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Adopt the New Accessible Icon

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History shows that the shape and form of what we see and hear does work on our cognitive understanding of the world.  

Sara Hendren and Brian Glenney co-founded The Accessible Icon Project, designing the new icon with Tim Ferguson-Sauder to display an active, engaged image with the focus on the person, not just the disability.

Subtle Differences:
Original Icon - Mechanical.  Static.  The original design was developed in 1968.

New Design:  Leaning forward.  Sense of movement, self-navigation through the world.

Help us change the way disability is perceived by joining your voice with ours.  It is time to add the new accessible icon to our public spaces.   Sign our petition today.  


These Businesses  Have Already Updated Their Accessibe Parking Spaces

  • Access Mobility Products

  • Altrusa House

  • Appleton Memorial Park

  • Associated Bank

  • Ashwaubenon High School

  • ASPIRO (2 locations)

  • Bay Area Diamond Company

  • Bellin Health Systems (19 locations)

  • Bel Regional Home Medical

  • Brooke Industries

  • Cabinet Creations

  • Capital Credit Union

  • Camera Corner Connecting Point

  • Choice Mobility

  • Chula Vista, WI Dells

  • Curative Connections

  • Dairy Queen

  • Dollar General (Reedsville Location)

  • Dunkin Donuts

  • East De Pere School

  • East Madison Business Suite

  • East Shore Industries

  • Festival Foods (4 locations)

  • Forsite Benefits

  • Fresenius

  • HJ Martin & Son

  • Impact Sports Academy

  • Independent Living Resources

  • Lineville Intermediate School

  • Martin Elementary School

  • N.E.W. Plastics

  • NEW Zoo & Adventure Park

  • NPS Holdings

  • Oconto Falls High School

  • Oneida One Stop

  • Opportunity Center

  • Pizza Ranch (3 locations)

  • Proko-Wall Funeral Home

  • Quantum Group

  • Red-D-Arc Welderentals

  • Reedsville Elementary School

  • Road America

  • Round Lake Farms

  • Shawano County Park

  • St. Vincent de Paul

  • Titletown Wellness

  • Unity Hospice

  • University Avenue Market

  • Village of Ashwaubenon

  • Volunteer Center

  • Western Technical College

  • Women's Specialty Care

  • Wrigley Field

  • YMCA, La Crosse


Contact Nicole at 920-593-4330.  The No Limits campaign will provide you with a parking lot stencil for your asphalt/striping company to use.  In addition, you can request free accessible icon stickers to use on your existing parking signs OR we can refer you to a local sign company that produces the new accessible icon parking signs.

Learn more about The Accessible Icon Project at  


Request Your Free Stencil/Sticker Kit


Thank you to our community partners for showing how we are more ALIKE than different!

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