Members-Only Services

Certain areas of IDAA.ORG are intended only for registed members of IDAA and in order to access these areas you must have an IDAA username and password.

To obtain a username and password you must have completed the following steps:
(If you were referred here after completing registration then go to step 2).

1) You must *first* have registered as an IDAA member or updated your IDAA membership information *ONLINE* here at IDAA.ORG.

2) You may then submit your registered email address at the bottom of this page. Your email address will be verified and your IDAA username and password will be promptly emailed to you.

The Honor System applies here. Your username and password are intended for your personal use only so please help protect the anonymity of all by keeping them safe. Likewise, the information in the protected areas is intended for the use of IDAA members only -- please keep what you see there to yourself.

If you already have an IDAA username and password but have forgotten them, putting your email address below will cause them to be emailed to you again.

If you are already have your username and password but have changed your email address, you must first update your membership information and then submit your new email address here. You will be sent a new username and password.

The usernames and passwords cannot be changed except by special request to the website administrator -- for computer security reasons very few requests will be honored except in extraordinary circumstances.

My membership information is up to date and my registered email address is:

2020 Meeting

The next IDAA annual meeting which was to be held in Spokane, Washington August 5-9, 2020 HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19.

We hope to see you in West Palm Beach, Florida USA August 4-8, 2021.

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