Coping: Helping Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Coping

FUN Virtual Activities and Experiences for Kids (and Adults!)