Design Your Clinic to Accommodate Physical and Sensory Needs
Vaccination locations should consider specific accommodations for people who use wheelchairs, walkers, or other devicesparking spaces, accessible restrooms, that assist mobility. This includes having accessible and making sure your location has space to allow for appropriate social distancing, including space for caregivers and service animals.
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including those with autism, may need sensory-related accommodations. This may include designating areas with minimal lights, sounds, and smells, as well as providing space in your clinic away from crowded lines or waiting areas.