This year will be our most accessible Dreamforce to date.
Dreamforce will have captioning services provided across 26 rooms, sign language interpreters for all three days and present in all keynote rooms, sighted guides for blind and low-vision guests, access to the Aira app to connect blind and low-vision guests to actual humans who describe the visual surroundings, a low-sensory space in the Mindfulness Meadow, and accessible physical accommodations including entries, seating, stages, shuttles, low-friction turf, and low-height surfaces. We will also have a fully staffed Disability Help Desk designed to support guests with visible and invisible disabilities and medical conditions.
And, for the first time ever, Dreamforce will have a dedicated Accessibility Track, including a session that features a panel of customers, partners, and employees, led by Catherine Nichols, VP of Office of Accessibility at Salesforce.
To learn more about these sessions, check out the Sessions Catalog and filter sessions with words like “disability,” “accessibility,” and “inclusion.”