Myths and Misconceptions about Disability Posters for Everyone

Myths and misconceptions about people with disabilities are common, but that doesn’t mean they should be our myths and misconceptions. This series of four posters is designed to promote understanding, celebrate diversity, and spark a dialogue in workplaces, schools, colleges, universities and communities. Featuring illustrations by Chris Tripp, this visual series will make people stop and think.

The poster titles are as follows: 

  • Our Only Label Should Be Our Name
  • A Person Is Not Their Disability
  • Special Does Not Mean Equal
  • We Are Confined by Attitudes Not Disabilities

The posters can be enlarged to a maximum size of 28 x 43 cm (11 x 17 in), and can be printed in either colour or black and white.

To purchase the Myths and Misconceptions about Disability Posters for Everyone, click here.