NNS Accessibility Policy
The National Neurotrauma Society is committed to making information and technology accessible to everyone, in accordance with W3C-based guidelines on which Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d) and the U.S. Equality Act are based. The NNS conference team strives to create content more user-friendly to people with disabilities.
Real-Time Captioning Services and Special Needs Requests
Real-Time Captioning Services will be provided upon attendee request for all lectures in the main plenary ballroom. If captioning is requested, dedicated seating areas near the screens will display the captioned text. If you require American Sign Language or CART Transcription Services, please contact us at least 90 days in advance of the annual meeting to inquire about these services.
ADA Accessible Transportation
ACCESS is a shared-ride, advance-reservation paratransit service that operates throughout Pittsburgh and surrounding Allegheny County from 6:00 a.m. to midnight, every day of the year. Eight companies provide service for ACCESS. Riders must use tickets to pay for their transportation. The number of tickets charged for a trip depends on the length of the trip. The minimum one-way fare is 4 tickets ($2.25) and the maximum is 8 tickets ($ 4.50). An eligible person with a disability visiting the Pittsburgh area is eligible for 21 days of travel on ACCESS in any single year.
Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown
Onsite & Room Accessibility Features:
The Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown hotel is committed to doing everything within our power to meet the special needs and interests of each and every one of our guests.