- American Sign Language interpreters are available upon request. Please submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible, or in the accommodations field during registration.
- Any session or conference recordings will include closed captions and live virtual sessions will have live closed captions enabled.
- Presenters will be encouraged to upload accessible files such as annotated slides and/or presentation transcripts.
- NACCB Organizing Committee is currently looking into possible childcare options for attendees. More information will become available once services are secured!
- Subsidies for childcare offered through our financial aid applications (opening soon!)
- A Pumping/Nursing Room will be available during the entirety of NACCB – Room(s): TDB. The room will have the following:
- Storage space for nursing/pumping belongings
- Comfortable seating and curtain dividers
- Outlets (for pumps, phones, etc.)
- Sink available in or near room
- Cleaning supplies to sanitize space after use
- Note: Please bring personal headphones to use if desired
- One-day registration is available for those unable to stay for the entire length of the conference : Registration Information (opening soon!)
- Facebook Group for Parents/Guardians
- Caregivers will have free access to conference area if accompanying a registered attendee with caregiver needs.
- NACCB is baby friendly! Contact email@example.com with any questions
- Please let us know how we can accommodate you via the dietary questions in the conference registration form. Please note we cannot guarantee all accommodations but will do our best to provide healthy and reasonable options. Note that conference catering will be predominantly vegetarian, with some omnivore options.
- Our Dining webpage (coming soon!) provides local dining recommendations for a variety of dietary restrictions.
- A Quiet/Low Stimulation Room will be available during the main program days of NACCB – Room(s): TBD. The room is intended for those needing a quiet space away from the hectic conference environment to stretch, read, meditate, etc., so long as it does not involve speaking or other noises.
- Gym is available for all guests staying at UBC (e.g., Gage Suites) to decompress
- Self-organized outdoor walks, meditation, and yoga encouraged for guests who need a non-gym way to decompress (with/without others)
- See the Things to Do page (coming soon!) for other ideas for breaks from the conference
- A venue map with accessibility information including non-binary/non-gendered bathrooms, wheelchair access, nursing room, quiet room, food/, etc. will be available on the conference app.
- We will ensure space in session rooms is available for caregivers, wheelchairs, etc.
- NACCB will have a trained safety officer available to all attendees as a resource, should conflicts arise. Contact information will be provided on badges. Note that all attendees are responsible for understanding and abiding by the conference code of conduct. Appropriate actions will be taken as needed.
- Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with requested services. To ensure service availability we ask that attendees contact us as soon as possible if needed.
- If you are staying at the UBC accommodations (venue), please see their contact information for lodging accommodation inquiries.