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DD Awareness Toolkit 2022

March is the Nationally recognized month raising awareness about individuals diagnosed with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities/Delays.

DP and Access Gallery created a campaign with the theme "I can do more than I can't.” I am... more than a disability.

The campaign’s aim is to highlight that people are more than their disability, encourage accessibility and inclusion for every person, we can do more than we can’t.

Ways to Participate

Follow Us

Tag Us

  • Tag your social media posts and share how you’re raising awareness – we might just re-share your post!
  • Use these hashtags: #DDAwareness #DPxAG #ICanDoMore

Create your own poster!

Print one or our posters

Take a picture in front of one of our posters or banners

Look out for our banners or posters featuring an individual with a disability describing who they are. Locations are:

Access Gallery
909 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO 80204 

Autism Community Store
14095 E. Exposition Ave. Aurora, CO 80012 

Brewability/Pizzability
3445 South Broadway Englewood Co 80113 

Developmental Pathways
14280 E Jewell Ave. Suite A Aurora, CO 80012

Drive to the Ball Arena (Pepsi Center)

On Monday night (3/14), the Ball Arena will light up orange in support of DD Awareness. Take your friends and/or family on a drive and snap a selfie in front of the lights.

Share our videos, an event or program that supports the DD community

  • Watch and listen individuals served by Developmental Pathways talk about what others said they couldn't do and how they proved them wrong.
  • Check out our event calendar for events happening throughout the month.

Use a Zoom Background

Download a zoom background and use it during your meetings – it's a great conversation starter!

Facebook Sample Message

March is the nationally recognized month raising awareness about individuals diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

@DevelopmentalPathways and @AccessGalleryCO created a campaign with the theme "I can do more than I can't”, that people are more than their disability. What's a word that defines what you can do or who you are?

#DDAwareness #DPxAG #ICanDoMore

Twitter Sample Message

March is the national month of raising awareness about individuals diagnosed with IDD. @dev_pathways & @AccessGalleryCO created the "I can do more than I can't" campaign, to highlight that people are more than their disability. What word defines what you can do or who you are?

#DDAwareness #DPxAG #ICanDoMore