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Who Are Alcoholics with Accessibility Issues?
While there are no special AA Members, many members have accessibility issues. The following are examples of alcoholics with accessibility issues…
- Deaf or hard of hearing
- Visually impaired
- Physically disabled
- Reside in long term care facilities
What can the Alcoholics Anonymous Accessibilities Committee do for you?
- Hold meetings and events in locations that are accessible to those with physical disabilities.
- Have assisted listening devices available for meetings.
- Make accessibility issue materials available, such as large print books, large print brochures, audio books, video books, and Braille literature.
- Educate members on how to recognize those with accessibility issues and how to provide assistance.
- Hold meetings in long term care facilities or in homes of members who are homebound.
For More Information…
Tri-County Central Office Phone: (813) 933-9123