Welcome to Texas Partners for Inclusive Access Resources Center

Explore the following information below. The icons below are links to the subpages in our resource center. Check back often for updated information to help you stay safe and supported.

View considerations for improving accessibility and inclusion at vaccination clinics.

COVID-19 is challenging to explain, live through, and communicate about. The materials on this page were created to help make communicating about COVID-19 a little easier.

Developed by the Texas Department of State Health Services in partnership with TCDD, these tips can help health care providers develop effective communication with people with DD.

Contact Disability Rights Texas for direct support regarding COVID-19 vaccine questions, appointments, transportation, and more.

Learn more by downloading this PDF flyer, available in English and Español.

The University of Houston-Clear Lake, with support from the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD), created training materials to help medical professionals, family members, and community health aides promote cooperation, comfort, and safety for people with developmental disabilities (DD) receiving vaccines or other health care services. The materials are part of a project called Behavior Analysis for Inclusive Vaccine Administration to address health care disparities experienced by people with DD.

The training includes modules for health care professionals, parents and caregivers, and community health aides. Each module features an online video, a supplemental PDF handbook, and virtual Q&A sessions.

Stay Safe from COVID-19: A guide for caregivers

View and download the PDF guide, which includes safety measures and tips for caregivers to have helpful conversations with the people they care for about COVID-19.  

Stay Safe from COVID-19: A guide for health care providers

View and download this PDF guide for health care providers on communicating with patients with DD.

COVID-19 is challenging to explain, live through, and understand. The materials in this toolkit can help make that a little easier. Choose from videos, posters, social media stories, and interactive activities in English and Spanish.

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