FREE Assistive Technology Conference, Hosted by the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads

What: A FREE assistive technology conference with more than 50 assistive technology vendors and more than 30 hours of educational sessions and presentations. When: July 29 and 30, 2010 Where: Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, Indiana Topics Include: Augmentative Communication Aging Employment Education Independent Living Policy and Implementation Recreation Research and Web Visit the INDATA website […]

ATIA 2010 Conference in Chicago

What: Annual Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference and Exhibition Where: Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center, Schaumburg (Chicago), Illinois When: October 27-30, 2010 Why: Over 150 assistive technology educational sessions will be offered, you can browse through the latest devices available in the exhibit hall, and you can connect with other professionals, parents, users, or manufacturers.  The sessions […]

2010 RESNA Conference in Las Vegas

What: RESNA 2010 and International Symposium on Quality of Life Technology When: June 28-30, 2010 Where: Red Rock Casino Spa Resort, Las Vegas Why: This annual conference is for those who wish to learn about the latest assistive technology available for people with disabilities.  Here you will be exposed to sessions related to computer access, […]

Missouri Assistive Technology Conference

Power Up 2010 is the title of this year’s assistive technology conference and expo in Missouri.  The Holiday Inn Select in Coumbia will be hosting the event.  Participants can expect to see exhibits and demonstrations for assistive technology vendors such as Clarity, Benetech/Bookshare, United Access, DynoVox Mayer-Johnson, and TextHelp.  The conference will also have interactive […]

Indiana Assistive Technology Conference

WHAT: Statewide Assistive Technology Conference hosted by the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads WHEN: July 29 and 30, 2010 WHERE: Indiana Convention Center, 100 S Captiol Ave, Indianapolis IN Who should attend: Professionals in technology, students, parents, k-12 teachers and college professors, case managers, family advocates, Vocational Rehabilitation counselors, physicians, nurses, and others who […]