Flattening the Inaccessibility Curve

Participate in a study investigating experiences of adults who are blind or have low vision during the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey covers areas of healthcare; transportation; employment; education; social experiences; access to meals, food, and supplies; and voting. Thank you for helping flatten the inaccessibility curve.

Our survey has closed - please check back for updates in our Results page or Contact Us for more information.

COVID-19 and the Impacts on People who are Blind or have Low Vision

The impacts of COVID-19 pandemic including the fast-moving changes resulting from social distancing, local closures of businesses and schools, and the shift of education and employment to online environments has led to concerns about the impact on individuals who are blind or who have low vision. Major organizations and companies involved in the blindness community are collaborating in an effort to obtain data and information from the community. By collecting this information, we hope to illuminate issues, understand barriers affecting individuals as a result, and in turn focus on solutions needed for this unprecedented period of history.

Survey Details

The survey will close on April 13th at 8 am EST.

The survey itself starts with a consent form.

Our survey has closed - please check back for updates in our Results page or Contact Us for more information.

This website and effort is the result of collaboration among the following organizations who serve the community of people who are blind or have low vision.