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Special Needs Line Policy Question


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As a person that is unable to stand in place for long periods of time, the buddy system is fine in theory, but in practice never really works out for single attendees because you just can’t keep track of someone you don’t know amongst a group of people. Have there been any considerations made to tweak this policy for single attendees? Thanks.

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If you visit Member Accessibility (in the room beside Registration) they will give you a badge to use as a placemarker for you so you don’t have to stand in line. This way, I believe whoever is working access control for the line can hold your place if you can’t have a friend do it for you. 

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The proxy system utilized is basically the same, whether you have a companion to hold your place in line or another attendee volunteers.  However, your badge is not involved in the process (and should be kept with you.)

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