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Thank you for joining us at ATIA 2017! You made ATIA 2017 our most successful conference yet! We value your feedback on your experience at ATIA 2017 as it will help us continue to improve the attendee experience at the conference. Please take a few moments to complete the ATIA 2017 Evaluation. Continue to evaluate individual education sessions in the mobile app by clicking “Rate” or on the handouts webpage.

Complete the Online Conference Evaluation and WIN!

Complete the ATIA 2017 Conference Evaluation by Saturday, February 11, 2017 and include a testimonial for your chance to win a complimentary ATIA 2018 registration. If you tweet your testimonial and reference #ATIA17, you will receive an ATIA webinar discount to use in 2017.

Miss Something in Orlando?

All education session presentation handouts will be available for three months after the conference. If you missed a session you wanted to attend, feel free to access this link and download and print the handouts to continue your ATIA experience post-conference!

Save the Date for ATIA 2018

Caribe Royale Hotel and Convention Center – Orlando, Florida

Pre-Conference Seminars: January 30-31, 2018
Conference: February 1-3, 2018

Speakers receive discounted registration to the conference. Please contact with questions. You will receive an e-mail when the Call for Presentations is open.

Exhibit at ATIA 2018

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ATIA 2017 Accessible Materials

Download the ATIA 2017 accessible onsite materials.

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

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