Accessibility Logos Totes
Graphic credits: Assistance Dog by Sam Garner from the Noun Project (modified). Guide Dog by Ed Piel from the Noun Project (modified). Head by Vladimir Belochkin from the Noun Project. Wheelchair by the Accessible Icon Project. Sign Language via the National Parks Service.
Tags: autism, wheelchair, pride-flag, invisible-illness, lgbt-flag
Woman with pink leg brace and scar on her left leg stands with her left fist in the air. She wears black booties, acid washed denim shorts, and a black crop top with the words "Body Posi" and the new international symbol of disability on it. Above her are the words " Disability is an Intersection" in black bold letters.
Tags: disability-is-an-intersection, scar, body-positive, body-posi, braces-orthodontist
Just because an injury or some other life circumstance has left you in a wheelchair doesn't mean you can't be strong. You are still the same strong-willed person that you've always been. You don't need the use of your legs, because you don't run away from anything!
Tags: handicap, quadriplegic, paraplegic, handicapped, paralysis