Thank you for supporting this initiative and for joining us as an ally for disability inclusion. Our celebration of National Disability Awareness Month in Fishers is an opportunity to spread awareness and educate our community on this important topic. We invite you to use these materials to showcase your advocacy, educate yourself and others, and further the discussion on disability inclusion. Join the conversation on social media using #FishersDisabilityAwareness.
Toolkits including a t-shirt, yard sign, stickers, and other materials are available for pick up at the Fishers City Services building (3 Municipal Drive), while supplies last.
Below you will find information on what it means to be an ally, educational resources such as a language guide and FAQ, social media graphics, an ally pledge, and more.
Learn more about what it means to be an Ally for disability inclusion on the This is Fishers blog.
Learn what it means to be an ally, how to talk about disability, and find resources to learn more in the Digital Toolkit.
You can easily take the Ally Pledge by downloading this PDF or filling out our electronic pledge.
Snap a picture and share on social media.
Use these graphics on your social media networks using #FishersDisabilityAwareness.