It is the policy of IPI to hold meetings, conferences and other professional events where barriers of any type do not exclude people from attending or participating.
Find information pertaining to access at the 2018 IPI Conference and Expo, June 3-6 in Orlando, FL below.
Use of Personal AssistantShould you require an aide or personal assistant to help navigate the IPI Conference and Expo, IPI will register your aide as a complimentary guest. Please contact email@example.com to register your personal aide (name, city and state is required for the badge). Personal aides may attend sessions and access the exhibit hall, but will not be provided a food ticket. If you need IPI to arrange for an aide to help you navigate the meeting, request must be submitted in advance outlining specific type of assistance required. Email requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 571.699.3011.
Mobility ConstraintsDue to the size of the IPI Conference and Expo, sessions are sometimes spread out and distances between sessions can be considerable. If you are a regular wheelchair user you should bring your chair with you.
Accessible Transportation and HousingAll ADA-designated hotel rooms in the official IPI hotel block will be specifically set aside for individuals requesting them. These rooms are guaranteed.
HousingPlease contact the hotel directly for more information on ADA-designated rooms. Make hotel reservations as early as possible as there are a limited number of accessible rooms available at each property.
Food AllergiesIPI is diligent about handling food allergies for all IPI events. Onsite, all food is labeled by the facility to provide attendees with potential allergens. Upon registration for IPI meetings, please make sure to answer the question about specific allergies so that the registration system can capture your responses and specific information.
IPI's goal is to have a varied menu to appeal to the majority of attendee's dietary needs.
Please email email@example.com for more information or to ask specific questions about your allergy.