We are dedicated to making the NRPA Annual Conference a respectful, safe and inclusive experience for everyone.
The NRPA Annual Conference is ADA friendly. If you have accessibility or special modification needs, please let us know in advance. For onsite assistance, please visit the hospitality and accessibility kiosk on Level 3 in the exhibit hall lobby.
NRPA strives to create a safe and inclusive conference for all attendees. In order for us to better accommodate everyone, we include a question about food allergies, religious, and/or dietary preferences in our registration process. The answers help guide our selected food options.
You are welcome to use the restroom where you're most comfortable. All gender restrooms and single-occupancy restrooms will also be available.
Gender Pronoun Ribbons
You have the option to sport your personal gender pronoun on your conference badge. You can pick up a pronoun ribbon near the registration area at the Baltimore Convention Center. Learn more about gender pronoun ribbons.
The mother's room provides a private place to pump or breastfeed. Music City Center has two nursing mother's rooms — one is located on Level 1, around the corner from Room 101, and the other is located on Level 3 outside of Hall D.
The meditation room is a peaceful space to refresh and refocus. Yoga mats will be provided. Technology devices, such as cell phones and laptops, are not permitted.
The quiet room is a calm space where all conference attendees can spend time away from the noise, lights and other stimuli around a busy convention center. Comfortable, individual seating areas will be provided. The quiet room is not available for conversations or meetings. Technology devices, such as cell phones and laptops, are not permitted.
The prayer room is a welcoming space providing an open atmosphere for all attendees to have a place to practice and express religious and spiritual beliefs. Technology devices, such as cell phones and laptops, are not permitted.