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Virtual AFB Leadership Conference 2020

Like so many other organizations, AFB is moving its events online to protect our community as the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re beginning with key sessions from the 2020 AFB Leadership Conference, which will now be hosted as a mini virtual event.

Community Resources

AFB staff and AccessWorld contributors are pulling together resources to support our community during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. These posts address online learning for students and adults, work-from-home solutions, accessible social gaming, staying connected with others digitally, home fitness resources, and more.

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Expanding Possibilities

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