I’ve just come back from CSUN, 2008 and again had the same thoughts through most of my meetings. Mos people didnt even think that flash could be made accessible.
I was sitting there and wondering why is this the case? Accessible Flash is surely a possibility and actually is not as painful as most people think it to be. I think largely the problem is not knowin what is possible and then not knowing how to implement it.
I’d suggest people start with checking out some of our examples at http://www.barrierbreak.com/ourshowcase.php. Every example in our showcase has been tested by users using assistive technology.
These examples are only a start point. We will soon showcase an accessible e-learning framework that would show people that everything is possible in Flash and would re-iterate the point that “Accessible Flash is a possibility”