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Access At Arisia
Hotel Access Services
ASL At Arisia
We would like to offer limited ASL interpretation at Arisia, on Saturday and Sunday during the day. If you would use this service, you MUST let us know by December 31st. Please email email@example.com if you have questions.
Any Deaf Attendees who wish to bring an interpreter with them, can get a free (Adult-in-tow) membership for their interpreter, when they register.
Especially but not solely for the visually impaired, we offer two Tactile Tours. Touching allowed, gloves provided.
- Art Show
- Masquerade Costumes (during Masquerade halftime)
New Access Services for Masquerade
Do you need to bypass the line for Masquerade (concerns about fatigue, mobility, being jostled) and or do you need seats in the front, (hard of hearing, need to see CART screen, to be close to the stage to see, mobility concerns, or may need to leave abruptly) ? Register with access before the convention, or at the convention at the Info Desk. The back of your badge will have a sticker outlining what you need to facilitate things during the hectic rush that is seating for this event. In previous years asking people to sign up at the Info Desk is no longer feasible for the size of the events we are holding. This is a work in progress, please be patient with us. Let us know when something is not working, so that we can continue to change and improve. I am hoping that this will ensure that we have the right amount of seats, and that the people who need them, get them.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in signing up, or talk about this change.
Arisia is happy to welcome attendees with service animals. People with allergies should note that we expect a number of attendees with dogs, so they should medicate accordingly. We also ask that everyone respect the working animals and give them appropriate space. Please do not pet or otherwise distract service animals unless invited to do so by their owners.