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IACC Services Subcommittee Conference Call and Webinar

Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern
Agenda: Discussion of the IACC Services Town Hall Meeting that took place on July 24, 2009 in St. Charles, IL, and a presentation by IACC Services Subcommittee member Dr. Gail Houle and Dr. Sam Odom about programs for children with autism supported by the Department of Education.
Place: In Person: National Institutes of Health, Main Campus
1 Center Drive
Building 1, Wilson Hall, 3rd Floor
Bethesda, Maryland 20892

In Person Registration: http://www.acclaroresearch.com/oarc/9-15-09_services/

Webinar: Registration and access Information: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/724090747
To access the conference call:
USA/Canada Phone Number: 888-455-2920
International Phone Number: 212-287-1838
Access code: 5697907
Contact Person: Ms. Lina Perez
Office of Autism Research Coordination
National Institute of Mental Health, NIH
6001 Executive Boulevard, NSC, Room 8204A
Rockville, Maryland 20892-9669
Phone: 301-443-6040
IACCPublicInquiries@mail.nih.gov
Please Note:

The meeting will be open to the public through a conference call phone number and a web presentation tool on the Internet. Individuals who participate in person or by using electronic services and who need special assistance, such as captioning of the conference call or other reasonable accommodations, should submit a request at least 7 days prior to the meeting.

Members of the public who participate using the conference call phone number will be able to listen to the meeting but will not be heard. For those who use the web presentation tool to view the presentation, please call GoToWebinar at (800) 263-6317 to report any technical difficulties.

To access the web presentation tool on the Internet the following computer capabilities are required:

  1. Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, Netscape Navigator 6.0 or later or Mozilla Firefox 1.0 or later;
  2. Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server or Vista;
  3. Stable 56k, cable modem, ISDN, DSL or better Internet connection;
  4. Minimum of Pentium 400 with 256 MB of RAM (Recommended);
  5. Java Virtual Machine enabled (Recommended)

NIH has instituted stringent security procedures for entrance onto the NIH campus. All visitors must enter through the NIH Gateway Center. This center combines visitor parking, non-commercial vehicle inspection and visitor ID processing, all in one location. The NIH will process all visitors in vehicles or as pedestrians. You will be asked to submit to a vehicle or personal inspection and will be asked to state the purpose of your visit. Visitors over 15 years of age must provide a form of government-issued ID such as a driver's license or passport. All visitors should be prepared to have their personal belongings inspected and to go through metal detection inspection.

When driving to NIH, plan some extra time to get through the security checkpoints at the visitor entrances to campus. Be aware that visitor parking lots on the NIH campus can fill up quickly. The NIH campus is also accessible via the metro Red Line, Medical Center Station. The Natcher Conference Center is a 5-minute walk from the Medical Center Metro Station.

Additional NIH campus visitor information is available at the Visitor Center.



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