Raise awareness of audio description—what it is, how it works, and why it is necessary for all arts and cultural organizations.
Speak at no less than two arts organizations per month.
Launch In Sight: In Mind podcast, with 2 half-hour episodes per month, in February 2022.
Teach and train all arts organizations and their staffs best practices to serve the blind community.
Create a series of free resources (pdfs, video, courses) that any organization can access immediately to start serving blind and low vision visitors better immediately.
Provide in-person service training at not less than five local arts organizations on serving the blind visitor.
Create six service videos, five "best practice" sheets, and one basic service course no later than May 1, 2022.
A single source agency of trained, professional audio describers available for member organizations to hire for their events and performances.
Recruit, train, hire, and schedule 6-10 audio describers for the Central Florida region by August 2022.
Arts and cultural organizations join CFADI as members in order to access audio description services, training, and technology, as well as other benefits of membership, to make it easier and more efficient to serve the blind community.
Members commit to scheduling at least one performance of each of their primary season shows with audio description. Members commit to at least one training session for serving the blind and low vision community.
At least three to five local arts organization members join prior to the Fall 2022/23 season and commit/schedule and market audio described performances.
Source a single source hardware and technology solution that can be made available to member organizations (either through direct purchase or lease agreement) to provide high-quality audio description for members' performance commitment.
Secure a contract for a high-quality provider and facilitate, if needed, installation and launch at the member's location.