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Indiana Disability Rights

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Social stories are visual ways to help explain complex ideas to children and people who need concrete, visual explanations. The stories are free to print and use. Thank you to Melissa Keyes, Legal Director, and participants of the IndyBar Bar Leader Series, for developing these important resources.

Below are descriptions of the contents of each social story. Click the title to go to the full story.

This story helps answer the following questions:

  • Why do I need a lawyer?
  • Will my lawyer keep our conversations private?
  • Why should I talk to my lawyer?
  • What does confidential mean?

Divorce & Custody
This story helps answer the following questions:

  • What is divorce?
  • How do lawyers, judges and mediators help my parents and me?
  • What is custoday?
  • How can a guardian ad-litem or therapist help me?

General Litigation
This story helps answer the following questions:

  • What will it be like going to court?
  • What does my attorney do?
  • What does the judge do?
  • What if I don't understand or I'm scared?

This story helps answer the following questions:

  • What does a guardian do?
  • How do I get a guardian?
  • What happens at a guardianship hearing?

Juvenile Justice
This story helps answer the following questions:

  • What happens when I go to the Juvenile Justice Center?
  • How can my attorney help me?
  • What will it be like in the courtroom?


You can watch and share our Election Rights Series of videos on our Youtube Channel

Videos are available in English and American Sign Language (ASL).