Vax for All

Breaking down barriers and sharing inclusive resources to help the autism community access vaccines.


In-home Vaccines

Register to receive a Flu, RSV, or COVID-19 vaccine in your own home.

In-home Vaccine

Upcoming, Free Vaccine Clinics

Want to request a free vaccine clinic at your next event? Contact us!

Featured Story: Getting a Shot

Frankie's Adventures: Getting a Shot

Join Frankie and Friends in this interactive story to learn how to stay calm and relaxed when getting a vaccine. Created especially for kids with autism and their families, but helpful to play with any child.

Play Story



Take deep breaths to calm your mind and body in this breathing exercise.
Printable schedule to check off the steps to getting a shot.
Pick what you want to do after you get your shot in this printable Reward Chart!


Help your child before, during, and after getting their shot with this Tip Sheet.
Why are vaccines so important for keeping kids healthy? Watch interviews with doctors from Rush University to learn more.
Unsure which vaccines your child needs? Check out this list for 0-6 year olds.
Find the closest place to schedule a vaccine.


Make your vaccine clinic sensory friendly with this guide for hospitals and clinics.
Be prepared to vaccine Autistic patients. Access our free autism trainings today!
Join us in making the vaccine experience more inclusive and sensory-friendly for all children, especially those with autism. Share with your patients, staff, and community. Consider becoming a Partner.


Illinois Council on Developmental DisabilitiesRUSH UniversityBest Buddies of Illinois

Our partners help spread the word about our free vaccine resources. Interested in becoming a partner? Contact us using the form below.

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InfiniTeach is a neurodiverse team that designs and develops free resources to make the world more accessible and inclusive.

Want to share an idea? Have a question? We want to hear from you!

This project was supported, in part by grant number 2101ILSCC5-00, from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects with government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official ACL policy.