Accessibility Information

Accessibility Information

Registration for the 2024 NADOHE Annual Conference, to be held in Seattle, Washington from March 13-16, 2024, is now open!

Registration information and deadlines can be found here.

Accessibility at the 2024 NADOHE Annual Conference

NADOHE seeks to create a conference experience that is inclusive, welcoming, and accessible for all conference attendees. There is a space on the conference registration form where accessibility needs can be indicated. The registrant will be contacted following completion of this information so to ensure accommodation at the meeting. Notification via the registration form and/or to by February 1 will allow adequate time to ensure your needs are accommodated.

Following is what is currently planned for the conference:

  • An ASL provider will be retained upon request to ensure registrant accommodations are met during pre-determined sessions tailored to the registrant's schedule.
  • Presenters will be asked to use a microphone during all keynotes, concurrent sessions and workshops.
  • Presenters will be asked to communicate the content of their slides verbally and to initiate the PowerPoint closed captioning feature when possible.
  • All meeting spaces are accessible for wheelchairs and scooters, including session room center and side aisle widths, as well as spaces at the end of aisles for wheelchair or scooter placement.
  • Reserved seating will be made available in the front row of each meeting room for those who wish to sit closer to the front of the room for sight or hearing purposes.
  • Conference staff are informed and will be able to direct individuals to accessible pathways throughout the meeting space.
  • Registrants will have access to a nursing lounge/lactation room.
  • A quiet room for prayer or meditation will be designated.
  • All-gender restrooms will be available at the conference hotel.

City of Seattle Accessibility

The city of Seattle seeks to ensure access to all. Information related to this can be found here.

The city also has an accessible route planner which can be found here.

To request accommodation, contact the City of Seattle ADA Coordinator at (206) 684-2489,, or visit the City of Seattle ADA webpage.

Seattle Hyatt Regency Accessibility

The Seattle Hyatt Regency is committed to providing equal access and opportunity for individuals with disabilities and/or changing abilities so that usability throughout the hotel for all guests is seamless. Please note the following accessible hotel features:

Accessible Hotel Parking and Transportation

  • Self-Parking for Cars
  • Van-Accessible Self-Parking

Accessible Hotel Areas

  • Public Restrooms
  • Restaurants
  • Registration Desk
  • Concierge Desk
  • Public Entrance
  • Fitness Center/Exercise Facilities
  • Business Center

Accessibility for Guest Rooms & Meetings

  • Text Telephone TTY
  • Closed-caption or closed-captioning decoders for guest room televisions
  • Assistive listening devices for meetings provided upon request
  • Accessible guest rooms with mobility features have doorways with 32 in (0.81 m) of clear width

Hotel Areas with Accessible Routes from Accessible Public Entrance

  • Fitness Center/Exercise Facilities
  • Meeting Room/Ballroom Area
  • Restaurants
  • Guest Rooms
  • Business Center
  • Registration Area

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