Inclusive Indy will be a section in the April issue of Indy's Child. We invite you to share your programs and services with our readers.
One of the great things about Indianapolis is that more businesses, communities, and individuals are coming together to embrace inclusivity — especially with regard to people who have special needs. You can take your child to watch a sensory-friendly film at a local movie theatre where talking, dancing, and making noise is encouraged. You can play with your kiddo at a playground that's specifically designed with children of all abilities in mind. It’s uplifting to see these kinds of examples of inclusiveness happening all over Indy and we're excited to highlight some of these great experiences.
» Sensory-friendly & Inclusive Experiences
We’re highlighting some of the many sensory-friendly places around town where families with children with special needs and sensory sensitivities can have fun!
CLICK HERE to see an example of Inclusive Experiences from our previous Inclusive Indy Magazine.
» The Benefits of Summer Camp for Kids with Special Needs
» How to Talk to Kids About Disabilities
From a neighbor with autism to a friend who uses a wheelchair, your typically developing child might be curious about people with disabilities. This article will provide ideas for explaining disabilities to a child, including encouraging questions, using age-appropriate language and focusing on similarities instead of differences.
Are you interested in reaching our digital audience? Check out our latest numbers:
Page Views: 278,333 — past 30 days — IndysChild.com
Website Visitors: 220,000 — past 30 days
18,500 eNewsletter Subscribers
50,000+ Social Followers
7.875”w x 10.25”h
7.875”w x 4.75”h
3.75”w x 9.875”h
3.75″w x 4.75″h
1.75″W x 4.75″H
3.75″W x 2.25″H
Space Reservation Deadline:
Ad Copy Deadline: March 10
Street Date: March 25