It is the Society’s sincere desire to comply fully with both the letter and the spirit of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. For questions about accessibility, such as real-time captioning [communication access real-time translation (CART)], special printing needs, or reserved seating, please contact AMS staff by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Four-week advance notice is necessary to ensure seamless action.
If issues arise on site in Boston, please visit the AMS Registration Desk. Special housing needs should be requested when hotel reservations are made. AMS wants to ensure that each attendee's stay at the 100th Annual Meeting is a pleasant and productive one.
ADA Office in Boston: https://www.newenglandada.org/
Accessibility at the Convention Center:
The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is accessible to patrons with disabilities. Please see the complete guide on accessibility here.
A limited number of wheelchairs are available free-of-charge for guest convenience at the BCEC.
AMS welcomes those who assist others in need during the 100th Annual Meeting. Caretakers are individuals who are at the meeting to assist with childcare or those with ADA needs. Individuals may register for free at the AMS Registration Desk located in the North Lobby of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center; valid identification is required.
The Quiet Room is BCEC Room 103 and is open to all attendees. The Quiet Room’s hours can be found here.