Accessibility and Inclusion
The AAG works to create an Annual Meeting that is accessible to all. This includes reasonable accommodations as specified by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). AAG and its conference venues ensure mobility access within all session and conference rooms.
An accommodation request form is available below and also here. Please make accommodations requests no later than one month prior to the meeting, if possible. This provides both the AAG and its contracted facilities lead time for ensuring optimal access, e.g. contracting with sign language interpreters.
Please direct all queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Meeting App
The Annual Meeting App is compatible with built-in iPhone and Android text to talk functions.
AAG asks that all attendees minimize their use of scented products to be respectful to those with allergies and environmental sensitivities.
All Gender Restrooms
Annual Meeting hotels will have designated all-gender restroom facilities. These restroom facilities will be marked and are available for use by all persons, regardless of their gender identity.
CAMP AAG will offer age-appropriate activities for children ranging from 6 months to 17 years of age (separated into age-appropriate groups) including curriculum-enriched, hands-on, creative activities, arts & crafts projects, active games, and more. CAMP AAG is also open to children with disabilities. ACCENT will staff CAMP AAG with teacher professional child care providers who have completed ACCENT’s specialized training program. In addition, ACCENT’s onsite supervisors are CPR and Pediatric First Aid certified.
A designated comfort room will be provided for annual meeting attendees.
AAG has designated a room for parents with lactation needs.