COVID-19 Resources

Many people with developmental disabilities are at a higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19 (the coronavirus). The Iowa DD Council has put together resources to help you better understand COVID-19 and how you can protect yourself and those in your community. 

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities

Download an information packet below developed by and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Here are a few things inside: 

What is COVID-19?
How do you get it?
What happens if you have it?
If I am sick, when should I call a doctor?
How sick do you get?
How can I stay healthy, or not get it?
If I am sick, what should I do?
If my staff person is sick, what should I do?
What do I do if someone I live with gets sick?

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COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

 

CDC Resources

When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated 

Easy to Read COVID-19 Materials 

 

Vaccinate Iowa

Vaccine Availability, Getting an Appointment, and More

 

211 Iowa

211 Iowa - Individuals who have barriers to scheduling a vaccine or do not have internet access who are 65 and older, or 64 and younger with underlying health conditions can call 211. A vaccine navigator will help with scheduling a vaccine appointment. This service is also now available for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities, as well as their caregivers. 

211 COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Assistance

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