Access 2 Accessibility (A2A) has a goal to provide programs that will be a resource for people with disabilities and older adults. These programs, both on-line and in-person, are for an individual's business needs and personal interests. There will also be programs geared towards businesses and organizations.
Many A2A programs will be free, or low cost, to people with disabilities and older adults. As a Social Enterprise we will provide some for-fee/cost programs
raising revenues to subsidize the expenses of our free/low cost programs.
Check back often as we keep adding more programs and locations.
See our list of programs below and click on the title for more details.
A program of resources for people with disabilities with career goals.
This program will bring together leaders from organizations, community groups, and advocates,. They will share their resources and learn more about bringing accessibility inclusion to their communities.
We are looking forward to developing this program in the near future.
This program will bring together people with disabilities who are planning, or already have, a career in the arts. Artists from all mediums of art will share resources, learn about setting up their business and how to make it grow.
The first step in this program is our Facebook book to bring artists together
Building Your Employ-Ability was born out of a college project by Mary Daniels, A2A's Vice-Chair.
We deliver this presentation to a variety of events such as public events, conferences, networking events, and at employee accessibility awareness training for businesses.
We ask for a small donation to help Access 2 Accessibility to continue to deliver this and other programs.
For more information and to have Access 2 Accessibility speak at your event please contact us by email at Info@Access2Accessibility.com
So many of us live with mental health issues, many that are invisible.
Members of the A2A team some of whom deal with mental health issues look forward to developing this group of support offering resources, a safe space to discuss topics of issues to them, and a community to seek answers from others with mental health lived experiences.
Stay connected with us to learn more about this program that we hope to deliver in the near future.
We look forward to bringing this program to the public in the near future.
The program will be lead by professional people with disabilities who have a background in public speaking.
We will look at accessibility tools and resources to help members develop, or grow more confidence, in their public speaking whether communicating with one person, many people, or on stage in front of an audience.
Members will have the opportunity to learn enhanced public speaking. We will learn how to do interviews, pitch competitions, and professional presentations. Along with hands-on experience and practice of public speaking, members will learn about accessibility in their presentations.
Keep following Access 2 Accessibility to hear the announcement of this program.