Attend ATIA 2024
Practitioners and parents, teachers and researchers, manufacturers and distributors—individuals and organizations who together reach more than 1 million people with disabilities—will attend ATIA 2024, January 25–27, in Orlando, Florida or virtually.
As an attendee, you’ll discover new technologies, opportunities, and creative ideas that are enhancing the learning, working, and daily living for persons with disabilities.
Connect. Discover. Inspire.
Here are just a few of the reasons you will want to attend:
- Opportunities to connect and build deep connections with your larger AT community
- Exchange knowledge, resources, and discover new solutions
- Inspiring Pre-Conference Seminars from leaders in assistive technology
- 300+ engaging education sessions covering all aspects of AT
ATIA 2024 education content addresses all disabilities and all types of assistive technology for all ages, presented by practitioners, service practitioners, and individuals with disabilities from around the world.
Hear what past attendees have to say:
- 99% of attendees were satisfied to extremely satisfied with the education content and professional development opportunities at ATIA 2023.
- 93% of attendees’ expectations were matched to greatly exceeded with their overall conference experience at ATIA 2023.
- 96% of attendees would recommend the ATIA Conference to a colleague.
“Sometimes, we’re the only ones in a room who feels comfortable with [assistive technology] but here, we have our community.”
— Katrina Reyes, SLP and AAC Coordinator, Cincinnati Public Schools
“This conference allows you to see the latest and greatest in assistive technology, connect with programmers and manufacturers and the educational speakers are top rated. I highly recommend this conference.”
— Peggy Farmer, Director of Therapy and Assistive Technology, Redwood
“The ATIA conference is a wonderful opportunity to learn about technology and network with individuals that “get it” and want to ensure that individuals with disabilities have an equal access to live their lives.”
— Brian Johnson, Chief Program Officer, Center for Independent Living of Broward
“The ATIA conference was my first time but certainly not my last! Having the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other professionals in the AT field left me feeling energized and armed with some amazing resources to better serve the students on my caseload!”
— Christina Maragioglio, Director of Technology and Learning, Da Vinci Collaborative
“Whether you are new to AT or a veteran, there is something for you! The learning opportunities presented as well as the networking amongst this group of professionals is outstanding and sure to have an impact on your practice.”
— Kristin Blain, Special Education Instruction & Curriculum Access Consultant, Ottawa Area Intermediate School District