ACB’s COVID-19 Response

The American Council of the Blind is closely monitoring information about the COVID-19 virus and its impact. After much thoughtful consideration, ACB has decided to close both offices and move our work to a virtual environment until further notice. This decision was made in order to ensure the continued health and safety of our employees and their families. ACB staff will continue to take calls and emails during this period. When calling ACB’s direct and toll-free office numbers, please use the recorded menu to contact our staff members directly.

The health and welfare of our members is of the upmost importance and we are actively working to confirm details and explore alternative options regarding our 2020 convention as the COVID-19 situation evolves. ACB will update our membership as soon as any developments are made. The ACB Board of Directors has scheduled a special meeting for March 30 to discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 virus on ACB. A recording of the meeting will be available on ACB Radio and on the ACB COVID-19 response page under resources.
We recommend that all affiliates follow CDC guidelines for any scheduled events.
View most up-to-date CDC guidelines. Let’s share ideas and ensure our affiliates stay strong and continue to meet the needs of our members. We wish you all health and safety during this difficult time.
Eric Bridges, ACB Executive Director
Dan Spoone, ACB President