How to use this site:

Tutorial Watch a video tutorial here

Search Box – The main feature of the website is the Search Box.  You can search for specific disabilities, such as Autism or diabetes, or specific types of services, like Social Security or Special Education.  If you want to find something near you, or near your loved one, you’ll need to add a location.  This can be a ZIP code, a city, or a county.  If a search does not return any results, try your search again with fewer words, or synonyms.

Search Results – On the Search Results page, you can see at a glance a brief description of each organization, and their telephone number and email address.  If you want to learn more, you can click on the organization’s name to go to their organization page.

Organization Page – Individual organization pages give you the organization’s address, a link to directions, and contact information.  In many cases, the organization page will also show a map, the organization’s hours of operation, and whether they are currently open.  We recommend that you call the organization to confirm their hours before making a visit.  At the bottom of the organization page, you can find a longer description of the organization and the services it offers.

Browse – If you don’t know what to search for, you can also browse all the organizations.  At the top left corner of the site, you can browse organizations by county, by need, or by disability.  “Needs” are specific services like therapy, medical care, dental care, financial assistance, and so on.

Submit Listing – If you work for a disability organization and they are not currently on our site, you can go to the “Submit Listing” page to send us information.  If your organization has recently moved to a new location, changed their web address, or made some other change, you can also use this page to update your listing.

Accessibility – The top menu of the site has some great accessibility features, which you can access with these buttons at the top right section of the page.  Click the “Aa” symbol to access a dropdown menu that allows you to adjust the text size.  Click the circle symbol to access a dropdown menu that allows you to adjust the contrast level.  The high-contrast mode is also great for reading at night, or in a brightly-lit area.

Other Accessibility Tips:

Text Size – If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can adjust the size of text by holding down the ctrl key and moving the scroll wheel forward or backward.

Fonts and Colors – You can also change the fonts and colors used on web pages.  In Internet Explorer, click on “Tools”, then “Internet Options”.  Under the “General” tab, click on “fonts” and “colors” to adjust those options.  Click “Accessibility”, then check the boxes next to Ignore colors specified on webpages, Ignore font styles specified on webpages, and Ignore font sizes specified on webpages. Click “OK”.

In Firefox, click on “Tools”, then “Options”, then “Content”.  and finally “Colors”.  Change the colors to whatever you like, then click to remove the check mark next to “Allow pages to choose their own colors”.

Learn more about the built-in accessibility features of the software you use:

Windows Accessibility

Apple Accessibility

Web Browser Accessibility

Fifth Freedom is dedicated to serving people with disabilities, so we have designed IndianaPop to be as accessible as possible. If you have an accessibility issue, check this page first. Do you have other questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page! If you still need help, please contact us here.