Will there be accommodations for attendees who require accessibility?

At the core of the AMS’s mission is the personal and professional well-being of the AMS members, staff, and the communities the Society serves. The AMS is committed to creating an inclusive, equitable, and welcoming culture that fosters creativity, innovation, and collaboration.

  • Meeting participants can share the languages they speak with a sticker for their badge.
  • Meeting participants can share their pronouns on their badge.
  • AMS Meetings staff provide accessibility accommodations in accordance with the ADA.
  • AMS, with guidance from the BRAID Committee on Accessibility, provides oral and poster presenters with tips to help them make their presentations accessible to all.
  • AMS meeting space has all gender restrooms.
  • AMS has developed and continually ensures that all attendees follow its policy “Professional and Respectful Conduct at AMS Meetings" while attending the 104th Annual Meeting.
  • The Baltimore Convention Center is accessible to patrons with disabilities.
  • A lactation room will be available at the Baltimore Convention Center. Please visit the AMS Check-In and Information Desk to gain access.
  • The Quiet and Meditation Rooms are open to all attendees. Please visit the AMS Check-In and Information Desk for location and general guidelines.
  • Attendees with special dietary requirements (e.g., vegetarian or kosher meals) should notify the AMS Meetings Department and/or visit the AMS Check-In and Information Desk to inform AMS of these requirements. Should an attendee have any specific requests and/or concerns, please contact the AMS Meetings Department at [email protected].
  • If you need abstracts or other on-demand content in a different format please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We would be happy to provide you with different versions as needed.
  • If you believe you will need additional services during the 105th Annual Meeting please contact the AMS at [email protected] with your request.