Indiana Assistive Technology Conference

first_imgAttendee at Prentke Romich ExhibitWHAT: Statewide Assistive Technology Conference hosted by the INDATA Project at Easter Seals CrossroadsWHEN: July 29 and 30, 2010WHERE: Indiana Convention Center, 100 S Captiol Ave, Indianapolis INWho 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 want to learn about how assistive technology can increase independence among those you work with or yourself.Over 50 exhibitors of assistive technology products and disability resources will be available to you – last year’s exhibitors included:AAC: Dynavox Mayer-Johnson, SpecTech, Tobii ATI, Prentke Romich Company, A2C Solutions GroupJeremy Warriner, KeynoteBlind/Low Vision: Humanware, GW Micro, Eye Can See, BOSMA Enterprises, Lab ComputersDeaf/Hard of Hearing: Relay Indiana/INTRAC, Outreach Services for the Deaf and Hard of HearingDeaf and Blind: Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youth and AdultsEnvironmental Control Units: SAJE TechnologyDurable Medical Equipment: Home Health Depot, Sure Hands Lift and Care SystemsAutism or Sensory Processing Disorder: Sensory CrittersAging: CICOA, Rest Assured, Seniors Guide, Senior Helpers, University of Indianapolis Center for Aging and Community, Indiana Resource Center on Independent LivingMental Health: Indiana Works/Center for Mental Health, Meridian ServicesLearning or Cognitive Disabilities: Families Reaching for Rainbows, Indiana Reading and Information Service AT for K-12: PATINS ProjectPhysical Access/Mobility: Ace MobilityAT for Farmers: Breaking New Ground Outreach Program/AgrAbilityEmployment Services: Family Social Services Administration’s Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, Easter Seals CrossroadsAdvocacy: The ARC of IndianaSports: Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports ProgramResearch: Regenstrief Center for Assistive TechnologySupport and Information Services: Best Buddies Indiana, Indiana Canine Assistant Network, Indiana Resource Center for Families with Special Needs (IN*SOURCE), Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library, National Multiple Sclerosis Society – Indiana State Chapter, The Generations Project In addition to the exhibitors, we had 20 educational sessions on assistive technology and employment, aging, independent living, and education.  This year we will have 36 hours or presentations on AT.  If you are interested in presenting, exhibiting, or sponsoring the INDATA Conference, please contact Sara Croft, Conference Coordinator, at [email protected] or 888-466-1314. Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedNational Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program partners with Easter Seals CrossroadsMarch 6, 2013In “Easter Seals Crossroads”Communication for Deafblind IndividualsMarch 9, 2010In “Loan Library”Meet Donald Aills, President of Indiana Deaf-Blind AssociationMarch 18, 2010In “Testimonials”last_img

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