The Center for Health Equity has compiled a resources list for people with disabilities and their caregivers to help them navigate and understand the COVID-19 vaccines and the process of receiving them. The list includes 1) websites to accessible documents; 2) videos in ASL; 3) information on activities you can do after being vaccinated; 4) documents explaining what the vaccines are; and 5) links to schedule vaccinations.
Indiana COVID-19 Vaccination Resources
What We Do
As one of seven centers at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, our mission is to advance policies and practices that produce positive outcomes for all young children, including children with disabilities, and their families. Throughout our history we have found that Indiana's most vulnerable children and families succeed when communities and early childhood programs are inclusive, provide services that reflect high standards and current research, and are results driven. We accomplish our mission by:
Bridging Research to Practice
We help translate the latest research findings into easily understood practices and policies that can be carried out with fidelity.
Designing and Providing Effective Professional Development
We provide intensive professional learning opportunities that exceed traditional workshops and assists individual professionals implementing evidence-based practices.
Working with Programs to Foster Sustainable Change
We bring together program leaders, practitioners, and stakeholders to guide and support their adoption of new and innovative practices that improve service quality.
Promoting Data-Informed Decision Making
We work with program leadership to design and implement evaluation systems examining the quality and impact of their services and guiding ongoing improvement.
Visionary solutions for programs and communities serving young children and their families
Who We Help
Early Childhood Providers
Local early intervention and early education programs/schools interested in improving the quality and impact of their services.
Local and State Programs
Programs interested in adopting proven service models with the help of a skilled partner that can assist with all aspects of change from strategic planning throughout implementation and evaluation.
Groups interested in refining their community's collaborative efforts to effectively engage and serve our most vulnerable young children and families.
Community, State, and National Foundations
We help with designing and piloting exemplary service programs based on current research and using implementation science to bring them to fruition.
Last Year at the Early Childhood Center
19Indiana Counties were Served
495Hours of Professional Development Training and Coaching were Performed
2349Early Childhood Providers & Educators were Served