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Annual Meeting Location Accessibility & Health Information

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LOCATION ACCESSIBILITY & HEALTH INFORMATION

This page outlines the accessibility of the Annual Meeting's location. This includes information about the accessibility of the Vancouver Convention Centre, local businesses, and a list of clinics, health services, and hospitals in Vancouver. There are also additional resources available on this page.

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Vancouver Convention Centre Accessibility

The above information is modified from the Vancouver Convention Centre Accessibility Page.

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Mobility Assistive Equipment Rental Options

Due to the size of the AAA Annual Meeting, sessions are sometimes spread out and distances between sessions can be considerable. Some attendees may want to consider renting a scooter, wheelchair, or walker in Vancouver. AAA suggests the below options when considering mobility assistive devices for rent. You are responsible for renting any mobility assistive device you need.

SelfCare Home Health Products Ltd.

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Scooter City

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List of Clinics, Health Services, Hospitals, and Veterinarians

The below listings are organized from closest to further locations to the Vancounver Convention Centre

Clinics

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Doctors

If you are searching for a specific doctor, please use Doctors of BC’s “Find a Doctor” Search by clicking this link for further information. 

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Additional Health Service Tools

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Hospitals

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Veterinarians for Guide Dogs & Service Animals

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Accessibility of Local Businesses

This section is still being developed and will be available by the middle of October.

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Additional Disabled Traveler Resources

More resources for disabled travelers going to Vancouver may be found at TourismVancouver.com's Disabled Traveler Resources Page

Additional information related to planning your time in an accessible manner in Vancouver may also be found at TourismVancouver.com's Experiencing Vancouver Page

DisabledTravelers.com is another resource to review when considering your travel plans. 

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