Where the Assistive Technology Community Meets to… Network, Learn, and Share
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Caribe Royale Hotel and Convention Center – Orlando, Florida
Pre-Conference Seminars: January 30 – January 31, 2018
Conference: January 31 – February 3, 2018
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The ATIA 2018 Education Program is Now Live!
You can now browse the hundreds of sessions you can attend at this year’s event, tailored to specific session strands.
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Discover what this year’s conference has to offer, including an in-depth look at the pre-conference seminars. Download the ATIA 2018 Advance Program.
Volunteer at ATIA 2018
Each year, ATIA looks for volunteers to serve as session monitors, sighted guides, and poster scanners at the conference. In exchange for volunteering at the conference, volunteers receive a 50% discount off the rate at the time of volunteer submission.
All of our volunteer shifts are full at this time. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
ATIA 2018 CEUs
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Wondering What Happened at ATIA 2017? Download 2017 Materials
Back for the fourth annual event – held during the ATIA annual conference. Carrying on the tradition started by edcampAccess/Boston and edcampAccessNJ, this will be an unconference devoted to k-12 special education issues and ideas with a focus on teaching all struggling learners and the use of assistive technology. The event in not limited to special educators, all are welcome to attend and share your expertise! Please note: This unconference is not associated with the education program of the ATIA conference and is not eligible for CEUs.
83% of last year’s attendees were extremely satisfied or very satisfied with the overall conference.
“My first ATIA conference energized me! I came back to work on Monday ready to tackle some hurdles I thought were impossible. Knowledge from the conference armed me with new ideas. Cannot wait for next year!”
—Maria G. Trudy, LATS, EDS, OTR/L, Nova Southeastern University
“I had heard from innumerable colleagues that ATIA is the one conference that requires travel that is well worth everything. I couldn’t agree more. I came in curious and left refreshed and excited to try out various items, techniques, and strategies that I had learned.”
—Heather Donatelli, AT Consultant, BCPS
“This conference was probably the best professional conference I have attended. It provided enriching information that was practical and pertinent to the needs of the AAC world. I also thought the location and accommodations were great.”
—Keith Parmerter, Elder, ICAN Arkansas