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NCORE Accessibility has expanded to include participants with visible and invisible disabilities, mental and physical health concerns, and marginalized communities and cultures that require specific accommodations to feel safe and included at NCORE.
Accessibility accommodations described are provided at NCORE events whenever possible. Always report your needs when you register so NCORE Staff can plan accordingly and, if needed, connect with you one-on-one for clarification and additional support. For accommodations tailored to our upcoming online conference and webinars, please visit our Virtual Accessibility page.
When it is advisable to resume conferences in-person, you can find information regarding accessibility accommodations here.
Please send questions, comments, or suggestions regarding NCORE Accessibility to firstname.lastname@example.org.