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AAA from A to Z

AAA from A to Z

AAA 2018 will be held April 18-21 in Nashville, TN.

201 Fifth Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37203

General Information: (317) 262-3400

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AAAF’s Auction 4 Audiology
Snag a bargain and support the AAA Foundation by bidding online in the Auction 4 Audiology. Memorabilia, handcrafted items, gift cards, and more can be viewed at the Foundation Booth in Academy Central or online. Start the bidding today! Auction closes on Friday, April 7, at 5:00 pm CT.

Academy Central
Take a walk through Academy Central and discover the many benefits of membership! Find the latest marketing materials for your practice, visit the Advocacy booth to learn more about current initiatives, discover more about ABA certification, or pick up a unique audiology item at the Academy Store. Academy staff will be on site to answer all of your questions. This area will help you make the most of your membership!

Academy Research Conference (ARC)
Indianapolis, Indiana, April 5, 2017. Pediatrics: Advancements in Assessment and Rehabilitation

Assistive Listening Device (ALD)
Provided by: Williams Sound, LLC
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are available for all educational sessions (excluding posters). Receivers are available upon request at the ALD desk. For the best reception, ALD users are encouraged to sit toward the front of the room. Open captioning will also be provided at the General Assembly. Visit the Williams Sound ALD desk in Registration.

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Badges
Badges are required for all conference participants and must be worn at all times to gain entrance to sessions, events, and the exhibit hall. Swapping badges is prohibited and may result in expulsion from AAA without refund. Appropriate identification may be requested. See our Policies.

Bag & Coat Check
Baggage and Coat check will be available:
Friday, April 7, 7:00AM - 7:00PM
Saturday, April 8, 7:00AM - 1:00PM

Business Center
The Ricoh Business Center at the Indiana Convention Center, conveniently located on the 1st Floor of the ICC, directly across from Room 116, is available for your copying, printing, and shipping needs.

Phone: 317.262.4496
Fax: 317.262.4435
Email: eric.normington@ricoh-usa.com
Hours: Monday - Friday from 8:30AM-4:30PM (subject to change, dependent upon event schedules)

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Celebrate Audiology
Celebrate Audiology is a fun-filled way to kick-off the first evening of AAA. Join us in the exhibit hall to enjoy the entertainment while you mingle with colleagues and industry representatives. Partake in the open bars and food available in and out of the booths.

Cell Phones & Electronic Devices
Please be considerate of your fellow attendees and turn off or silence cell phones and electronic devices during all educational sessions and special events.

Certificate of Attendance
A certificate of attendance will be published on the Web site home page at the end of the conference.

CEUs & CEU Manager
CEU Manager is used to record your CEUs and print an AAA transcript. During the educational sessions, the instructor(s) will present a pass code. This code is unique to this session only and will be presented at the end of the session. Record the pass code on the CEU Worksheet, found in the convention bag. Record only the sessions you attended. Entering CEU information into CEU Manager is the ONLY way to receive CEU credit.

Children
Please see our Policies for more information.

City Guide
Looking for things to do and places to see in and around Indianapolis? Take a look at the City Guide from Visit Indy. There are places to relax, dine, unwind, and lots to see in Indianapolis, whether it's before, during, or after AAA

Comments and Feedback
Download our mobile app to provide instant feedback about AAA.
Following the conference, registrants will receive an emailed invitation to complete an in-depth online convention evaluation survey.

Course Content
The American Academy of Audiology is not responsible for the comments expressed by any course presenter, nor does it accept responsibility for the content or the reprinting of any materials handed out during presentations.

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Disclosures
All presenters have been asked to disclose their affiliations or financial interests in any organization or commercial product that may relate to their presentation. The Academy lists all disclosures that have been provided by the presenters, with the presenter's name, under each session description in the online conference planner.

Dress
Conference attire is business casual. Meeting room temperatures can vary considerably throughout the day; a light jacket or sweater is suggested.

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Emergencies
The safety and security of attendees and staff is the first priority of the Academy and the Indiana Convention Center. In the event of an emergency inside the convention center, use a house phone to dial security and be prepared to provide the nature and the exact location of the emergency.

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First Aid
First Aid is located across from Hall E near the Security Office.

Future AAA Dates
2018 Nashville, TN, April 18-21
2019 Columbus, OH, March 27-30
2020 St. Louis, MO, April 1-4

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Handouts
Handouts are available electronically at the discretion of each session presenter.
Download the mobile app or visit our conference planner to view available handouts.
Handouts along with synced audio sessions (additional fee) are also available to you online following the conference.

Headquarter Hotel
JW Marriott. Click here to for a list of conference hotels.

HEARCareers Employment Center
The HEARCareers Employment Center is an extension of the Academy's year round employment service Web site.

Learn more about the HEARCareers Employment Center.

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Internet Access Central
CEU Manager, internet access, session and exhibits locator, and online session planner are in one central location to keep you connected.

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Lost and Found
Lost and Found will be located at the main registration counters. Any items remaining with Lost and Found at the close of the event will be turned over to the Convention Center Security personnel. The Academy is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Lunches
As part of your convention registration, you will receive concession coupons for Thursday and Friday, valued at $10 per day. The coupons can be used toward purchases at the concession stations on the show floor, or specialty food stations/carts located throughout the convention center.

Hold onto your lunch coupons, they are like cash! Lost or stolen coupons cannot be replaced.

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Mail & Packages
For security reasons all attendee mail or small packages should be sent directly to your hotel. Remember to bring your tracking numbers. Package and delivery fees may apply and are the responsibility of the attendee.

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On-site Registration
Tuesday, 7:00AM-6:00PM (Exhibitor Staff Only)

Wednesday, 7:00 am - 7:30 pm
Thursday, 7:00 am - 6:15 pm
Friday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, 8:00 am -12:15 pm

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Parking at the Indiana Convention Center
View available fee parking and maps here.  The Academy does not reimburse for parking fees.

Personal Consideration Room
The women's restroom across from the Security Office has three (3) private nursing rooms with the restroom.

Photos
Please see our official Policies for detailed information.

Presenters Ready Room
If you are presenting, the Presenter's Ready Room is a place where you can review and upload your presentation, practice for your session, and pick up presenter ribbons.

Press/Media
Academy staff will be available to provide information about AAA and arrange interviews with Academy leaders. Contact Amy Miedema.

Program Book
The Conference Guide is the hard copy program for AAA and has information on what is happening, when and where. For the most complete and up-to-date searchable conference information download the mobile app and use the online conference planner. Pick up a copy of the Daily News (Thursday and Friday).

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Recordings (session proceedings)
Take your favorite sessions home or listen to sessions you missed! Unless otherwise noted, Featured Sessions, Learning Modules, Exhibitor Courses, and Research Podiums are recorded and offered for purchase at the on-site sales desks, or you can pre-order online during conference registration.

Session handouts will be available for free online before, during, and after the conference.

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Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) Central
Stop by SAA Central for information on the American Academy of Audiology’s student organization and to network with your fellow students. Gather important Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) information to bring back to your chapter, and see what other SAA chapters have been up! Members of the SAA Board of Directors and SAA Programs Subcommittee will be on hand to answer your questions.

SAA Humanitarian Hub
Stop back later for more information.

Scooter/Wheelchair

The Convention Center has wheelchairs available on a first-come, first-served basis at the First Aid Office, or the Security Office. A government issued picture ID is required as a deposit for the wheelchair. Wheelchairs may not be removed from the facility. A fee will be imposed for any wheelchairs not returned.

Scooter and electric wheelchair rental is available from a variety of locations.

Security
Attendees are responsible at all times for the security of personal items such as purses, laptops, electronic equipment, etc. It is recommended that you do not wear your meeting badge outside convention functions or on the street.

Session Room Capacity
Extensive and careful planning goes into scheduling sessions in appropriately-sized rooms, however, occasionally overcrowding may occur. If a session room reaches maximum capacity, attendees are expected to follow instructions provided by Academy staff and signage provided at each session room. For your safety, the Fire Marshall will not allow standing or sitting against walls, or blocking aisles or doors. If you are denied entry by Academy staff or signage that the room is at maximum capacity, please abide as the Fire Marshall has the authority to delay or terminate the session or even the entire Convention until the problems have been satisfactorily corrected.

Sessions and Session Cancellation & Changes
Sessions are held at the Indiana Convention Center, unless otherwise noted. All sessions will be presented in English. No translation service is provided.

Sessions printed in the Conference Guide may change or cancel after going to print. For the most current session information, download the mobile app, see the online conference planner, and check the Daily News distributed on-site.

Shuttle Information
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Academy will provide shuttle service to those with disabilities who require mobility assistance.

A complimentary Saturday Airport shuttle will be available by reservation only.

For information on shuttle schedule and specifics, see the Shuttle Schedule page.

Social Media
Stay on top of the latest updates, events, and announcements about AAA! through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and post-conference photos through Flickr. Don't forget to #AAAConf18 and for the Academy Research Conference, #ARC18.

Sponsor Raffle Cards
Visit each of the AAA Sponsor's booths, get your card stamped, and enter the raffle for a chance to win complimentary registration and hotel for AAA2018.

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Temperature
Meeting rooms are kept cool. Plan to dress in layers or bring a sweater, as temperatures may vary from room to room.

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Wi-Fi Service
Free high speed  Wi-FI is available throughout the convention center. You may also use our computers in the Internet Access Central area for no charge, though you will be time-limited if there is a line.

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