|Practical Considerations: Step 3|
Practical Considerations Step Three: Setting Short- and Long-Term Goals
Through the process of meeting with your advisory board, you should be able to set short- and long-term accessibility goals. Goals might include:
- To provide accessible materials to the public
- To establish a museum tour program
- To implement a docent and staff training program
- To establish a multi-session program with a local school district or community center
- To establish an on-site art-making studio program
- To create an Access Coordinator position or docent to oversee the program
- To host and participate in events and conferences: your blind and visually impaired board members can speak at the events, or be panelists.
- To increase employment and volunteer presence of people who are visually impaired or who have other disabilities
After your initial meetings with the advisory board and your discussion of program possibilities, evaluate the ideas presented, prioritize your objectives, and determine how to use the resources available to you. The next steps are outlined in our Launching a Pilot Program module.