Workshops: Accessibility and Inclusion Ministry (AIM)
Education is one way a congregation can come together to engage on issues or topics that matter. Below are workshops that can introduce and develop a congregation's knowledge on issues related to accessibility and disability.
We have also included here links pages that should be reviewed before Accessibility and Inclusion Ministry (AIM) Team or other volunteers facilitate or lead an AIM workshop.
AIM Workshops for Congregation Leaders
AIM Workshops for Adults and Youth
- Making Meaning of Disability
- Differences and Similarities among Disabilities
- Disability through an Anti-Oppression Lens
- How Ableism Hurts Us All
- Engaging the Images We Use in Worship
- Negotiating the minefield of language
- Disability activism today
- Theology and disability
AIM Workshops for Children
- Activity for All Ages During Worship Service
- What Children Need to Know About Disability
- Different is Not Bad, Different is the World
- Welcoming Superman
- Unitarian Universalist (UU) Principles and Disability
- Workshop Guide Supplement: Sexuality Education
Gathering feedback from facilitators and participants following a workshop can provide useful information that may impact planning for future workshops and projects. Sharing this feedback with the AIM Program (aim [at] uua [dot] org) helps us to improve our workshops and other materials.
We have included here links to forms for the purpose of gathering feedback from workshops.