Programs Overview
Access Smithsonian is committed to the principle of meeting people where they are. In addition to ensuring access for visitors for programs across the Smithsonian Institution, Access Smithsonian also offers their own inclusive programs for individuals with disabilities. For more information, click on each program below, or email 
Morning at the Museum
Morning at the Museum is a free, sensory-friendly program for families of children, teenagers, and young adults with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, autism, sensory processing disorders, and other cognitive disabilities.
Project SEARCH Smithsonian Institution
Project SEARCH Smithsonian is a ten-month internship program for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities that promotes the development of transferable and marketable job skills.
See Me at the Smithsonian
See Me at the Smithsonian is an interactive program for adults with dementia and their care partners where pre-registered participants explore some of the Smithsonian’s most beloved objects.
User Expert Advisory Group
The Smithsonian Institution’s User Expert Advisory Group is made up of people with disabilities who have developed expertise by means of their lived experience.
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