Disability friendly virtue ethics calls for an accessible world. With the help of Aristotle I argue that to be fully virtuous one must be able to flourish. I also argue that all disabled people have the potential to flourish and be fully virtuous, including those with profound intellectual impairments. I point to systems of oppression and discrimination against disabled people and argue they are wrong in part because they block flourishing. By imagining a world where disabled people, and all people, can flourish I identify seven virtues that would most encourage removal of barriers to the flourishing of people with disabilities. Disability friendly virtue ethics is grounded in Aristotlian virtue ethics and includes insights from disability theory and activism.