What We Are Doing
AFA Project Committees
Access for All maintains the following five standing committees and we welcome participation:
Paul Wolff Accessibility and Advocacy Award
Oversees all aspects of implementing the annual Paul Wolff Accessibility Advocacy Award (PWAAA) Program, including solicitation of nominations, evaluation and selection of award recipients, and the award presentation ceremony.
Providing presentations for local health care providers on accessibility best practices.
Digital Development Committee (DDC)
Oversees and recommends social media and website design, content, maintenance and accessibility.
Identifies and tracks local advocacy issues, as well as local, state and federal legislative issues, that impact persons with disabilities. Organizes advocacy campaigns as appropriate.
Increases the visibility of Access for All through a variety of activities, including public speaking engagements, media stories, community fairs, distribution of information and materials (magnets, bumper stickers, etc.).
AFA Community Partnerships
Access for All is proud of the collaborative work we are doing with other organizations in our community. These are some of the partnerships we have developed:
Help America Vote
Access for All commends the SLO County Clerk-Recorder Office for all of their efforts in supporting voter and polling place accessibility. Assisting People with Disabilities offers valuable suggestions for workers in the polling place. And San Luis Obispo voters with disabilities have several options that provide a private and independent voting environment.
Activity 4 All
Activity4All (A4A) is focused on providing and promoting physical activity for people with disabilities. People with disabilities need physical activity as much, if not more, than people without disabilities.
We invite you to view the video below, a video made by People First, a local advocacy organization.