Registration is Open for ATIA 2022

Register today for ATIA 2022, taking place January 26-29, 2022 in Orlando, Florida and virtually.

Attend a Pre-conference Seminar

Dive into an AT topic at ATIA 2022 by registering for a Pre-conference Seminar.

Meet the ATIA 2022 Strand Advisors

Meet the members of your community who helped us plan this year’s ATIA 2022 education program.

Browse the ATIA 2022 Virtual Event

The ATIA 2022 Virtual Event gives you access to 100+ sessions across all education strands, including over 40 live-streamed sessions and 65+ recorded sessions available after the event! Click here to learn more.


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ATIA Learning Center

The new ATIA Learning Center is the place to discover live and recorded educational courses covering a wide range of AT topics, curated for educators, consultants and service professionals. Learn more about the ATIA Learning Center here. 

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About ATIA

Our mission is to serve as the collective voice of the assistive technology industry so that the best products and services are delivered to people with disabilities. Learn more about ATIA.

Network, Learn, and Share

ATIA’s conference showcases the latest AT developments for attendees from around the globe.

Advance Your Knowledge

ATIA’s online education and professional development programs draw on leading experts across the community.

Become a Member

Members of ATIA include for-profit, not-for-profit, and private organizations that are manufacturers, sellers, and providers of technology-based assistive devices and services.

Become a Member

Alliance Partners

ATIA Partners are leaders in the assistive technology industry that have proven their continued commitment to providing enhanced benefits and opportunities to people with disabilities.