For Indiana’s 100,000 Hoosiers with an intellectual or developmental disability, the arts provide a unique opportunity for self-expression and socialization. One of the best places to see this in action is at the annual Hoosier Women Artists celebration.Learn more.
Karin blogs about her travels on her website "Free Wheel in Travel", and she works as the Disability Editor at The Mighty, a popular website where people share their personal experiences with disability, disease, and mental illness.Learn more.
For 46 years Audiences Unlimited, Inc. (AUI), has brought professional musicians into long-term health care facilities across five Northeast Indiana counties. Learn how they expanded their services a few years back.Learn more.
The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law on July 26, 1990. While organizations like ArtMix existed before this date, they were drastically ahead of their time.Learn more.
The arts give those who struggle with conventional communication a way to overcome physical limitations and achieve expression and connection. Click to read about a South Bend program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.Learn more.
When Laura Alvarado, executive director for the Indiana Blind Children’s Foundation, reached out to the Eiteljorg a couple years ago with an idea to improve accessibility at Indianapolis arts organizations, the museum jumped at the opportunity to become a partner.Learn more.