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Guide to accessibility resources in Indy

Indy has a long list of organizations that are here to help the community and provide resources for those with disabilities.

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail pathway marked on a downtown street

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail helps to increase access to areas of downtown and create opportunities for people of all backgrounds and abilities.

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According to the CDC, 1,382,302 adults have a disability in Indiana — which is equal to 1 in 4 adults. This includes mobility, cognition, independent living, hearing, and vision challenges.

We want our city to be a welcoming place for everyone, so we’re sharing some resources that help make Indy accessible to all.

Organizations

Autism Society of Indiana, 800-609-8449
The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI) exists to ensure that every individual and family affected by autism in the state receives the high-quality services they deserve.

The Greater Go: Travel Agency, 844-324-1376
This is a full-service agency with expertise in travel for those with disabilities. Their team can assist Hoosiers with specialized travel needs around Indy, and anywhere in the world.

Bosma Enterprises, 317-684-0600
Based in Indianapolis, Bosma is one of the Midwest’s largest nonprofits, providing employment and training for people who are blind or visually impaired.

Damar Behavioral Services, 317-856-5201
For more than 50 years, Damar has been a leading provider of services to those with developmental, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities from toddlers to senior citizens.

Indiana Family to Family, 844-323-4636
Indiana Family to Family provides information, training, and one-on-one support to local families of children and youth with additional health and education needs.

Tangram, 317-571-1042
Tangram was established by families of those with disabilities who wanted better options for their loved ones’ independent living. This organization supports people with disabilities by designing services to meet their specific needs and desires.

Indiana School for the Deaf, 317-565-4473
The Indiana School for the Deaf was founded in 1843 and has become one of the leading deaf schools in the nation, providing services to ~350 students enrolled on campus. ISD offers a full range of social activities, including sports, clubs, and organizations.

American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters

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