Register for AzTAP’s 16th Annual Assistive Technology Summer Institute

Institute for Human Development, Arizona University Center on Disabilities
Northern Arizona University

Assistive Technology: Multiple Perspectives, Multiple SolutionsDDNN Summer 2014

Have you wondered how assistive technology can help a person with a disability to be more fully engaged in school, work, recreation, communication or living independently?

Take advantage of the opportunity to learn more about assistive technology by attending the Arizona Technology Access Program’s 16th Annual Assistive Technology Summer Institute: Assistive Technology: Multiple Perspectives, Multiple Solutions. The conference will be held at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa in Phoenix on July 20 - 22, 2014.  Explore how assistive technology can be used to support education, employment and independent living across all disabilities and age ranges.

The registration fee includes breakfast and lunches, keynote and closing presentations by nationally recognized speakers who actually use assistive technology in their daily lives and more than 40 breakout sessions.  The Exhibit Hall showcases assistive technology vendors and community organizations.

The Arizona Grand Resort and Spa is a wonderful, family-oriented conference facility that offers all suite rooms, a fabulous water park and a lush resort environment.

For persons who cannot attend the full conference, the Exhibit Hall will be open to the community on Monday afternoon, July 21st from 1:30 – 6:00 with a free Exhibit Hall pass. Consumers/family members may be eligible for conference scholarships through the LEAP program. For detailed information including fees, consumer scholarship application, exhibit hall passes and to register, go to http://aztap.org/conference/fees/.

The Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP) is a statewide, Phoenix-based program of Northern Arizona University’s Institute for Human Development. AzTAP’s conference partners include the Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration and the Arizona Department of Education - Exceptional Student Services.