Contact & FAQ

Registration for the Network of Americas Conference closed on March 15, 2018. For more information, visit the Registration page.

Conference participants must book accommodations directly with the Holiday Inn Cape Cod – Hyannis. When booking your accommodations online, be sure to use group code DIN to receive a discount rate.

You can also call 1-800-HOLIDAY to book accommodations by phone. Be sure to mention the Deafblind International Network of the Americas Conference to receive the discount rate.

For more information, visit the Registration page.

Plenary sessions will be interpreted in Spanish, French, Platform Sign Language and Communication Access Real Time Translation (CART). Sign language interpreting will be provided during program hours for those who request it as part of their registration. Please be advised that teams of three interpreters will not be provided. If this is your preference, it is strongly encouraged that you bring your own support person to add to the team.

The Plymouth & Brockton bus line runs from both Logan Airport and South Station in Boston to Hyannis. The bus terminal in Hyannis is a five-minute cab ride to The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis.

Yes, though no childcare is provided by conference organizers. The hotel can provide links to child care resources in the area.

Business casual.

Springtime on Cape Cod is generally considered sweater weather. The average high temperature for Hyannis in April is 54 degrees Fahrenheit (12 Celsius), with the low dropping to 38 F (3.6 C).

Conference attendees may enjoy hors d'oeuvres at the opening reception Sunday night. Breakfast and lunch will be provided Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. An award dinner will be served Wednesday night.

Main Street in downtown Hyannis offers year-round shopping, dining and entertainment. Visit the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District website for a business directory and details on all the latest happenings.