AAC Connections-DME—535 Hilton
7931 S. Main St., Ste. 336
Littleton, CO 80122
(800) 630-9443, fax (303) 670-4795
Medicaid and Medicare multi-line AAC Provider: blinktwice (The Tango!), Lightwriters, Saltillo (ChatPC M3), eye trackers including QuickGlance and MyTobii, Unlimiter products, Words+, Zygo and others. Contact Meghan Conover and Jean Walsh at 800-630-9443. Support from Debby McBride at 866-482-2279. Send purchase orders and requests for Medicaid prior authorizations directly to Littleton, CO office.
AAC Institute—152 Hilton
1022 Heyl Rd.
Wooster, OH 44691
(330) 262-1984, fax (330) 263-4829
AAC Institute offers free and low cost resources for all AAC stakeholders, including educational materials, performance evidence, continuing education, performance measurement tools, family resources, etc.
AAC TechConnect—538 Hilton
P.O. Box 1944
Evergreen, CO 80437
(303) 674-8553, fax (303) 674-8493
A unique web site for some free AAC resources: see “what’s new”, download 100+ manufacturer’s device flyers and more! Checkout our AAC Tools/Resources/Workshops.
ABISee, Inc.—355 Marriott
52 Tenbark Rd.
Sudbury, MA 01776
(978) 201-9302, fax (253) 595-3623
ABISee, Inc. presents breakthrough portable technology for the visually impaired. Connect Zoom-Ability to your laptop or PC, Zoom-Ex, Zoom-Twix, Zoom Office; fully customizable solutions for your needs; Auto Focus CCTV; reformatting software for easy reading without X-Y table, plus hyper fast scanner/reader/organizer, distance viewer. Weighs 2 lbs. Folds for transport.
AbleLink Technologies—527 Hilton
528 North Tejon
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
(719) 592-0347, fax (719) 592-0348
AbleLink Technologies develops and distributes cognitive support technology including accessible email, step-by-step cueing/prompting and schedule management for people with cognitive disabilities.
AbleNet, Inc. —120 Hilton
2808 Fairview Ave. N.
Roseville, MN 55113-1308
(800) 322-0956, fax (651) 294-2259
See the FL4SH, a four-message scanning communicator with exclusive frame lighting. Discover how our comprehensive curricular programs and products can bring your classroom into 21st Century instruction.
NEW COLORS! For a limited time only, Jelly Beamer wireless switch will be available in two new colors. Green Apple and Dreamsicle Orange!
NEW PRODUCT! See flip! A new reliable page-turner that is quick and easy to use. Accommodates a wide range of books and offers a variety of operating controls.
Acceleration Educational Software—160 Hilton
1225 Laurel Street
Columbia, SC 29201
(803) 233-0541, fax (803) 545-4058
The DT Trainer 2x is a large product with 139 content programs and hundreds of reinforcers/games. It provides direct instruction and assessments for students. It is a highly configurable program for students. Each student has their own individualized program specifically designed for them by a teacher or parent.
Access Igenuity—271 Marriott
3635 Montgomery Dr.
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
(707) 579-4380, fax (707) 579-4273
Access Ingenuity distributes and supports innovative assistive technology and offers effective access solution services that promote independence and productivity for individuals with disabilities.
Accessing Higher Ground Conference, CU Boulder/ATHEN—541 Hilton
Willard Hall 322
Boulder, CO 80309
(303) 492-8672, fax (303) 492-5601
Accessing Higher Ground (AHG): Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference for Education, for Businesses, for Web and Media Designers focuses on the implementation of accessible media and Assistive Technology in the university setting. ATHEN: Access Technologists in Higher Education Network is a professional association and network for Access Technologists in Higher Education.
ACCT, Inc.—124 Hilton
247-2628 Granville St.
Vancouver, BC VGH 4B4 Canada
(604) 731-8860, fax (866) 801-5302
ACCT, Inc. develops assistive computer access devices. It introduces the ergodex keyboard; a programmable keyboard with moveable keys.
AD Information & Communication Co.—403/404 Marriott
608 Ace Techno Tower 8th Guro-Dong
Seoul 152-780 Korea
+82 2 2025 7750, fax 82 2 2025 7754
The VOICEYE Player is a personal digital device specially designed and developed to convert text data stored in a VOICEYE Symbol into speech utilizing a Text-To-Speech function to recite the decoded data. Fully portable, it offers features enabling visually impaired people to access easily to text-based printed information just like anyone else without using the Braille or other vision and reading aids. It is composed of Voice Eye camera and player and software. Voice Eye Maker, The VOICEYE Cam has the additional and independent features. It can be used with computer to list to text and music encoded in VOICEYE Symbol and applied to audiovisual and phonics education. The VOICEYE is only feasible with the technological combination of 2D barcode encryption and decryption, Text-To-Speech, and optical recognition technologies.
Adamlab, LLC—307 Marriott
55 East Long Lake Rd., Ste. 337
Troy, MI 48085
(248) 362-9603, fax (248) 362-9606
Join us for demos and hands-on training of our easy to use high quality low cost portable and desktop augmentative communication devices.
Adaptivation, Inc.—146/147 Hilton
2225 W. 50th St., Ste. 100
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
(605) 335-4445, fax (605) 335-4446
Adaptivation will show its line of switches, communication devices and environmental controls. Many practical applications and products will be shown.
Adaptive Technology Services—210 Marriott
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 409-6650, fax (415) 358-4726
We are a leading provider of computer technology services including evaluations, installation, scripting and training for people who are blind and visually impaired.
2720 W. Idaho Street
Boise, ID 83702
(208) 362-8001, fax (208) 362-8009
Accessible computer workstations for use with assistive technology devices. The Accella(TM), Infinity(TM), Equity(TM) and Progression(TM) series each offer quick height adjustment and an array of accessories that enhance seated accessibility. ADAS manufactures therapy tables and pediatric furniture for rehab, and the Approach(TM) line of unique height-adjustable kitchen products.
Adobe Systems, Inc.—402 Marriott
345 Park Ave.
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 536-6000, fax (408) 537-6000
Adobe Systems revolutionizes how people engage with ideas and information. Adobe sets new standards for producing content that engages persons of all abilities virtually anywhere at anytime. See compelling accessible content solutions in action.
Advanced Multimedia Devices—108/109 Hilton
200 Frank Rd.
Hicksville, NY 11801
(516) 822-0808, fax (516) 822-6611
AMD will be introducing our new Smart Series communication device with great new features like a smart overlay system and flash cards for added memory.
Ai Squared—218/231 Marriott
P.O. Box 669
Manchester, VT 05255
(802) 362-3612, fax (802) 362-1670
Ai Squared is proud to introduce the new ZoomText 9.0. With ZoomText's revolutionary 'xFont' magnification, NeoSpeech voice synthesizers, and new productivity tools, everything on your computer is easier to see, easier to hear and easier to use. Come see why ZoomText is the first choice for screen magnification and screen reading. Stop by and see us at booths 218 and 231 for a hands-on demonstration and free trial software.
American Foundation for the Blind—238 Marriott
100 Peachtree St., Ste. 620
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 525-2303, fax (404) 659-6957
AFB features its fully accessible web site, which provides information on blindness and vision loss and AccessWorld: Technology and People Who are Blind or Visually Impaired.
American Printing House for the Blind—274 Marriott
1839 Frankfort Ave.
Louisville, KY 40206
(502) 895-2405, fax (502) 899-2284
APH is the world's largest company devoted solely to making products for people who are visually impaired, and is the official supplier of educational materials for blind students in the U.S. Visit our web site at www.aph.org for more information.
American Thermoform—319 Marriott
1758 Brackett St.
La Verne, CA 91750
(909) 593-6711, fax (909) 593-8001
Manufacturers Thermoform Duplicators, Dot and Print embossers, Touchscreens, Brailon, Braillables and Computer Braille paper. Distributes Braillo Printers for production applications and Zychem fusers and paper.
Assist Vision—204 Marriott
2825 E. Cottonwood Pkwy, Ste. 500
Salt Lake City, UT 84121
(866) 999-9188, fax (336) 868-6670
Assist Vision is committed in providing high quality and low cost assistive technology products. Offering both portable as well as desktop low vision solutions with our Neo and Slider CCTVs; and our Sound is one of the clearest portable sound amplifiers on the market.
Assistive Technology, Inc.—106/107 Hilton
333 Elm St.
Dedham, MA 02026
(800) 793-9227, fax (781) 461-8213
Assistive Technology, Inc. is a premier developer of innovative hardware and software solutions for people with physical, cognitive, and speech disabilities. Products include Mercury (SE), MiniMerc (SE), Link Plus, 7 Level Communication Builder, LightWRITER, Stages and EvaluWare.
A.T. Kratter & Company, Inc.—338 Marriott
12062 Valley View St. #109
Garden Grove, CA 92845
(714) 799-3000, fax (714) 799-3100
Introducing the Looky, the newest, smallest, lightest, and most functional handheld portable video magnifier available, with the best and brightest image in the industry. From A. T. Kratter & Company, Inc., Southern California's leading provider of adaptive technology for people with visual and reading disabilities. Visit our store in Orange County. Your Low Vision Store is one of three. Your Low Vision Store locations in Southern California offering the best selection of low vision devices and CCTV magnifiers in the industry. We are Freedom Scientific’s premier dealer in Southern California. We offer complete sales, service, support and training in computer technology, offering speech access, magnification, Braille, GPS, tactile maps and graphics.
AT Network—525 Hilton
1304 Southpoint Blvd., Ste. 240
Petaluma, CA 94954
(707) 778-3011, fax (707) 765-2080
The AT Network is a statewide project of the California Department of Rehabilitation and the Alliance for Technology Access. The AT Network provides access to and information on assistive technology and related services that enable people with disabilities the opportunity to be successful, independent and productive.
ATEC Goodwill Industries—163 Hilton
200 N. Fairview
Santa Ana, CA 92703
(714) 547-6308, fax (714) 541-2387
ATEC provides assessments, training, and technical support, and supplies the necessary tools to people with disabilities, enabling them to achieve greater independence through the use of assistive technology.
ATS, LLC—537 Hilton
1915 Charlotte Ave., Ste. 225
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 327-1960, fax (615) 327-0117
ATS is proud to present the EzCOMM 1200 speech device. The EzCOMM utilizes the latest technologies to improve the quality of life for the speech impaired.
Attainment Company, Inc.—221 Marriott
P.O. Box 930160
Verona, WI 53593
(800) 327-4269, fax (800) 942-3865
Easy-to use, low-cost AAC devices, basic skills instructional software, life skills curricula, and IEP resources.
Augmentative Resources—240 Marriott
8331 Epicenter Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33809
(863) 984-5404, fax (863) 984-6175
Light/Low Tech Velcro-receptive communication books, visual aid apcons, picture, schedules, choice boards and literacy aids. Use pictures on our devices to improve communication, language, and literacy skills. Check out the new "Magnetic Page Turners", "Velcro-Receptive Create-a Book", "Portable Picture Schedules", and "Clear Literacy Page Extenders".
P.O. Box 621
Bradenton, FL 34206
(941) 748-3031, fax (941) 748-2625
Aurora Ministries provides an AudioBible completely free to individuals who cannot read regular print because of visual impairment or physical limitation. Sixty-three languages are available.
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Bay Advanced Technologies Ltd.—422 Marriott
31/7 St. Vincent Ave.
Remuera, Auckland Central City 1005 New Zealand
++64 9 5228872, fax ++64 9 5228887
Bay Advanced Technologies Ltd. is an ultrasonic technology R&D company that has been developing novel spatial sensing methods since 1961. The "K" Sonar is a torch-like device that clipped to a cane and radiates harmless ultrasonic waves to isonify objects in the path of a blind traveler. It enables the blind to locate and recognize objects in their pathways and navigate around them.
480 California Ave.
Palo Alto, CA 94306
(650) 475-5440, fax (650) 475-1066
Bookshare.org is an online community that enables members who have visual impairments, reading or other print-related disabilities to legally share scanned books. Bookshare.org utilizes the provisions of copyright law that permit the reproduction of publications into specialized formats for people with disabilities. Qualified members can download from the collection of over 30,000 books and periodicals for a modest annual subscription fee. For more information visit us at Booth 264.
Beyond Sight, Inc.—305 Marriott
5650 Windermere St.
Littleton, CO 80120
(303) 795-6455, fax (303) 795-6425
Beyond Sight, superstore for the blind and visually impaired, will be demonstrating the latest in technology for the visually impaired: LapTalk/DeskTalk, Trekker Pro, SenseView, and Keychain Screen Readers.
Blink Twice—165/166/167/168 Hilton
41 E. 11th St., 10th Fl.
New York, NY 10003
(877) 254-6511, fax (212) 699-6438
The Tango is the next generation of high-end AAC. It introduces dynamic consumer technology, such as a built-in camera and voice morphing, and couples that with innovative phrase-first language organization developed with the industry’s leading professionals. The result? Communication that’s not only precise and meaningful, but more expressive than ever before.
Blista Brailletec—144 Hilton
Marburg 35041 Germany
0049 (0)6421 802 30, fax 0049 (0)6421 802 14
Blista Brailletec produces and sells everything for writing and printing in Braille for printing houses and end users. Mechanical and electronic Braille writers (Eurotype, Elotype, Tape writer), embossing and printing machines for production of high quality and quantity of Braille books (Puma, Flat-bed presses, Rotary presses).
Brain Activated Technologies—164 Hilton
1350 President St.
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
(937) 767-2674, fax (937) 767-7366
Brainfingers uses facial muscle, eye and brainwaves to provide mouse and keyboard control of PC Desktop and all Windows XP software. Come by and try it.
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CaliforniaTelephone Access Program—428 Marriott
2677 North Main St., Ste. 130
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 881-4233, fax (714) 210-4947
The California Telephone Access Program distributes telecommunications equipment and services to individuals certified as having functional limitations of hearing, vision, mobility, speech and/or interpretation of information.
Canon USA, Inc.—363/364/365 Marriott
One Canon Plaza
Lake Success, NY 11042
(516) 328-2699, fax (516) 328-4829
Professional success in today's workplace requires access to technology that is easily approachable. That's why Canon has developed new solutions that make our products easier to use, regardless of ability. The NEW Voice Guidance Kit for the Canon imageRUNNER series of multifunction devices is the latest of these solutions.
CATEA/Georgia Tech—354 Marriott
490 Tenth St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 894-4960, fax (404) 894-9320
The Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA), a research center at Georgia Tech, promotes participation of people with disabilities through research, development, technical assistance, training, and dissemination activities. CATEA's projects are focused on workplace accommodations, disability-related policy, distance education, accessible IT, and wheeled mobility and seating.
CJT Enterprises—145 Hilton
P.O. Box 10028
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
(714) 751-6295, fax (714) 751-5775
We’ve created a modular mounting system allowing AT devices to be optimally positioned to help accommodate the unique needs of every person using assistive technology.
2222 Park Pl., Ste. 1C
Minden, NV 89423
(775) 782-5611, fax (775) 783-0966
Clarity is a leader in video magnification systems. Our innovative designs for portability, flexibility and close/distance viewing have set the trend for today’s video magnifiers.
Compusult Limited—306 Marriott
40 Bannister St.
Mount Pearl, Newfoundland A1N 1W1 Canada
(709) 745-7914, fax (709) 745-7927
Turn access into success with Compusult! We have 14 years of experience providing access solutions for computers and software; broadcast, spoken, audible, and printed information; telephones, office and electronic equipment; and bar code systems. We provide: Workplace adaptation and accommodation products and services; Sales-Talk, a fully accessible Point-of-Sale system for blind vendors; Jouse2, 2-Switch, U-Switch, and other products for computer access; Closed Caption Display systems; Outspoken Communicator for AAC; Solutions for education; and much more!
Computer Application Specialties Company—343 Marriott
P.O. Box 22219
Lincoln, NE 68542
(402) 423-4782, fax (402) 423-5154
The home of Braille2000: an easy to use but comprehensive XML tool for Windows, for both the non-Braille-reading teacher of paraprofessional transcriber, working in English, Spanish, or French.
Computer/Electronic Accommodations (CAP)—411 Marriott
5111 Leesburg Pike, Ste. 810
Falls Church, VA 22041
(703) 681-8813, fax (703) 681-9075
CAP provides FREE assistive technology for Federal employees and wounded service members. CAP services are available to individuals with visual, hearing, dexterity and cognitive disabilities.
Conover Company—526 Hilton
1789 N. Oakwood Rd.
Oshkosh, WI 54904
(920)231-4667, fax (920) 231-4809
The Conover Company develops and markets special education software, print and instructor lead courses for functional social, life, literacy, and work skills; transition assessments; self-determination and social/emotional learning.
Cyrano Communicator—513/514 Hilton
P.O. Box 628
3750 State Rte. 37
Lancaster, OH 43130
(800) 268-6070, fax (800) 504-2260
The Cyrano Communicator uses digital pictures from the built-in camera for personalized speech. For those who can type, Cyrano Shorthand™ provides a text-to-speech engine and vocabulary library.
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Daedalus Technologies, Inc.—136/143 Hilton
2491 Vauxhall Pl.
Richmond BC V6V 125 Canada
(604) 270-4605, fax (604) 244-8443
Making Technology More Accessible for over 20 years. The DAESSY Mounting System for AAC devices & computers and the DAESSY Stem System for switches provide quality, versatile mounting solutions to meet the individual user's needs. DAESSY Wheelchair Accessible Workstations are height adjustable and designed with clearance for wheelchair accessibility.
Dancing Dots—259 Marriott
P.O. Box 927
Valley Forge, PA 19482
(610) 783-6692, fax (610) 783-6732
Dancing Dots: developing and adapting technology to benefit blind musicians and those who educate them since 1992. Scan printed scores, listen to results or convert to Braille music notation. Play your musical ideas into your PC. Convert to print notation, Braille score or audio CD. Braille music courses/educational resources.
DBH Attachments, Inc.—359/360 Marriott
P.O. Box 734/158 Sunrise Dr.
Adamsville, TN 38310
(731) 632-0532, fax (731) 632-4461
We provide an ergonomically designed electric push button adjustable computer work station, accessible for sight impaired or persons with physical limitations or wheel chair bound.
De Witt and Associates—408 Marriott
700 Godwin Ave., Ste. 110
Midland Park, NJ 07432
(201) 447-6500, fax (201) 447-1187
De Witt & Associates is a full service consulting firm that can provide training, assessment, curriculum development, software and technical support for the full range of assistive technology for the blind, visually impaired and print disabled. We also feature PC Talking Typing Tutor: a fully interactive, self-voicing typing tutorial.
Department of Rehabilitation—512 Hilton
2000 Evergreen St.
Sacramento, CA 95815
(916) 274-6325, fax (916) 263-7472
The California Department of Rehabilitation works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living and equality for individuals with disabilities. Department Goals: To fulfill this mission, the following goals have been set. Increase the quality and quantity of employment outcomes, Increase the effectiveness and efficiency of vocational rehabilitation services delivery, improve Department of Rehabilitation infrastructure, improve work environment, increase equality for persons with disabilities through systems change.
Design Science—330 Marriott
140 Pine Ave., 4th Floor
Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 432-2920, fax (562) 432-2857
Visit us at booth #330 to learn how our work, together with federal and local legislation, is making mainstream content that contains math universally accessible.
DocSoft, Inc.—518 Hilton
115 E. California Ave., Ste. 415
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
(405) 236-2466, fax (405) 526-7564
DocSoft's AV Scarch Appliance has the ability to search recorded media by spoken content; index and search Closed Caption, transcript, and Metadata within the file.
3737 Brooklyn Ave. NE, Ste. 12
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 685-3648, fax (206) 221-4171
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, & Technology) is based at the University of Washington in Seattle. DO-IT serves to promote access to education and challenging careers for people with disabilities through the use of empowering technologies, electronic mentoring, and regional alliances. DO-IT maintains an extensive array of web resources (www.washington.edu/doit) and develops training publications and video presentations.
Dolphin Computer Access—317/318 Marriott
60 East Third Ave., Ste. 301
(650) 348-7401, fax (650) 348-7403
Computer Access Software for blind and low vision computer users. Products include screen readers, screen magnifiers and Braille support, as well as daisy authoring software and daisy DTB software players. Dolphin has been leading the world in access software technology since 1988.
Sight-impaired cell phone users can now easily access any function they want with the use of Smart Hal, screenreader for Smartphones. Compatible with Windows Mobile 5 Smartphones, Smart Hal allows users to check their caller ID, read email, receive text messages, and even browse the web on their phone.
Alternative formats are no problem with EasyConverter. Use this software program to create Braille, large print, MP3s, plain text, and DAISY books out of scanned documents, pdfs, word documents, xml files, and more. The easy to follow on-screen process can make anyone comfortable with creating their own Alt formats.
Duxbury Systems—206 Marriott
270 Littleton Rd. Ste. #6
Westford, MA 01913
(978) 692-3000, fax (978) 692-7912
Duxbury Systems, Inc. has developed software for Braille since 1975-used by professionals, transcribers, students, teachers, publishers and novices. DBT Win supports literary and math for many languages, with graphics. MegaDots also support transcription. SALSA is an authoring tool for SAL curriculum.
DynaVox Technologies—117/511 Hilton
2100 Wharton St., Ste. 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(866) 396-2869, fax (412)381-9096
DynaVox Technologies, the world’s leading manufacturer of AAC solutions, will display their full line of products, including the new DynaVox V!
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4210 E. 4th Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98661
(888) 640-1999, fax (360) 695-4133
EnableMart’s mission is to market, promote, and distribute innovative technology-based products and services that promote independence, enhance productivity, and change the lives of individuals with disabilities.
Enabling Devices—159 Hilton
385 Warburton Ave.
Hastings on Hudson, NY 10706
(800) 832-8697, fax (914) 479-1369
Enabling Devices is a company dedicated to developing affordable learning and assistive devices for people with disabling conditions. We sell communicators, adapted toys, switches and other useful devices.
Enabling Technologies—260/261 Marriott
1601 N.E. Braille Pl.
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
(772) 225-3687, fax (772) 225-3299
Enabling Technologies is the world’s leading manufacturer of a complete line of Braille Embossers. Our line includes embossers for home, school, office and commercial use.
Enhanced Vision—236/237 Marriott
5882 Machine Dr.
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
(888) 811-3161, fax (714) 374-1821
Visit our booth and see for yourself why Enhanced Vision is the preferred manufacturer of low vision solutions. We have a solution for every need and budget.
2012 W. College Ave., Ste. 200
Normal, IL 61761
(309) 452-3088, fax (309) 452-3643
Newly designed bar code scanner called I.D. Mate III and prescription reader called ScripTalkII.
EP Global Communications—156 Hilton
416 Main Street
Johnstown, PA 15901
(800) 372-7368, fax (814) 361-3861
EP Global Communications provides information to families, educators and healthcare providers caring for individuals with special needs. For 36 years, the disability community has relied on EP as an invaluable resource. See our annual resource guide in your registration bag and visit us on the web at www. eparent.com.
39 Canal St.
Westerly, RI 02891
(800) 872-3827, fax (401) 596-3979
EVAS creates computer based accessibility solutions for people who are visually, physically, hearing or learning disabled. EVAS Dell desktop and notebook computers are plug & play systems that run right out of the box with all Assistive Technology, application software and peripherals installed and configured. Visit www.evas.com for more information.
Exact Dynamics—203 Marriott
Arnhem NL-6814 CS The Netherlands
+31 316 334 114, fax +31 316 331 327
Exact Dynamics produces the Robotic Manipulator, which may be fixed to a wheelchair in order to gain extended independence for those who are severely handicapped. Due to the independence, the Manipulator may save on professional help several hours a day, which returns the invested money.
Eye Response Technologies—151 Hilton
100 2nd St. NW
Charlottesville, VA 22902
(434) 296-3846, fax (434) 296-3890
Eye Response Technologies' ERICA System provides you with a simple, easy to use method to communicate and to control a computer through eye movement alone. The system works with any Windows or Mac OSX based software, so you can surf the Internet, write e-mails, or play games easily. When configured as a Dedicated Communication Device, it meets all funding requirements for Medicare and most insurance companies.
Eye Tech Digital Systems, Inc.—132 Hilton
1750 E. McLellan Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85203
(480) 704-3158, fax (703) 814-8626
The new Quick Glance 3 showcases the finest in eye tracking technology! Improvements made to both hardware and software allow for an easier set-up, improved tolerance to head movement & various lighting conditions, maintains calibration, and comes integrated in both a portable and desktop solution.
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Flexiciser International—536 Hilton
800 Grand Ave., B-2
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(760) 759-1300, (760) 729-0349
Flexiciser facilitates movement therapy in three modes: active, passive and resistive. Flexiciser is the only technology to offer natural elongated strides for arms and legs simultaneously.
Florida Reading & Vision Technology—414 Marriott
736 N.E. Third Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304
(800) 981-5119, fax (954) 462-4647
Florida Reading & Vision Technology is proud to introduce STRIX. The STRIX offers "flexible portability" in a video magnifier - Reading, Writing and Distance Viewing All-In One Device. Come see why STRIX is the first choice - Truly Portable Video Magnification for Work, Home and School.
Freedom Scientific—250/266/267 Marriott
11800-31st Ct. N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33716
(727) 803-8000, fax (727) 803-8001
Freedom Scientific delivers the latest in technology for the visually impaired -from JAWS®, MAGic® screen magnification, and OpenBook™ scanning and reading software, to seamless Braille displays, the SARA™ scanning and reading appliance, note taker, and the powerful PAC Mate™ accessible Pocket PC with capabilities for GPS solutions, DAISY reading, and much more!
Freedom Scientific Learning Systems Group—262/263 Marriott
480 California Ave., Ste. 201
Palo Alto, CA 94306
(888) 223-3344, fax (650) 475-1067
At Risk Students? High Stakes Testing? Products from Freedom Scientifics' Learning Systems Group are acclaimed for their easy-to-use interface and innovative technology. Defined by educational experts to enhance the learning process, these products provide reading and writing solutions (WYNN) and test-taking preparation (TestTalker) for struggling students.
Freedom Vision—212/213 Marriott
615 Tami Way
Mountain View, CA 94041
(650) 961-6541, fax (650) 968-4740
Freedom Vision presents a full range of portable electronic video magnifiers including the new 4" LCD QuickLook Plus, our award-winning 7" LCD Fusion, and the 12" Liberty Solo, plus our OPTi models of laptop-compatible distance and near magnification cameras. We will also feature the transportable Eclipse 15" LCD desktop video magnifier, and our unique Prisma mini desktop-style magnification camera.
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gh, LLC—342/357 Marriott
1305 Cumberland Ave.
West Lafayette, IN 47906
(765) 775-3776, fax (765) 775-2501
GH provides software for Digital Talking Books, an Accessible Testing System, and also produces Accessible Media such as Braille and Tactile Graphics.
1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy.
Mountain View, CA 94043
(650) 253-0000, fax (650) 253-0001
Google's innovative search technologies connect millions of people around the world with information every day. Google is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.google.com.
GW Micro, Inc.—314/333 Marriott
725 Airport N. Office Park
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
(260) 489-3671, fax (260) 489-2608
GW Micro provides products for people who are blind and visually impaired. Window-Eyes screen reader - Stability and Power for success at school, work and home. Braille Sense - first Braille note taker offering note taking and entertainment in a single package. Small-Talk Ultra--power of a laptop in the palm of you hand. Portable Sense View - powerful magnification unmatched by any other portable CCTV.
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Handy Tech Elektronik GmbH—302 Marriott
Hurd 72160 Germany
+49 745155460, fax +49 74515-54667
Braillino 20 - Super compact Braille note taker 2ith 20 concavely shaped Braille cells. Ergonomic Braille keyboard, Triple-Action-Keys, 4 MB text memory, storage capacity of 512 files. Serial interface, keyboard interface, Wireless Bluetooth for connecting PC's, PDA's and cell phones. Runs 30 hours on batteries. Stop by our booth. We have much more!
HP Accessibility Program—216/217 Marriott
20555 SH 249 MS 120604
Houston, TX 77070
(888) 259-5707, TTY (877) 656-7058
HP is committed to developing products, services and information that are accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities and age-related impairments. Products from HP and our Assistive Technology Partners will be demonstrated.
HIMS Company Ltd.—241/242 Marriott
139-9 Gajung-dong Yuseong-gu
Daejeon 305-350 Korea
+82-42-864-4460, fax +82-42-864-4462
Out of all products that will be exhibited in CSUN 2007, two products will be epoch-making products for the visually handicapped. One is a new type of Braille note taker for the blind. This new type of note taker is the unique Braille note taker which satisfies education, office work, and personal entertainment needs for the blind in a single unit. The other one is the portable electronic magnifier, Sense View P430, for the low vision. Sense View P430 is the world’s best product which enables people with low vision to live a much more independent life. Lightweight, slim design, crystal-clear image and powerful zoom-in are the names of Sense View P430.
9 Trafaigar Square
Nashua, NH 03063
(603) 578-1870, fax (603) 578-1876
HiSoftware provides automated solutions that test, repair, monitor and enforce Web content, quality and regulatory compliance for accessibility, privacy, search engine optimization, site quality and more.
175 Mason Cr.
Concord, CA 94520
(925) 680-7100, fax (925) 681-4630
HumanWare, the world leader in information products for the blind and visually impaired, provides intuitive, intelligent solutions that enable individuals to participate effectively in today's information intensive and highly mobile society. Products include: myReader, the first low vision auto-reader; mPower and PK personal data assistants providing Braille and speech output; Maestro, an accessible PDA; Brailliant Bluetooth Braille displays; GPS orientation solutions; ViewPlus Embossers; Victor Reader family of digital talking book players; SmartView desktop video magnifiers and a portable color PocketViewer.
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InTouch Graphics—309 Marriott
429 Winslow Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55107
(612) 220-6657, fax (none available)
In Touch Graphics, Inc. produces both permanent display and portable tactile maps of college and university campuses, schools and agencies for the blind, etc. Our maps follow a universal design concept, and have simultaneous low vision and tactile features.
Independent Living Aids, Inc.—272/273 Marriott
200 Robbins Ln.
Jericho, NY 11753
(516) 937-1848, fax (516) 937-3906
Independent Living Aids is the oldest privately owned catalog company of its kind. We offer the latest products for low vision & blind. Soundbytes, an affiliate company offers a full line of products for the hard of hearing and deaf community.
Industry Canada—336 Marriott
3701 Carling Ave.
Ottawa ON K2H 852 Canada
(613) 990-4316, fax (613) 998-5923
Providing information on great Canadian assistive technology and services! Answering questions about disability issues and policies and industrial developments in Canada.
Infogrip, Inc.—337/339 Marriott
1794 E. Main St.
Ventura, CA 93001
(805) 652-0770, fax (805) 652-0880
We provide creative computer access solutions for people with all types of disabilities. Alternative keyboards and mice, switches, screen readers, magnifiers and educational software.
Innovation Management Group, Inc.—169 Hilton
21350 Nordhoff St. #112
Chatsworth, CA 91311
(818) 701-1579, fax (818) 701-1581
IMG is the leading provider of programmable, infinitely sizeable, Onscreen Keyboards with Macro Panels, Text to Speech, Network Logon, and Word Prediction. CrossScanner adds switch scanning capabilities to Onscreen. Other products include: SmartClick for Hover and Dwell; Joystick-To-Mouse for Joystick/Game devices; and The Magnifier for screen magnification and cursor tracking.
Interagency Committee on Disability Research—161 Hilton
6858 Old Dominion Drive, Ste. 250
McLean, VA 22101
(703) 448-6155, fax (703) 442-9015
The ICDR facilitates the effective exchange of information on disability and rehabilitation research activities among its 70-plus member agencies. These activities span areas of assistive technology and universal design, medical rehabilitation, data and statistics, employment and community participation. The ICDR assess gaps in existing research and makes recommendations to strengthen the federal research agenda.
IRTI (Innovative Rehabilitation Technology, Inc.)—406 Marriott
13465 Colfax Hwy.
Grass Valley, CA 95945
(530) 274-2090, fax (530) 274-2093
Products f/t Blind, Visually Impaired, those with Dyslexia and Print Challenged. Daisy Player/Recorders, 2/4 Track Tape Players, Accessible Software, Custom Computers and much more.
ISAAC 2008—425 Marriott
1555 Peel Street, Ste. 500
Montreal QC H3A 3L8 Canada
(514) 287-9898, fax (541) 287-1248
2008 will mark the 25th Anniversary of ISAAC, and the Society is planning a full and exciting meeting in Montreal to celebrate this occasion. The Scientific Program will include the new theme of Leadership, in addition to the traditional Research, Clinical/Educational, and Consumer papers. The Leadership stream will be a series of presentations showcasing examples of leadership in AAC.
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Job Accommodation Network—412 Marriott
224 Spruce St.
Morgantown, WV 26505
(304) 293-7186, fax (304) 293-5407
JAN is a free service of the Office of Disability Employment Policy, US Department of Labor. JAN is designed to increase the employability of people with disabilities by: 1) providing individualized worksite accommodations solutions, 2) providing technical assistance regarding the ADA and other disability related legislation, and 3) educating callers about self-employment options.
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KGS America LLC—366 Marriott
1265 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95050
(408) 244-5831, fax (408) 244-1831
KGS, the world's leading manufacturer of Braille cells, will be again showcasing its line of innovative products for the Blind. On display will be the Dot View tactile graphic display devices as well as other products sold by KGS America.
100 Crosby Drive
Bedford, MA 01730
(781) 276-0600, fax (781) 276-0650
www.cambiumlearningtechnologies.comIntellitools and Kurzweil Educational systems have been leading sources of educational technology to help students learn to their fullest potential, serving students who use assistive technology, have reading or learning disabilities, struggle with limited English proficiency or need additional instruction support.
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Laureate Learning Systems—243/244 Marriott
110 East Spring St.
Winooski, VT 05404
(802) 655-4755, fax (802) 655-4757
Laureate is proud to announce LanguageLinks, an all-new, 6-level, evidence-based software series designed to help students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Developmental Disabilities (DD), and Specific Language Impairments (SLI) master syntax and become better communicators. For a FREE CD DEMO, please stop by Booth # 243, call 800-562-6801, or visit www.LaureateLearning.com.
1500 Cherry St., Ste. D
Louisville, CO 80027
(303) 926-4334, fax (303) 926-1787
LevelStar introduces the Icon mobile manager. The Icon is more than your average PDA/notetaker. It's the ultimate all-in-one power tool, with its two-part design, 20 GB hard drive, and its many features. LevelStar's revolutionary new product of 2006. To learn more stop by our booth or visit our website at www.levelstar.com.
CSUN Center on Disabilities
Wayne Fernandes - email@example.com
18111 Nordhoff St.
BH-110, Center on Disabilities
Phone: (818) 677-2578
Fax: (818) 677-4929