Exhibit Hall

Exhibitors have been an important part of our conference since the very beginning. Our vibrant, fully in-person exhibit hall is designed to attract both conference attendees and members of the community:

Exhibit Hall Map

We will have a visual map available for download shortly. There will be sighted guides and braille signage for each table available on site.

Exhibit hall times/incentives for conference attendees

For conference attendees, our programming includes numerous unopposed Exhibit Hall times that encourage interaction and in-depth conversation between attendees and exhibitors. Our attendees are also eligible to win door prizes donated by exhibitors and are incentivized to visit exhibitor tables through the use of fun activities (e.g., bingo cards).

Free exhibit hall passes to members of the community

For members of the community, our conference is offering FREE EXHIBIT HALL PASSES for Monday afternoon, June 3, 1:30-5:00 pm only, when both the exhibit hall and our poster sessions are open to everyone.  

Important! Although there is no charge for the FREE EXHIBIT HALL PASS or the RECEPTION & COMEDY SHOW on Monday, June 3, we encourage everyone who wants to attend to register in advance for their passes.

Guided exhibit hall for university students

For university/college students – our conference is offering a GUIDED EXHIBIT HALL to help students organize their exhibit hall experience, guide them in how to “see what they are looking at,” and to ask the right questions for their professional lens. The guided exhibit hall experience will also take place Monday, June 3, 1:30-5:00 pm. Learn more about our student programming.

Free networking reception and comedy show

Everyone is also invited to attend a reception featuring a performance by comedian and disability activist Nina G. The RECEPTION & COMEDY SHOW will take place in the exhibit hall on Monday, June 3, 5:30– 6:30 pm. There is no charge for this event.

This event is sponsored by the IHD Disability Studies Minor and funded by the Vital Projects Fund. The comedy show will feature the amazing Nina G, a San Francisco-based comedian and disability activist who will also be the closing speaker at this year’s conference, delivering a talk on the subject of dyslexia.

Important! Although there is no charge for the FREE EXHIBIT HALL PASS or the RECEPTION & COMEDY SHOW on Monday, June 3, we encourage everyone who wants to attend to register in advance for their passes.

Sponsors and Exhibitors

The conference organizers would like to thank all of our Sponsors and Exhibitors. They contribute immensely to the learning experiences, networking opportunities and fun environment that our conferences are known for.

This year’s exhibitors are listed below in alphabetical order by sponsorship level, with detailed information about their sponsorship activities at our conference as well as links to their websites.

CATT: Center for Assistive Technology Training
Center for Assistive Technology Training (CATT)Focusing on AT products for individuals with visual impairments or blindness.

CATT is a new assistive technology (AT) collaboration between the Foundation for Blind Children (FBC), American Printing House for the Blind (APH), and Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind (AIDB) focusing on AT products for individuals with visual impairments or blindness.

CATT offers complimentary training services to the community, with an emphasis on a “train the trainer” model. CATT–Southwest is the regional center that covers Arizona and 5 other states.

Website: Center for Assistive Technology Training
Table: TBD

Collaborative Technology Solutions
Collaborative Technology SolutionsProviding consultative assistive technology services for private and state entities

Collaborative Technology Solutions LLC provides assistive technology, independent living, and other disability-related assessment and training services for state vocational rehabilitation agencies, correctional facilities, government agencies and for individuals seeking an independent assessment and/or training.

Website: Collaborative Technology Solutions
Table: TBD

Gold Level Exhibitors

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AZ Freelance Interpreting ServicesProfessional ASL interpreting services Statewide
An Arizona, woman-owned small business providing interpreting services by nationally certified and AZ state licensed Interpreters to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community since 1978.
CJT MountingMounting Solutions Unique to Every Individual
Designs and manufactures mounting systems for wheelchairs, walkers, and standers. Quick release mounts, fixed base mounts, rolling mounts, switch mounts and more!
DMG Children's Rehabilitative ServicesAn Arizona complete health center of excellence
DRM Children’s Rehabilitative Services offers Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Orthopedics, Speech, Audiology, Plastic Surgery, Cardiology, Neurology & Psychology for children 0-21.
PRC-SaltilloPRC-Saltillo is an industry leader offering AAC solutions including speech-generating devices, apps, and language systems.
A worldwide developer of speech-generating devices (SGDs), market-leading apps, and several innovative AAC language systems that enable individuals with complex communication disorders the ability to express themselves.

Silver Level Exhibitors

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101 MobilityExperts in mobility and accessibility solutions
101 Mobility sells and installs premium quality mobility products in Phoenix to make homes or businesses more accessible to all. The company offers free in-home consultations, expert installation, a wide range of product choices, financial options and rentals.
AccessAbility OfficerEmpowering Abilities, Enhancing Accessibility
A partner in digital accessibility audits, skill-based accessibility certifications, and disability employment services for businesses, individuals, and vocational rehabilitation.
Achieve Enterprise ServicesRecognizing the ABILITY within a disability
Achieve Enterprise Services – a social enterprise created under ACHIEVE Human Services, a Yuma-based non-profit organization serving individuals with disabilities.
Advanced Therapy Solutions/ SevitaLoving Children through the Power of Therapy
Advanced Therapy Solutions / Sevita provides speech, physical, and occupational therapy to infants through adolescence. We provide therapy in a variety of settings including in the clinic, in private, public, and charter schools, and in homes for those receiving services from the Department of Developmental Disabilities. We are a leader in Augmentative Communication and provide both evaluations and trainings for AAC devices in Maricopa, Pinal, and Pima counties. Now part of Sevita, a network of service providers united by the belief that every person has the right to live a full, independent life.
Bellman & Symfon, North America, Inc.Improving quality of life for deaf and hard of hearing people.
An international company with 30+ years of dedication to helping deaf and hard-of-hearing people through technology. The company offers a broad product portfolio that includes a world-renowned alerting system, digital listening systems, and custom-made earplugs.
Digital Apex, LLCLeaders in AT implementation and instruction for people with vision loss
Digital Apex provides a full range of assistive technology products and services for people with vision loss. With over 30 years of experience in the assistive technology field, this family-owned, Arizona-based company supports independent living and vocational goals by offering blindness and low-vision products, as well as assessments and work site evaluations.
Independence Low Vision LLCOffering assistive technology devices and personal services to the blind and visually impaired
Proudly offering assistive technology devices and personal services to the blind and visually impaired!
LifeConnect, Inc.Focused on PillDrill, a smart, simple solution to managing medications
LifeConnect/PillDrill provides an easy-to-use medication tracking system that reminds people when bills are due, tracks that you've taken them, and instantly notifies loved ones. PillDrill is designed to give individuals the gift of independence, enabling them to take charge of their own medical routine while giving their families and caregivers the ability to monitor and provide support when necessary.
School Health CorporationSchool Medical Solutions, Special Ed Products & Learning Resources for all students
Distributor of School Medical Solutions, Special Ed. Products, Assistive Technology, and Learning Resources For All Students.
SmartboxAssistive technology that helps people with disabilities to communicate and be independent
Creating hardware and software used all over the world in four main areas: Communication aids, Environment control, Computer control and Interactive Learning.
Tobii DynavoxAssistive technology for communication: apps, speech generating devices and eye trackers
Specializing in assistive technology for communication – Communication apps, speech generating devices and eye trackers for people with disabilities.

Bronze Level Exhibitors

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ADL SolutionsLife-Improving Solutions for the Mobility-Impaired
Experts in residential and commercial accessibility modifications, offering total solutions – including innovative products, installation, and home modifications – resulting in improved accessibility, independence, and safety for both the institutional and home care setting.
Driving To Independence, LLCOffering comprehensive driver evaluation and training programs
Providing individualized services to each client in order to achieve or maintain independence while driving safely in the community
Envision Technologies, B.V.Empowering people who are blind or have low vision to access everyday visual information
Envision enables blind and low-vision people to live more independent lives. With our AI technology, users can shop in supermarkets, use public transport, read restaurant menus, recognize people around them, find their belongings and much more, all independently. Envision technology is available on the Envision App and the Envision Glasses, smartglasses that allow for seamless recognition of anything around you.
iCareManagerBest Long-Term Care EHR, eMAR Software System
iCareManager is an easy-to-use electronic health record (EHR) software solution, created to empower providers of iDD, Assisted Living or Long-Term Care, and Case Management organizations.
Irie-AT, Inc.The leading source of assistive technology for people who are blind or have low vision in the US.
Taking pride in finding the best assistive technology solutions from around the world and combining that with top-notch training and support here in the US!
  • Website: Irie-AT, Inc.
  • Prize: Clover 3 Handheld Video Magnifier ($179 Value) https://irie-at.com/product/clover-3/
LS&S, LLCSpecializing in products for the blind, visually impaired, deaf, and hard of hearing.
Serving the needs of the visually impaired and hard of hearing for nearly 38 years, LS&S is a family-run business that has grown to be one of largest providers in the US of low vision aids, magnifiers, assistive technology, and amplifying products.
  • Website: LS&S, LLC
  • Prize: Moshi Voice Activated Clock
New Tech MobilityUnique Mobility Solutions
A Phoenix, AZ based personal mobility company that provides unique, user-friendly mobility devices to help individuals to NOT give up but, instead … GET OUT!
Orcam, IncEnriching people’s daily experiences with personal assistive handheld and wearable AI devices
With a mission of enriching people's daily experiences, OrCam devices feature innovative AI vision in easy-to-use small devices to improve lives of individuals who are blind, visually impaired, and/or have reading difficulties.
OTOjOY PBCHearing Loop Experts
OTOjOY is the leading expert on hearing loop installations in the United States, providing listening solutions for the 23% of the U.S. adult population who are affected by hearing loss. The company’s loop systems are frequently used in places of worship, government facilities, performing arts/movie theatres, senior living facilities, conference rooms, as well as temporary events.
Pretorian TechnologiesAssistive Technology & Industrial / Commercial Trackballs & Joysticks
Pretorian Technologies focuses on those who need a little extra help to achieve the things that most take for granted and offers a comprehensive range of Assistive Technology and Communication products including the unique SimplyWorks® family of wireless AT and AAC products as well as panel mount, fascia mount, and Desktop trackballs, and fascia mount joysticks suitable for use in all computer applications.
Rehadapt North AmericaMounting solutions that make life simpler
Rehadapt is a global leader in manufacturing of specialized mounting systems in the AAC field. Mounts to fixate tablets and devices onto wheelchairs, beds, tables & more.
ViewPlus Technologies, Inc.High-definition tactile graphics using braille embossing technology
Industry-leading manufacturer of high-definition tactile graphics using braille embossing technology.

Non-profit/State Agency Exhibitors

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Ability360A Center of Independent Living in Phoenix, Arizona
40 years of offering and promoting programs to empower people with all disabilities to take personal responsibility so that they may achieve or continue independent lifestyles within the community.
ACCELA private, nonprofit service for children and adults with developmental disabilities
A private, nonprofit organization serving children and adults with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, behavior disorders and intellectual disabilities.
Arizona Associate of People Supporting Employment First (AZAPSE)Employment First, Employment for All!
The Arizona Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE) is a national membership organization focused exclusively on Employment First to facilitate the full inclusion of people with disabilities, including significant disabilities, in the workplace and community.
Arizona Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE)Expanding inclusive employment opportunities for all people with disabilities
Arizona APSE is part of a national membership organization focused exclusively on Employment First to facilitate the full inclusion of people with disabilities, including significant disabilities, in the workplace and community.
Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Inc.Providing Comprehensive Services to the Visually Impaired Community
An agency providing services so that individuals with vision loss can achieve their full potential.
Arizona Department of Economic Security - Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD)Arizona’s service system with a mission to empower individuals with developmental disabilities
Serving more than 40,000 people with developmental disabilities and their families throughout Arizona each year, DDD provides supports and services that help enable individuals with opportunities to exercise their rights and responsibilities of independent decision-making and engagement in the community.
Arizona Department of Education Assistive Technology & AT Loan LibraryAn assistive technology resource for Arizona schools
Assistive Technology resource for public schools in Arizona, including consultations, trainings, technical assistance, and equipment loans.
Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (ADDPC)Focused on advocacy, inclusion and improving access and services for persons with developmental disabilities
Developing and supporting capacity building and systemic change to increase inclusion and involvement of people with developmental disabilities in their communities through the promotion of self-determination, independence and dignity in all aspects of life.
Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP)Arizona’s statewide interagency system of services and supports for families of infants and toddlers (0-2) with disabilities or delays.
A service of the Arizona Department of Economic Security focused on providing team-based early intervention services designed to build upon and provide supports/resources to assist family members and caregivers to enhance children’s learning and development.
Arizona Rehabilitation Services AdministrationRecognizing Abilities, Creating Opportunities
Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) helps individuals with disabilities achieve their goals for employment and independence. RSA has been a co-sponsor of this conference for the past 25 years!
Arizona Talking Book LibraryLending library for audio and Braille books and magazines
Part of the Arizona Public Library System, Talking Book Library loans audio and Braille books and magazines to people having difficulty reading standard print due to visual impairment or physical disability.
Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP)Arizona’s Assistive Technology Act program
Supporting Independence with Assistive Technology!
Autism Society of Greater PhoenixCreating connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community
Autism Society of Greater Phoenix – the oldest Autism organization in Arizona with a mission to serve the local Autism community through advocacy, community programming, and creating a more inclusive world. The organization is run by families for families!
Brooke’s Butterfly Touch: Creative Storytelling ServicesCreative storytelling services
A Nonprofit Creative Storytelling Services teaching creative storytelling skills as a way to inspire hope and healing from hardships and eliminate societal prejudices or misconceptions of those with disabilities or who face profound adversity.
Disability Rights ArizonaPublic interest law firm protecting the rights of individuals with disabilities
A not-for-profit public interest law firm, dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals with physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory and cognitive disabilities. (Note: The organization previously operated as the Arizona Center for Disability Law or ACDL)
Institute for Human Development (IHD) at Northern Arizona UniversityImproving access, attitudes and inclusion for over 50 years
Promoting full inclusion by advancing attitudes that value persons with disabilities and enhancing access to all aspects of the human experience.
QC OfficeSupplies for your business = Jobs for workers with disabilities!
QC Office is a brand of Quality Connections, a nonprofit organization based in Flagstaff, Arizona devoted to helping individuals with disabilities become independent, productive members of our community by providing them with employment opportunities, job training, and practical life learning programs. QC Office is focused on providing office supplies to businesses while employing workers with disabilities.
  • Website: QC Office
  • Prize: Standing Desk Converter
Raising Special KidsHelp and Hope for Families
Focused on improving the lives of children (0-26 years) with the full range of disabilities by providing support services so families can become effective advocates for their children
Raising the FloorCommitted to the advancement of social equity through digital inclusion.
Raising the Floor is an international organization that brings a global community of developers, designers, researchers, advocates, companies, universities, and organizations to proactively ensure that emerging technology and practices are designed inclusively.
Saavi Services for the BlindProviding skills training in nonvisual techniques
Saavi Services for the Blind is a blindness rehabilitation training center providing skills training in nonvisual techniques to people of all ages.
Sonoran Center for Excellence in Disabilities, University of ArizonaExpanding possibilities and enhancing independence through education, research, and service.
Working to ensure individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have the supports they need to fully participate in the vibrant life of our community by focusing on capacity building, infrastructure development, and fostering leadership.
Sun Sounds of ArizonaProviding audio access to print information
Providing audio access to print information to people who cannot read or hold print material due to a disability.

Prizes and Giveaways

Door prize drawings have been a fun element that has become a tradition at all our IHD Evidence for Success conferences! Many of our exhibitors are generously providing prizes that will be included in drawings that will be held during general sessions throughout our conference. Only paid conference attendees are eligible for prizes, and you must be present to win. In addition, conference attendees are eligible to participate in the grand prize drawing by visiting the majority of exhibitor tables and completing the “bingo card” that was handed out as part of conference check-in.

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