Accessibilities Committee

Accessibilities Committee

The purpose of this special committee is to:

    1. Support the work of individual A.A. members and groups endeavoring to ensure that those with disabilities and other accessibility concerns, including those who live in underserved or remote communities (including language districts), have access to the A.A. message.
    2. Review services provided by A.A. groups to A.A.s with accessibilities issues.
    3. Upon Group request, advocate for and support individuals with accessibility challenges.
    4. Make recommendations for changes and/or improvements.

 

Membership on this committee is open to any interested AA member.

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ALL!

Click here for general information on how to make your AA meeting accessible to all.

Need a Meeting with ASL Interpretation?

Click here to search the Find-a-Meeting database for meetings offering hearing impaired translation services.

Closed Captioning?

Click CC icon (above) for list of meeting that have closed captioning enabled!

Click below for instructions on how to provide closed captioning for AA members that are hard of hearing or Deaf in your online meeting.

Need a Wheelchair Accessible Meeting?

Click here to search the Find-a-Meeting database for meetings that are wheelchair accessible and/or easily accessible for all physical abilities.

Meeting Wheelchair Accessible?

Click here to determine if your meeting is accessible to those with mobility concerns!

New blind AA member?

Click here for suggestions to make a member that is Blind welcome to your meeting.

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