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June 2, 2022
This short list of resources and information is not comprehensive, just a sampling of what is available. (Updated June 2022)
For the most up-to-date information, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus (COVID-19) website.
The Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) is available to help people with disabilities get vaccinated and access COVID-19 tests.
People with Autism and other developmental disabilities and their families are disproportionately impacted by the ongoing public health and economic emergency caused by COVID-19. Through its Vaccine Education Initiative (VEI), the Autism Society is committed to increasing vaccine education, confidence, and access through grassroots efforts.
Resources from the Arc to help people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD), their families, and service providers understand this global pandemic.
Resources to address address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among direct support professionals (DSPs).
Looking for something else?
For more resources, visit the Rural Institute website.
There, you can find:
- Montana-specific COVID-19 information
- Resources for families
- Resources for individuals with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities, and for those who are deaf-blind, or have spinal cord or brain injuries or MS
- Employment-related information
Rural Disability Resource Library
As always, there are many rural disability resources to be found on the Rural Disability Resource Library