COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

The following resources were created in collaboration with our Vaccine Confidence Community of Practice, Green Mountain Self-Advocates, and The University of Kentucky’s Human Development Institute.


Vaccine Confidence Plain Language Talking Points

These plain language talking points can be used as a guide by anyone doing work to support and encourage people with and without disabilities to get their COVID-19 vaccine.


Social Media and Social Story Graphics

These plain language social media graphics can be used broadly on any social media channel to increase awareness of the importance of getting vaccinated.

Access our “General Vaccine Confidence” graphics here

image description: the following words in white on a blue background 'Is the vaccine right for me? The vaccine is safe and it works. you should contact a trusted doctor if you want to learn more about if the vaccine is safe for you.' Below, the logos for Prepared 4 All, A U C D, and the National Center on Disability in Public Health.

Access our “Why should I get the vaccine?” graphics here – English

Access our “Why should I get the vaccine?” graphics here – Spanish

image description: cartoon drawing of a Black woman wearing a blue facemask and orange shirt getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Access our “Vaccine Confidence Social Story” graphics here – English


Videos of Vaccine Stories from the Disability Community

Share your Vaccine Story!

Jesse’s Vaccine Story

Bill & Debra’s Vaccine Stories

Bryan’s Vaccine Stories

Chris’ Vaccine Stories

Stacey’s Vaccine Stories

Susan’s Vaccine Stories

image: photo of Liz Weintraub, a white woman with brown hair and glasses, in front of a blue background with the words 'Tuesdays with LIz: #AUCD Sleeve Up Video Contest
For more vaccine stories from persons with disabilities and their families, check out the Tuesdays With Liz: #AUCDSleeveup Video Contest – YouTube!

Additional Resources From AUCD’s Vaccine Confidence Partners

Videos in American Sign Language (ASL)

Produced by the Center on Disabilities Studies at the University of Hawai’i
Produced by the Center on Disabilities Studies at the University of Hawai’i
Produced by the Center on Disabilities Studies at the University of Hawai’i
Produced by the Center on Disabilities Studies at the University of Hawai’i
Produced by the Center on Disabilities Studies at the University of Hawai’i
Produced by the Center on Disabilities Studies at the University of Hawai’i

Videos in Spanish

Produced by the Tarjan Center at University of California, Los Angeles
Produced by the Tarjan Center at University of California, Los Angeles
Produced by the Rose F. Kennedy University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

Videos in English

Produced by the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute
Produced by the North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities
Produced by the Rose F. Kennedy University for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

Infographics in Spanish Plain Language

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