Second Annual CRPS Convention Registration
All tickets and convention merchandise are final sale. By registering you agree to our Code of Conduct. The cost for self-parking (across the street) is $25 per vehicle and valet parking is $35 per vehicle. If you pre-ordered convention t-shirts or convention package, you may pick up your item(s) on Saturday, November 2nd from 10 am-12 pm and from 10 am-4 pm on Sunday, November 3rd at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa. Check-in for our Welcome Luau on Saturday, November 2nd will open at 6 pm at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa. Doors will open for check-in for the convention and luncheon on Sunday, November 3rd at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa at 9 am. Tickets are paperless. Park ticket(s) are not required to enter Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa. Tickets are non-transferable. Registered attendees will receive their appropriate wristband(s) upon check-in. Times, speakers, and topics are subject to change. There will be directional signage in the hotel to help show you where we’re located and we have a variety of things to do in our designated hallway all day!
Please dress comfortably and bring items to help you feel comfortable. Please also make sure to view our speakers, topics, and times before you arrive. ADA seating is available. Bathrooms are located down the hall from our location. If you purchased tickets to our luncheon, the location is next to our convention room and requires a separate wristband. If you do not plan to join our luncheon, Storytellers Cafe and Napa Rose are located on property, and Downtown Disney is located just beside our location. Here is a link to nearby restaurants.
If you’re planning to join us on Saturday at Disneyland or visit the parks and living with a disability, please make sure to view their services for guests with disabilities and information for their disability access service (DAS). Please visit City Hall or one of the DAS stands to request a DAS accommodation. We encourage you to communicate each and every one of your concerns so they may accommodate you. This also applies to any unexpected surprises while you’re visiting the park. Please communicate any questions or concerns to the park employees. Disney is known for being very accommodating and in our experience, they’ve always exceeded our expectations. Here is a link to their park map guide for guests with disabilities.
A note from our Executive Director:
Welcome! Thank you for joining us at The CRPS Convention! I look forward to meeting you in November! While you join us for the convention weekend, I hope you take the time to enjoy and embrace every moment. This is your chance to be with others who understand what you’re going through. Introduce yourself to others in your community, form new friendships, meet and speak with our supportive vendors, ask questions, take pictures on our step and repeat, have fun with the props, write words of hope on our “Wall of Hope,” join our raffle, bid on items in our silent auction, purchase items from our awareness table, and make yourself comfortable. Please bring items to help you feel more comfortable and please dress comfortably. It’s ok to wear pajamas, it’s ok to wear jeans, and it’s ok to wear lots of orange. Help raise awareness by wearing orange! If you choose to visit the parks, please keep in mind Disneyland is the most Instagrammed place in the world. If we all post on social media, we can make an impact! Please use hashtags #crps #crpsconvention #crpsawareness and tag @crpsforum. Our motto is “Hope is the first step towards a cure” and we hope the convention brings you feelings of hope and unity, that you learn from our knowledgeable speakers and vendors, and know you’re helping raise much-needed awareness. Thank you for your support!
Code of Conduct:
By purchasing your ticket(s) and attending this CRPS Forum event(s) you agree to:
- Respect the boundaries of other attendees.
- Look out for one another.
- Treat everyone with respect and kindness.
CRPS Forum practices a zero tolerance policy for:
- Invasion of privacy, including taking photos (or requesting selfies) of people you don’t know.
- Being disruptive.
- Pushing your own services, products, or causes.
- Drinking excessively.
- Stalking, following or threatening anyone.
- Homophobia, racism or behavior that discriminates against a group or class of people.
- Sexual harassment of any kind, including unwelcome sexual attention and inappropriate physical contact.
CRPS Forum reserves the right to remove anyone violating the Code of Conduct, without refund. If you witness anyone violating the code of conduct, please notify a volunteer or CRPS Forum staff member immediately.