The Art-Reach ACCESS Card is available to people who self-identify as having a disability. Below is a list of some common types of disabilities. If you identify with any of these, or any other type of disability, you are welcome to purchase an Art-Reach ACCESS Card.
Hearing Disabilities affect a person's ability to hear. They may communicate or receive information through American Sign Language, or through technology like captions, hearing aids, or assistive listening devices.
Vision Disabilities affect a person's ability to see. They may navigate by using a white cane, or with the assistance of a service animal or sighted guide. People with vision disabilities may receive information by reading braille, listening to audio description, or through assistive technology.
Physical Disabilities may affect how a person moves or completes tasks. Sometimes they may navigate or perform tasks by using a mobility device or with the assistance of a service animal or Personal Care Attendant.
Cognitive/Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Neurodiversity may affect how a person thinks and processes information. They may experience heightened sensitivity to sensory input, use their body and focus in varying ways to engage with their environment.
Chronic Illness may affect a person's overall health, wellness, and wellbeing. They may experience visible or invisible symptoms that have an impact on their daily life.