Global Accessibility Awareness Day Twitter Chat

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In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we invite you to join us May 18th from 12:00 – 1:00pm ET for a Twitter Chat at the intersection of disability and health. We will dive into some Accessibility 101 and explore how expanding participation in biomedical research can advance health equity. We will also share information about the All of Us Research Program and explore its mission to make health research more inclusive to improve health outcomes.

Check out the questions below to prepare your answers in advance. We look forward to having you with us! #GAADChat23

Q1 – What does accessibility and inclusion mean for your community?

Q2 – What can you do to create digital spaces that are inclusive for all?

Q3 – When meeting in person, how do you create accessible spaces that are welcoming and safe for people with disabilities?

Q4 – How can people with disabilities get their health needs met to achieve a healthy and happy quality of life?

Q5 – What role can medical research play in advancing health equity and inclusion?

Q6 – How is the @AllofUsResearch Program accessible for people with disabilities?

Q7 – The @AllofUsResearch Program is building a health research database to advance more personalized treatments and care. How might this support people with different health needs?

Q8 – When it comes to medical research, @AllofUsResearch welcomes everybody to join! What might new participants want to know about the program?

Q9 – How do the “social determinants of health” impact health outcomes in the disability community?

Q10 – Join us in imagining a future where good health is available to all. What does that look like where you are?

We look forward to having you with us to broaden the conversation on accessibility, inclusion, and health equity.

Download our Script and Promotional Guide here.

Please be sure to use #GAADChat in every answer, and include A1, A2, A3, etc to indicate which question you’re answering. For more information on how to participate, check out our Twitter Chat Guide.