November 14, 2024 – November 15, 2024 all-day

Assistive Technology: Supporting Diverse Learners with Google & iOS TechnologyWarwick, RI, November 14th & 15th, 2024 . The Assistive Technology Conference of New England is dedicated to technology, people with disabilities, families and professionals. ATCNE is hosted by TechACCESS of RI.
Keynote Speaker: TBA
Pre-Conference Sessions: November 14. re-Conference Sessions offer full day, in-depth workshops.
* Conference Sessions: November 15. Conference includes almost 30 75-minute sessions, spread out over multiple tracks.
* Attendees will be able to attend 3 sessions of their choosing.
* Day 2 of ATCNE also includes the Exhibit Hall and Bringing Access to Life Expo.
Fees apply – Registration required to the Conference Registration page (scroll down to the date of event)  www.assistivetechnologyconference.com/  or contact (800) 916- 8324 techaccess@techaccess-ri.org    
Previous years’ session and topics have included:

  • It’s Not Cheating: The Why, What & How of Access for All Students with Accessible Materials & Technologies
  • Stop Overthinking Inclusion with AT/AAC
  • Executive Functioning Supports for Today’s Students
  • Person Driven Innovative Low & High Technology Accommodations
  • A Roadmap for the AAC Journey
  • Engaging Students with Digital Tools and Technology
  • Supporting Students with Disabilities in Writing and STEM Instruction: Integrating Both Realms
  • Free & Low Cost Digital Tools and Technology
  • When It’s Time to Spread your Wings…..How to Support our Young Adults as They “Transition Out” at 22
  • Assistive Technology & Engagement for All Learners
  • Smart Technology in Schools
  • From “We’re Not Ready” to Total Communication: Developing a Family-Centered, Community-Based, Interdisciplinary Approach for Accessing and Implementing AAC Supports with Medically Complex Children
  • Making the Abstract Concrete in Low Tech AAC
  • Implementing Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
  • Finding His Own Path – Connor’s Communication Journey
  • Connecting to My World from My Power Wheelchair
  • I Didn’t Know My Smartphone Could Do That! – Smart Phone Accessibility Features for People with Cognitive and Physical Disabilities
  • Assistive Technology for Independent Living: Remote Supports, Smart Home & Assistive Technologies in Action
  • MAKING Assistive Technology
  • R3: A New App to Empower Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Against Abuse
  • Inclusive Technology Smackdown
  • Assistive Technology Providers: The Next Generation
  • Incorporating Access and Sensory Strategies Transparently into Multiple Environments
  • Universal Design for Learning: The Path to Student Success
  • Removing Vertical Accessibility Barriers
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