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COVID-19 Policy

Testing & Symptoms

We encourage all guests to self-test for COVID-19 before departing home for the conference. If you test positive or if you have recently been around someone who has COVID-19, please do not attend in person. If you are feeling symptoms of possible COVID-19, such as a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms that may not be part of your typical dysautonomia symptoms, whether you test positive or not, we ask that you do not enter the conference. We will provide registered guests who can't attend in person the opportunity to view the livestream and to access the recordings after the conference. Please contact if you have any questions.



We strongly encourage all guests to wear KN95 or N95 masks when indoors during the conference.

We will be using several Corsi-Rosenthal boxes throughout the indoor conference spaces, intended to reduce the risk of airborne pathogens. Learn more about Corsi-Rosenthal boxes

Despite these preventive measures, we cannot guarantee a COVID-free conference, so we encourage all guests to be fully vaccinated, wear a mask, and exercise caution on your travels to and from the conference. Guests who feel uncomfortable attending in person can register for the livestream broadcast or access to the recordings.


Refund Policy

  • Prior to and including May 20, 2024, your registration is fully refundable less a $20 service charge per registered guest.

  • After May 20, 2024, no refunds will be issued.

  • Registrations are not transferrable.


If you have already paid for your registration and would like a refund on or before May 20th, please email us.


Pet Policy

Pets are not permitted to attend the Conference. The only animals permitted at the Conference are service animals trained to work or perform tasks needed to assist a person with a disability, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Service animals must be under control of handlers at all times. If a service animal is out of control and the handler does not take effective action to control the animal, staff may request that the animal be removed from the Conference space to protect the safety of our guests and other service animals attending the Conference.

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