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SPECIAL SERVICES
   
ACCOMMODATION FOR INDIVIDUALS REQUIRING ASSISTANCE
 
This meeting is accessible to all individuals. For accommodation of any special need, contact meetings@aai.org at least 60 days in advance of the meeting to make arrangements and receive further instruction.

AAI requires medical and veterinary documentation for all service animals at the meeting.
 

CHILD CARE
 
We encourage families to travel to Baltimore and enjoy the many family-oriented activities in the area.  However, please note that onsite child care will not be provided during IMMUNOLOGY 2010™. If you require a childcare provider during the meeting, arrangements should be made by contacting your hotel concierge for recommendations.  It is advised that you make arrangements in advance of the meeting.  AAI and its officers, employees, and agents assume no responsibility and accept no liabilities with respect to these services.
 
FAMILY ROOM
 
To accommodate those traveling with young children or family members, a family room is available. It is located off the Charles Street Lobby in the Baltimore Convention Center. This room is provided as a convenience for registered attendees and their family members, and will be equipped with tables, chairs, and private nursing stations. This room is not for use as a daycare facility by hired childcare providers. This room will not be staffed. AAI and its officers, employees, and agents assume no responsibility and accept no liabilities with respect to the use of the family room.
 

CHILDREN ATTENDING IMMUNOLOGY 2010TM

 
Children under the age of 13 are not permitted to attend IMMUNOLOGY 2010™ or to enter the Exhibit Hall, session rooms, or hallways in the meeting area.

High school students (age 13 and older) are welcome to attend the meeting and will receive complimentary registration if they are accompanied by a registered adult. Students must provide a school ID to register. High school teachers are also welcome to attend and will receive complimentary registration with proper ID. We kindly request that students be accompanied by a registered adult at all times. Appropriate behavior by all students is required.

 
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (CME)
 
Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits are not offered for this meeting. However, AAI adheres to conflict-of-interest policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education. AAI requires all speakers at AAI-sponsored meetings or programs to inform their audiences of their academic and professional affiliations and to disclose  any significant financial interest or other relationships they may have with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) discussed in their presentation. This information is required to be provided to AAI and will be included in the Scientific Program.


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