Living a healthy lifestyle is important to everyone, including people with disabilities.  We hope these resources will provide people with I/DD, their families and caregivers the information they need be healthy and well at every stage of their lives.

Special Olympics Indiana Healthy Athletes

The Special Olympics Indiana Healthy Athletes initiative is designed to help Special Olympics athletes improve their health and fitness. Developed in 1996, the mission of Healthy Athletes is to improve each athlete’s ability to train and compete in Special Olympics as well as life

HealthMeet

Health Meet, a project of The Arc of the United States, provides training and education for individuals, their families, direct service professionals, medical providers, and medical students; and raises public awareness of health issues that impact people with intellectual disabilities across the country.

Center for Disability Information, Indiana Institute on Disability and Community

Materials can be ordered from the Center for Disability Information, Indiana Institute on Disability and Community’s library of over 8,000 disability-related books, videos, and kits. Search online for materials related to Health and Health Care.

Healthy Eating Fact Sheets

Healthy Habits Fact Sheets

Education for Lifelong Health Factsheets

This series of factsheets was developed by the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities

Choose My Plate

Choose My Plate offers wealth of information on healthy eating provided by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture on healthy eating.

Relationships & Sexual Health

Elevatus Training provides several educational resources on relationships and sexual health for people with disabilities

A Peer to Peer Guide About Domestic and Sexual Violence is a resource created by self-advocates at Green Mountain Self-Advocates to provide information about Domestic and Sexual Violence

Abused and Betrayed is a series from NPR highlighting the sexual assault epidemic among individuals with disabilities

Indiana Disability Justice and Violence Prevention is a resource created by Indiana Abuse Prevention Disability Task Force.

The Association for Successful Parenting (TASP) is a leading nonprofit committed to successfully supporting families when parents have intellectual disability.

Preparing for Parenthood: Two Things People with Disabilities Need to Do is an article written by Ashley Taylor of DisabledParents.org