Our coronavirus response must include disabled and low-income people.

We are all in this together.

Our policies must not discriminate. Disabled and low-income people must be included in every policy, every fund, every new law. That's why we've written a list of demands to ensure that emergency legislation for COVID-19 is fair and equitable for everyone.

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DEMAND #1:

Financial assistance must treat disabled and low-income people fairly

DEMAND #2:

We must ensure that sick people can stay home without risking their jobs

DEMAND #3:

We must ensure that people can stay home to care for their loved ones

DEMAND #4:

We must help disabled and low-income people keep their homes

DEMAND #5:

We must help people experiencing homelessness, including through increased funding

DEMAND #6:

We must ensure healthcare is equitable

DEMAND #7:

We must ensure freedom from age and disability discrimination during every step of this crisis

DEMAND #8:

We must ensure disabled and low-income people can get the healthcare, supplies and medicine they need, safely

DEMAND #9:

We must immediately begin massive production of ventilators, to save lives, and prevent rationing

DEMAND #10:

We must protect healthcare workers and make sure they have the equipment they need to do their work safely

DEMAND #11:

Medicaid must support, and pay for, the services disabled people rely on to live at home, in their communities

DEMAND #12:

We must keep disabled people from being forced to live in institutions

DEMAND #13:

We must ensure disability civil rights protections are fully protected

DEMAND #14:

We must guarantee the right to vote, including the right of disabled people to vote

DEMAND #15:

We must safeguard the right to education for disabled students, guaranteeing  IDEA protections

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