ATIA 2010 Orlando


Access to the Latest Technologies The ATIA Conference features the latest products and services, showcasing more than 125 exhibitors in one of the most comprehensive exhibitions in the industry. Meet one-on-one with leading AT suppliers to get your questions answered and get hands-on experience with the most up-to-date AT technologies. Enhance your Knowledge Choose from a robust selection of more than 275 educational sessions and hands-on labs that target your curriculum and meet your goals. Share Ideas Connect with the AT community. Attendees span a wide array of professions and repesent business, government, education and consumer sectors from across the globe. Who Should Attend? Education Administrators AT Teams AT Consultants AT Specialists AT Vendors Clinicians Community Technology Center's Network (CTCNet) Consumers Government Personnel Occupational Therapists Parents Physical Therapists Rehabilitation Specialists Research and University Personnel Special Education Directors Speech Language Pathologists Teachers Technology Specialists ANYONE interested in Assistive Technology Products and Technologies Represented Augmentative and Alternative Communication Blindness Computer Access Curriculum Adaptations Deaf and Hard of Hearing Electronic Aids to Daily Living Games and Recreation Learning Disabilities/Study Aids/Literacy Low Vision Mechanical Accessories and Mounting Devices What You Can Learn At the ATIA Conference you can learn how leading edge assistive technology solutions apply to: AAC and Language Development Aging Autism Spectrum Disorders Early Childhood Government Funding Higher Education Independent Living K-12 Policy Print Access/NIMAS Section 508, E&IT/Accessibility and Interoperability Transition from School to Higher Education to the Workplace Workplace And More

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