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Accessibility Accommodations

We want to make sure everyone has a great experience and the Accessibility Services Department is here to help make this convention warm and welcoming for all attendees.  If you have accessibility or mobility concerns that make attending large events difficult, we would love to help you out!

In order to best accommodate your individual needs, we recommend emailing before the convention so we can do our best to make sure you have the resources you need.

Anime Weekend Atlanta supports equal access and provides on-site assistance for attendees and crew who may have mobility or accessibility issues.  Please be sure to stop by the Accessibility Services booth!  We’ll be located near Registration.

We seek to do the utmost in providing assistance to all participants above and beyond State and Federal Law.  Due to the convention’s limited resources, our crew members may be required to speak to you about reasonable accommodations in order to best suit your needs.

We do not have any mobility scooters or wheelchairs available at Anime Weekend Atlanta.  However, you can arrange one with one of the area companies.

[Please note: We are not affiliated with the below companies]
If you are deaf or hearing impaired and need a sign language interpreter, please contact before the convention so we can do our best to make sure you have the resources you need.
There are a couple of quiet rooms/areas if needed:
Manga Library
Usagi Medical
Service Animals are permitted throughout the venue.  However, this does not include:

  • Emotional Support Animals
  • Therapy Animals
  • Companion Animals
  • Pets
    Only Service Animals that have been properly trained and are under the care of their handler are allowed.  All service animals must remain by the handler’s side and be harnessed, leashed, or tethered to the individual—unless the device interferes with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability.  If that is the case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective means.

All service animals must be housebroken and should use outdoor space to relieve themselves.

You will be asked to remove the Service animal if it is not housebroken; becomes disruptive; or is unable to be controlled properly by its handler.

Attendees: please refrain from touching or petting Service Animals, as this can interfere with their work.

If you would like to learn more about Service Animals, please visit- Service Animals | for more information.

Website Accessibility

In building this website, we’ve done our best to include alt-text for images and additional tools for accessibility, found by clicking the wheelchair icon in the top left corner of the site. If you have any additional recommendations or suggestions, or find anything that may be missing, please let us know at!