Adults With Disabilities and Caregivers of People With Disabilities, Your Experience with Vaccinations is Needed!


The Center for Health Equity at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (IIDC) at Indiana University is conducting a brief online survey to better understand the experience and thoughts of the disability community about getting vaccinations, like flu, COVID-19, and measles. Adults with disabilities, as well as family and paid caregivers of individuals (minor or adult) with disabilities in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin can participate in the survey. IIDC is one of the regional hubs for local vaccine outreach funded by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities, to improve the vaccination among the disability community in the six states.

The survey results will help us better understand how to improve vaccinations in the disability community. All responses will be released as part of group summaries, and individual responses will remain anonymous. The entire survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete. All participation is voluntary.

If you are an adult with a disability or a caregiver of an individual (minor or adult) with disability, and are interested in participating, complete our survey using this link:

If you have questions, please contact Don Dumayas at (812) 855-2894 ([email protected]).

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