What Makes the ATIA Conference Unique
ATIA is the only conference that is inclusive of all disabilities, all types of assistive technology, and all ages – from Pre-K to seniors. We offer information from all areas of assistive technology. We embrace the education market, University-level disability services, AT for Independent Living, Accommodations for the Workplace, the needs of an Aging Population, and AT Research.
Over 2500 senior-level program directors, special education teachers, therapists, and service providers from the across the US and the world - YOUR CUSTOMERS - will participate in ATIA 2015 Orlando. Make sure your company is represented at this conference.
Why is the ATIA Conference Valuable for Exhibitors?
The statistics from the ATIA 2014 survey tell the story of an audience dedicated to two things: attending sessions to build a toolkit of AT solutions, and spending time in the exhibit hall going in-depth with products they know and learning what’s new.
ATIA Conference by the Numbers pie chart of Attendee Interest areas, multiple selections available.
9.5 hours of Unapposed Exhibit Hall time
17.5 hours of Total Exhibit Hall time
4 days of exhibition (Wednesday evening to Saturday afternoon)
Exhibit Hall is FREE to all
ATIA 2015 Orlando offers you the best opportunity to track customer trends, stay on top of how customers are using your products, learn where the needs are so you can begin developing the right new products, identify key advocates and turn customers into evangelists!
Take a look at the wide range of AT needs indicated by attendees at ATIA 2014.
Accessibility of online course materials
Accessible Design (W3C & WCAG)
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Cognitive disabilities, TBI
Deafness/Hard of Hearing
Education: Reading, Writing, Math, Learning/Study Skills, Common Core
Higher Education, Post-Secondary Education
Independent Living/Workplace Accommodation
Mobile technologies – IOS, and Android
Orientation & Mobility
Policy Development and Implementation
Severe Intellectual Disabilities
Text-to-speech and Screen Readers
Use of devices in the Hospital and other Care Centers
Video Descriptions and Captions
Visual Impairment and Magnification
The Assistive Technology Industry Association ("ATIA") is a not-for-profit membership organization of manufacturers, sellers and providers of technology-based assistive devices and/or services.