This symbol is a take on the universally recognized symbol for deaf or hearing impairment. It shows an ear with a strike-through.
O - REPRESENTING PEOPLE WHO USE WHEELCHAIRS
This logo has gained momentum thanks to the Accessibility Icon Project working to replace the more active wheelchair logo with the standard "handicap" symbol used for things such as handicap parking, accessible bathrooms...etc.
E - REPRESENTING VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
Braille is used by some people with visual impairment to read. Different combinations of the 6 optional palpable dots represent the 26 letters in the alphabet. Here dots 1 & 5 are colored in representing the letter "E."
X - REPRESENTING PEOPLE WHO USE FOREARM CRUTCHES
Forearm crutches, also known as the Lofstrand crutch, can be more comfortable for some people who need to use crutches for long-term mobility support. The crutch has a cuff at the top to go around the forearm.
I - REPRESENTING PEOPLE WITH AMPUTATIONS
The letter here is made with a lower leg prosthetic and the socket the residual limb sits in to connect it to the prosthesis.
S - REPRESENTING PEOPLE ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
The puzzle piece has long been associated with people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Originally, this was due to the puzzling condition of the disorder.
T - REPRESENTING PEOPLE WITH HIDDEN DISABILITIES
This logo is a take on the Hidden Disability logo created by a Canadian woman with the goal to bring attention to the unique needs of those living with hidden disabilities where the disability is not immediately visible to others.