Astronomy is often mistaken as a visual science. We imagine stargazers scouring the night sky with their telescopes when in reality, astronomers heavily rely on non-visual means of studying the cosmos. In fact, over 95% of the Universe is invisible to the human eye. If the investigation of our Universe does not rely on sight, then why should our outreach? This session will cover the latest developments in the exciting world of accessible astronomy outreach. It will highlight the ongoing work of SciAccess, an international initiative dedicated to promoting disability inclusion in STEM. It will share the results of SciAccess 2020, a virtual conference which took place on June 29, bringing together 555 people from all 7 continents. Participants will learn about upcoming SciAccess events and will be invited to join the SciAccess Working Group, providing them with an opportunity to connect with others who are passionate about STEM inclusion.