Our Posters:


The What About Us Neurodiversity Lending Library has produced some informational posters. They are published under a creative commons licence and are free to use with attribution. They can be found here:

A poster reads titled Know Your Rights for Service Animal Handlers. There is an image of a service dog with a paw resting on a balanced scale. In the lower corner is an image of two service dogs with a sign that reads "rights not charity". The text of the poster is included in the blog post below:
A poster reads titled Know Your Rights for Service Animal Handlers. There is an image of a service dog with a paw resting on a balanced scale. In the lower corner is an image of two service dogs with a sign that reads “rights not charity”. The text of the poster is included in the blog post below:

https://londonautistics.wordpress.com/2019/03/19/get-informed-about-service-animals/

A poster titled "What's the Difference" describes the difference between Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals, and Therapy Animals. It is illustrated with images of Service Animals. The text for the poster is included in the blog post below:
A poster titled “What’s the Difference” describes the difference between Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals, and Therapy Animals. It is illustrated with images of Service Animals. The text for the poster is included in the blog post below:

https://londonautistics.wordpress.com/2019/03/19/get-informed-about-service-animals/

A Dark coloured poster reads Legal Support Resources for London Ontario. The full text of the poster can be found in the link below
A Dark coloured poster reads Legal Support Resources for London Ontario. The full text of the poster can be found in the link below:

Click Here For Full Text of Legal Support Resources Poster

A black, red and purple, woodcut style poster reads: The What About Us Neurodiversity Lending Library. Under the title a grouping of four people are reading books. One woman is in a wheelchair, another person is flapping their left hand while reading excitedly. They are accompanied by a service dog.


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