Accessibility at Museums Advocacy Day

The American Alliance of Museums is committed to making attendance at Museums Advocacy Day accessible for all. To best meet your needs, we ask that you send your accessibility requests as early as possible. Questions regarding accessibility and accommodations in advance of the meeting should be directed to accessibility@aam-us.org.

View AAM’s Diversity and Inclusion Policy.

Registration

While registering, you will be prompted to indicate your accessibility need(s). The meetings team will follow up with you prior to the meeting to provide resources or obtain more information.

Special Assistance

If you require an aide or personal assistant to help you navigate the Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo, we will register your aide as a complimentary guest. Email registration@aam-us.org to add an aide to your registration.

Sign Language Interpreters

To request a sign language interpreter, email accessibility@aam-us.org by January 26, 2018. We will do our best to accommodate requests that arrive after this date; however, AAM cannot guarantee that an interpreter will be available to accommodate the request without advance notice.

Accessible Housing

ADA-designated hotel rooms will be set aside for individuals requesting them in the online housing form.

Accessible Transportation

Washington, DC prides itself on being an accessible city. Visit the Washington, DC Disability Information page for more about the services available.

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