If a person in a wheelchair wanted to take part in your Diabetes Prevention Program, would they be able to navigate your building? If someone with vision loss needed an alternate format to participate in your Disease Self-Management Education (DSME) program, would you know where to go? Assuring a basic level of accessibility and providing accommodations is the first step in creating a health promotion program that is inclusive of people with disabilities. NCHPAD has created a new series of videos that discuss various aspects of inclusion in physical activity and nutrition education programs. Inclusive Health Promotion Programs: Access 101 covers basic accessibility and built environment issues to consider when choosing a venue to host your health promotion educational interventions. Remember, accessibility and inclusion is an ongoing process and being able to get in the door is only the beginning!