The members of the Accessibilities Committee explore, develop and offer alternatives in order to carry the A.A. message, and to involve alcoholics with disabilities into our program. While there are no special A.A. members, many have accessibility issues. Accessibility issues can be defined as members with visual, hearing or speech impairments, hospitalized, convalescing, and those that are homebound. Someone who uses a walker, wheelchair or crutches, has physical and/or mental challenges, and those with ambulatory issues also receive our help. Veterans and non-English speaking members who need assistance are also accommodated. Whatever their disability or challenge to receiving the A.A. message may be, it is hoped that they will never be excluded from A.A. meetings, 12 step work or A.A. service.

If you would like to volunteer or know someone in need, please contact the Accessibilities Chair. area33accessibilities@aa-semi.org.

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