ATIA 2025 Conference logo - puzzle piece theme includes conference dates and location: January 30 to February 1, 2025 at the Orlando World Center Marriott

ATIA 2025 Call for Presentations

Speak at ATIA 2025!

Contribute your expertise and share your knowledge about assistive technology (AT) at ATIA 2025, January 30 – February 1, 2025.

We are pleased to provide opportunities for the AT community to share their experiences and expertise across a wide range of AT.

Submit a Presentation

General Presentations:

The ATIA 2025 Call for Presentations is now closed. Thank you for your interest in presenting at ATIA 2025 and sharing what you know! If you have submitted a proposal, notifications will be sent via email by the end of August.

Exhibitor & Sponsor Presentations:

Exhibitors and sponsors have an extended deadline of July 17.

Submit an Exhibitor Presentation

We Want to Hear from You—the AT Community!

  • Accessibility professionals
  • Administrators
  • Advocates
  • Aging Specialists
  • AT specialists
  • AT Act Programs
  • Consumers/individuals with disabilities
  • Disability services staff
  • Educators
  • Family member of individuals with disabilities
  • Government/non-profit agency staff
  • Higher education professionals
  • IT professionals
  • Occupational therapists
  • Physical therapists
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Professional development/training staff
  • Rehab therapists / counselors
  • Speech-language pathologists
  • Special Education educators
  • Teachers for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing
  • Transition coordinators
  • Visual impairment specialists
  • Vocational rehab specialists

Strands and Strand Advisors

The ATIA 2025 education program is planned around nine strands to provide a balanced approach to explore the most important questions and issues facing AT professionals today, providing you the opportunity to focus on a specific area of interest or need.

The ATIA 2025 strand advisors are each recognized experts in their respective fields. Our supporting partners and strand advisors represent many strategic professional organizations such as ACVREP, AOTA, ASHA, ATAP, CAST, DATEurpoe, JAN, RESNA, USSAAC, WebAIM, and more. 

Read more about the ATIA 2025 Strands and Strand Advisors.

Areas of Focus

ATIA encourages submissions that focus on the following areas of focus:

  • Social Inclusion & User PerspectivesConnected to user perspectives and global initiatives highlighting the importance of Social Inclusion for people with disabilities and the critical role that assistive and mainstream technologies play in enabling inclusion.
  • Maker – This theme is connected to the Maker community that is focused on using their skills to create and make solutions for, and in collaboration with, people with disabilities.

Prepare Your Abstract

Abstracts should include the use of AT from a practitioner or user perspective and may be in the form of a best practices case study, demonstration, implementation study, panel discussion, research paper, or tips and techniques session.

Download the Call for Presentations form to organize your thoughts before you submit your presentation online.