As it always has, the Information Desk will continue to be a place to get all of your questions answered about the convention and its events. There are now four Information Desks, located in both the Hynes and the Sheraton. At each desk, you will find a few of Anime Boston’s friendly Information Desk Staff members waiting and ready to help.
The desks can be found at the following locations:
- Hynes 2nd floor to the right at the top of the escalators.
- Hynes 3rd floor to the left at the top of the escalators.
- Sheraton 2nd floor outside of the Republic Ballroom.
- Sheraton 3rd floor at the top of the stairs.
New for Anime Boston 2017 and going forward, we have added an Accessibility Services Team under Member Relations. This team is made up of our knowledgeable Accessibility Specialists. Each of these Specialists is trained to understand Anime Boston’s accessibility policies as well as the ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act, in order to help our members with accessibility needs because of an injury or disability during the convention. They will be on hand to answer questions and will also be in charge of giving out the Accessibility Stickers. These stickers can be obtained at the Accessibility Services booth, located in Registration. Any person who might require additional accommodations as a result of a disability or injury may receive a sticker.
Anime Boston allows Service Animals under Massachusetts state law. Under federal and state law, a Service Animal is defined as dogs that are “that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person's disability.” Emotional Support Animals outside of those previously stated are not recognized under federal or state law as Service Animals.
The Accessibility Team can be found all day at the Accessibility Services booth within Registration in the Sheraton’s Back Bay Ballroom and also at the Information Desk on the Hynes 2nd floor during peak hours. If anyone finds themselves in a situation where their accessibility needs are not being met, please ask any Anime Boston staff member to call an Accessibility Specialist to assist.
To learn more about Anime Boston’s Accessibility Policies please review our Convention Policies here.
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