Guideline for ASA Conference Speakers

ASA strives to make its Annual Conference accessible to ensure full participation by persons with disabilities. Each presentation or session should be designed and conducted with the full participation of all ASA members and student affiliates in mind. Therefore, ASA requests that all presenters review the following information and take the steps necessary to make all programming accessible to their respective audiences.

Considerations for all Members of Your Audience

Considerations for Persons who are Blind or Visually Impaired

Considerations for Persons who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Considerations for Persons with Mobility Impairments

Information on this page adapted with permission from the American Psychological Association website on Disability Issues.

For Services at the Annual Meeting: If you have a disability that may impede your participation, please check the box on the registration form and send a statement regarding your disability-related needs with your registration. Someone from the ASA Meetings Department will contact you prior to JSM to discuss your needs. Availability of appropriate accommodations cannot be ensured without prior notification.

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