SimplyHome On The GO-Come Check Us Out!
November 8, 2010 Leave a comment
This year was SimplyHome’s first time attending the Upstate Senior Expo. We headed out early Friday morning and were set up and in place by 9:00am. We met a lot of great people and stayed busy all day! We love getting to get out in the community and connecting with people who may benefit from our services! Please contact us if you weren’t able to make it and we would love to talk with you about our product.The 2010 Assistive Technology Expo will be our next stop in Raleigh, NC, November 17-19th. I have listed more info below.
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2010 Assistive Technology Expo
November 17 – 19, 2010
North Raleigh Hilton
What: The Assistive Technology Expo is an exciting three-day event designed to increase awareness and provide current information on assistive technology. Conference offerings include an exhibit hall (on 11/18/10 only) featuring over 60 vendors exhibiting the latest in assistive technology products and services, 40 concurrent sessions, a poster session and a Keynote address.
In addition, a pre-conference session will be offered on November 17 from 9:00-4:00 on Accessible Instructional Media: Using Bookshare to Meet Your Students’ Needs. The morning session will focus on assistive technologies. We’ll look at what’s out there and how to align the technologies with students’ needs. The afternoon session will focus on the Bookshare website as a source of free accessible instructional media (AIM). Particpants will learn what Bookshare offers, how to sign up, how to download books, how to read the books, and where to get support.
Who: Each year between 550-700 registered participants from across the country attend the NC AT Expo and approximately 1300 attend the free Exhibit Hall. Participants include: persons with disabilities, family members, teachers, therapists, Vocational Rehabilitation and Independent Living staff, rehabilitation counselors, employers, engineers, college professors, medical staff, college and university students, and authorized state purchasers.