Mayor Fadness and team strive to create a smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial community that balances meaningful work with a high quality of life. This March, Fishers will spearhead the third Disability Awareness Month campaign, inviting residents of all ages and ability levels to share their stories and unite behind our differences.
“In Fishers, we’re constantly working to be better tomorrow than we are today,” stated Mayor Scott Fadness. “Disability Awareness Month provides a glimpse into life with disabilities, offering opportunities for residents to gain understanding, compassion, and inclusivity.”
Spearheaded by Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability, the month includes a variety of events geared towards different audiences. Some of the featured events include:
“Disabilities affect many aspects of an individual’s life, from education into employment and quality of life,” explained Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability Chair and City Councilwoman Cecilia Coble. “This month invites business owners, teachers, artists, athletes, and the community at large to unique events that allow us all to take a glimpse into lives of those affected by disability.”
View the complete list of events planned this March. Events vary in admission cost, and some of the free events do require a ticket due to seating limitations. Tickets can be secured online, and parents are encouraged to read the event descriptions to ensure the program is best suited for their family. Additionally, guests at any event in March are encouraged to use the hashtag #ShareYourStory when posting on social media.
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About Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability
The Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability is committed to bringing the community together to establish priorities and strategies to address the various challenges and needs facing the disability community. With goals of promoting inclusion and accessibility throughout Fishers, the committee is driven to create a community where people with disabilities can live a life without limits. To get involved with the Fishers ADA roundtable, please inquire online.