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					Exhibit Hall Guide

ATIA 2010 Orlando
January 28 – 30
Caribe Royale Orlando All-Suite Hotel and Convention Center
Orlando, Florida
www.atia.org


Due to DVD reproduction timelines, this document is an earlier version than the printed ATIA 2010
Orlando Exhibit Hall Guide available at Registration. Information is accurate as of December 27,
2009. Please see an ATIA staff member to answer any questions

WELCOME

LIFE-CHANGING TECHNOLOGY THAT INSPIRES

We’re glad you’re able to join us. Today you can experience the wonder and power of assistive
technology. The people who design and distribute this life-changing technology, our exhibitors, are
eager to discuss what AT can do for you!

This guide is a complementary piece to the Education Program and Education Session Grid
distributed at registration to all one-day and full conference attendees.

The Exhibit Hall Guide helps you easily locate exhibitors and prepare a plan of attack to maximize
your visit to one of the most comprehensive AT-related product/service exhibitions within North
America. Listed alphabetically and by market segment, your guide will help you identify the exhibitors
most relevant to your needs.

STEP 1: FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH EXHIBITORS
Play the Passport to Prizes game and visit any of the participating exhibitor booths for details. Game
cards are available in each registration bag or additional cards can be picked up at registration
located in the Sierra Foyer. Pressed for time? Review the alphabetical exhibitor listing, note booth
numbers and locate these booths on the Exhibit Hall map. A large map diagram is displayed at the
entrance way of the Exhibit Hall.

STEP 2: NEED MORE DETAILED EXHIBITOR INFORMATION?
Expand your search for exhibitors that just might offer ―the missing link‖ to improve the quality of your
own or someone else’s life. Search the Market Segment Listing to identify exhibitors offering products
in your greatest areas of interest, and then further narrow your search by reading their exhibitor
profiles.

STEP 3: LEARN ALL YOU CAN
Come hear about the latest technology from Microsoft and their AT partners in the AT Education
Theater – presented by Microsoft in the Caribbean III Ballroom.

Refer to the onsite daily for the latest exhibitor changes or Exhibit Hall updates. Regrettably, late
changes made to the printed exhibitor guide distributed onsite are not included within accessible
conference materials based on the deadline dates for accessible material production.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Alliance Partners ................................................................................................... 2
Exhibit Hall Hours ................................................................................................ 7
General Information ............................................................................................. 7
Exhibitor List ........................................................................................................ 9
Exhibitor/Profiles .................................................................................................. 9
Market Segment Exhibitor Listing ...................................................................... 46

ABOUT ATIA
The Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) is a not-for profit membership organization
consisting of manufacturers and suppliers of technology-based assistive devices and/or services.
ATIA is proud to celebrate 11 years of serving the assistive technology industry with two great events:
this event and ATIA 2010 Chicago, October 27–30, 2010, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and
Convention Center, in Schaumburg (Chicago), Illinois.

ATIA members comprise more than 125 respected industry organizations, including for-profit, non-
profit, government and private organizations located across the globe. For more information on ATIA
or its members, please visit www.atia.org.

ATIA ALLIANCE PARTNERS

Alliance Partners support ATIA’s mission and conference goals of providing networking opportunities
and
up-to-date information on the latest assistive technology products, practices, policies and research.
ATIA
is proud to partner with the following leading organizations.

Access Technology Higher Education Network (ATHEN) (Logo)
ATHEN exists to collect and disseminate best practices in access technology within and for the
postsecondary
education environment as well as present a collective voice for the professional practice of
access technology in higher education. For more information, visit www.athenpro.org.


The Alliance for Technology Access (Logo)
The Alliance for Technology Access is a national nonprofit organization that seeks to redefine human
potential by making technology a regular part of the lives of people with disabilities. The ATA provides
access to technologies, related services, information, and training enabling people to achieve
success and
independence. For more information, visit www.ataccess.org.

American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) (Logo)
AFB is a national non-profit organization that focuses on expanding the possibilities of people with
vision
loss by increasing access to technology, providing professionals with tools to serve people with vision
loss
and promoting healthy and independent living. The AFB’s Web site, www.afb.org, is accessible and
easy to
use.

American Speech-Language Hearing Association (Logo)
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Division on Augmentative and
Alternative
Communication is dedicated to improving the quality and availability of augmentative and alternative
communication services. The Division promotes clinically relevant research, educates and mentors
professionals, and identifies and addresses the needs of service providers in the professions of
speech language
pathology and audiology. ASHA is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for
135,000 member audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing
scientists.

Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP) (Logo)
The Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP) is a national, member-based
organization,
comprised of state Assistive Technology Act Programs. Established in 1997, ATAP provides support
and
technical assistance to its members to enhance the quality and effectiveness of AT Programs at the
state
and local level, and facilitates the coordination of state AT Programs nationally. ATAP represents the
needs
and interests of the state AT Programs and is the national voice advocating on their behalf. ATAP
collaborates with other nationally-based disability, service provider and advocacy groups to develop
successful strategies for getting AT to people who need it. For more information, visit
www.ataporg.org.


Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) (Logo)
The Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) is a professional membership
organization for
individuals involved in the development of policy and in the provision of quality services to meet the
needs
of persons with disabilities in all areas of higher education. AHEAD is actively involved in all facets of
promoting full and equal participation by individuals with disabilities in higher education, education;
and
supporting the systems, institutions, professions and professionals who attend to the fulfillment of this
important mission, visit www.ahead.org.

Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) (Logo)
Founded in 1984 as the Center for Applied Special Technology, CAST is a non-profit education
research
and development organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals, including
those
with disabilities, through Universal Design for Learning. For more information, visit www.cast.org.

The Chicago Lighthouse (Logo)
The Chicago Lighthouse is one of America’s most comprehensive social service agencies assisting
people who are blind or visually impaired in leading richer, more independent lives. Among its
numerous programs are an assistive technology program with state of the art equipment and a
national help desk to service the computer problems of people who are blind; the USA’s oldest and
most prominent low vision clinic; and one of the country’s few remaining clock manufacturing
facilities, which provides jobs for people who are blind or visually impaired. The Lighthouse’s Web
site, www.thechicagolighthouse.org, is accessible for visually impaired and general audiences alike.
DAISY Consortium (Logo)
The DAISY Standard (officially ANSI/NISO z39.86 Specifications for the Digital Talking Book) has
revolutionized the reading experience for people with print disabilities around the globe. DAISY, the
Digital
Accessible Information System, is the world’s most widely used assistive technology for reading. The
DAISY
Consortium consists of nearly 70 non-profit organizations representing 35 different countries and
more than
20 for-profit companies, working together to develop and promote international standards and
technologies
that enables equal access to information and knowledge by all people with print disabilities and the
wider
community. More information about the DAISY Consortium and the DAISY Standard is available at
www.daisy.org.

Easter Seals (Logo)
Easter Seals provides exceptional services to ensure that people living with autism and other
disabilities have
equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Through the provision of assistive technology service
and
support, Easter Seals works towards fulfilling this mission. For more information, visit
www.easterseals.com.

Employment Resources, Inc. (Logo)
Employment Resources, Inc. (ERI) provides employment and benefits counseling, assistive
technology and
community outreach services to people with disabilities who are considering or pursuing employment.
ERI
also offers statewide consultation, training and technical assistance to employers, human service
professionals, disability advocates, government agencies and the public regarding disability and
employment issues. Using creativity, new technology and practical experience, ERI has provided
individualized assistive technology consultation and training services to hundreds of individuals with
disabilities. For people with disabilities looking for access to and information about computer and
software
technologies, ERI provides practical and creative solutions. For more information, visit www.eri-
wi.org.

Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources (FDLRS) (Logo)
FDLRS provides assistive and instructional technology, Universal Design for Learning and accessible
instructional/assessment media support services to exceptional student education programs and
families of students with exceptionalities throughout the state of Florida. For more information, visit
www.fdlrs.com or www.fdlrstech.com.
Infinitec (Logo)
Infinitec, short for ―Infinite Potential Through Technology, is a unique assistive technology project
spearheaded by United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago. Infinitec aims to improve access to
technology that advances the
independence of children and adults with learning differences. Infinitec accomplishes its mission
through a rich and diverse set of partnerships and programs, all focused on providing information,
training, access to equipment, expertise and research to both educators and the vendor community.
For more information, visit www.infinitec.org.

Iowa Braille School (Logo)
With assistive technology, such as screen readers for the PC and braille note takers, students can
become more
independent in many areas. The Iowa Braille School is able to provide consultative services on the
selection and
use of adaptive technology for educating early childhood and school-age students who are blind or
visually
impaired in Iowa. The school’s Assistive Technology Consultant serves as liaison among local
education
agencies, area education agencies, and the Statewide System for Vision Services/Iowa Braille School
(IBS).
Instruction and consultative services for Teachers of the Visually Impaired is a focus of the IBS
program. Through the Assistive Device Center, technology specific to the needs of students who are
blind or visually impaired is loaned on a short-term basis for assessment and other purposes. Taking
advantage of assistive technology opportunities through IBS as an Iowa state-wide system can help
students to attain their highest potentials in this vital area. For more information, visit www.iowa-
braille.k12.ia.us/.

The National Assistive Technology Technical Assistance Partnership (NATTAP) (Logo)
The National Assistive Technology Technical Assistance Partnership provides technical assistance to
programs funded under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended. These programs include
56
statewide Assistive Technology Programs (AT Programs), 33 Alternative Financing Programs (AFPs)
and 57
Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology (PAAT) Programs. For specific information about
the
statewide AT Programs, go to www.resna.org/taproject, or visit www.resna.org/AFTAP for more
information
about the AFPs. To learn more about the PAATs, visit their Web site at www.nls.org/paatstat.htm.

The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) (Logo)
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf, a college of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT),
was
created by Congress in 1965 to offer post-secondary technical education to students with hearing
loss.
Today, more than 1,350 deaf, hard-of-hearing and interpreting students study, live and socialize on
the RIT
campus with more than 14,000 hearing students, making NTID truly a college like no other. More than
12
sign language interpreters also work at RIT; and 90,000 hours of note taking, captioning and tutoring
each
year make it one of the most accessible colleges for students with hearing loss anywhere. NTID’s
Center on
Access Technology investigates, evaluates and reports on the most effective and efficient use of
access
technologies and trains individuals in their use to benefit students with hearing loss in college. It is the
first
and only organization in the world dedicated to advancing access technologies for deaf and hard-of-
hearing
students. Visit www.ntid.rit.edu.

The Pass It On Center (PIOC) (Logo)
The Pass It On Center, the premier National Assistive Technology Device Reutilization and
Coordination
Technical Assistance Center, focuses on expanding the option of people with disabilities by
increasing
access to appropriate, reutilized assistive technology in a manner that supports the interests of users,
manufacturers, and suppliers. The Pass It On Center is funded under a grant from the Rehabilitation
Services Administration and is administered by Tools for Life, the Georgia Assistive Technology
Program of
the Georgia Department of Labor. Visit www.Passitoncenter.org for more information.

RESNA (Logo)
The Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) is a
multidisciplinary organization that promotes research and development, education, advocacy and the
provision of assistive technology to support people with a common interest in technology and
disability.
RESNA (www.resna.org ) has over 17 Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and 6 Professional Specialty
Groups
(PSGs) focused on various topical areas and professions related to AT. www.resna.org

State Leaders in Assistive Technology in Education (SLATE) (Logo)
State Leaders in Assistive Technology in Education exists to develop, support and maintain
collaborative
work among assistive technology leaders designated by state departments of education in a way that
increases awareness, understanding and use of assistive technology and Universal Design for
Learning as
a tool for educational participation and achievement. SLATE seeks to promote alignment and
common
understanding, ensures accountability for services, and explores issues of importance through
Committees
of Common Interest. Find out more at their Web site: www.slatenetwork.org.

The Technology and Media Division (TAM) of the Council for Exception Children (Logo)
The Technology and Media Division is an official division of the Council for Exceptional Children
(CEC). The
purpose of TAM is to support educational participation and improved results for individuals with
disabilities and diverse learning needs through the selection, acquisition, and use of technology.
Please visit www.tamcec.org for more information.
CARIBE ROYALE HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER (MAP)

Grand Sierra Ballroom = Exhibit Hall

Caribbean Ballroom III = Internet Pavilion, AT Education Theater – presented by Microsoft

Sierra Foyer = ATIA Registration

Caribbean Foyer = Accessible Materials & Services kiosk

EXHIBIT HALL FLOOR PLAN

Grand Sierra Ballroom (MAP)

Exhibit Hall Hours

Thursday, January 28, 2010
Hall Open: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Concessions Open / Lunch Available in Tented Pavilion: noon – 2:00 p.m.

Hall Closed / Exhibitor Break:
12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hall Open: 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Friday, January 29, 2010
Hall Open: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Concessions Open / Lunch Available in Tented Pavilion: 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Hall Closed / Exhibitor Break:
12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Hall Open: 3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, January 30, 2010
Hall Open: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

The Exhibit Hall will be open to the public at no cost during all published hours.

GENERAL INFORMATION


Registration Hours
Tuesday, January 26: 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, January 27: 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, January 28: 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday, January 29: 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 30: 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.


Passport to Prizes
A Passport to Prizes game card will be available in your registration bag. There should be one card
filled
out per attendee. If needed additional cards can be found at registration. Make certain to visit each
participating company and have your game card stamped during Exhibit Hall hours all day Thursday
and on Friday until 5:30 p.m. After all of the participating exhibitors have stamped your game card,
drop it off in the raffle drum located in Caribbean III near the AT Education Theater—presented by
Microsoft. All completed entries are eligible for a prize drawing. The winners will be drawn randomly
from all submissions and names of winners will be posted in the exhibit hall and at registration at
9:00am on Saturday, January 30. Winners should pick up their prize at the booth of the participating
company.

Exhibitors participating in the Passport to Prizes Program (as of December 1, 2009) include:

Adobe Systems Incorporated
Cognitopia Software
Don Johnston Incorporated
EnableMart
FRS Custom Solutions
LAB Resources
InTouch Graphics

Accessible Materials & Services
The Accessible Materials & Services kiosk will be located in the Caribbean Foyer. The kiosk will
provide pre-ordered braille and large print versions of the Conference Program, as well as tactile
maps of the Exhibit Hall and Convention Center. Regrettably, we are unable to provide additional
printed copies on demand. Please check out the conference DVD with Talking Books versions of the
Exhibit Hall Guide. Copies of the braille menus for hotel dining options are available for reference.
Requests for sighted guides or sign
interpreters may also be made here. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Internet Pavilion
The Internet Pavilion will be located in the Caribbean Ballroom and open for access during published
Exhibit Hall show hours. The pavilion will feature computers with full Internet access for those
attendees who need to check e-mail or access the Internet.


Conference Way-Finding Directions by InTouch Graphics

(Logo) ClickAndGo WAYFINDING MAPS from INTOUCH GRAPHICS

ClickAndGo Wayfinding Maps partnered with ATIA to provide attendees with fully accessible narrative
route
maps of the conference venue.

Landmark-to-landmark route information covers important indoor and outdoor routes along with
detailed narrative descriptions of important points of interest at the conference.

ClickAndGo Wayfinding Maps, by InTouch Graphics, is a narrative mapping service offering blind and
deafblind travelers the equivalent to Yahoo or Google directions.

Drop by the Exhibit Hall Internet Pavilion to access ClickAndGo Wayfinding Maps at:
www.clickandgomaps.com/atia
Food and Beverage

If you purchased a lunch ticket for Wednesday, Thursday or Friday you will receive a voucher for the
day(s) purchased when you check in at registration. These vouchers will be good for use at the
concession stands (available in the tented pavilion throughout the conference). Vouchers purchased
in advance will be valued at $12 each.

If you did not purchase vouchers in advance, the concessions will be open for cash sales and lunch
will be available for $12, with your choice of salads, sandwiches or pasta. The hotel will also have
continental breakfast items available at the concession stands for purchase.
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AT EDUCATION THEATER Presented by Microsoft

Come and hear about the latest technology from Microsoft and their many AT Partners in the AT
Education Theater–presented by Microsoft. The theater provides 20 minute educational sessions on
specially selected technology topics followed by a 10-minute Q&A period. All sessions will take place
in the AT Education Theater in the Caribbean III Ballroom.


Locate the AT Education Theater session schedule and room location information at
www.atia.org/orlando2010sessions.

ATIA 2010 ORLANDO EXHIBITORS

Those exhibitors listed below with an asterisk are ATIA member companies.
Information accurate as of December 1, 2009

Exhibitor Booth

AAC-RERC (RERC on Communication Enhancement) ................................. 1109
AAC TechConnect, Inc.* ................................................................................... 502
ABISee Inc.* ..................................................................................................... 213
ABLEData ...................................................................................................... 1006
AbleLink Technologies, Inc.* ............................................................................ 321
AbleNet* ........................................................................................................ 501/1
Accelerations Educational Software* ............................................................... 822
Adamlab, LLC* ................................................................................................. 309
Adaptivation, Inc* ............................................................................................. 412
Adaptive Computer Control Technologies Inc.* ............................................... 219
Adaptive Solutions/Learning Magic* ................................................................. 719
Adaptive Switch Laboratories* ......................................................................... 706
Adobe Systems Incorporated ......................................................................... 1104
Ai Squared* ...................................................................................................... 312
AMDi* ............................................................................................................... 718
American Foundation for the Blind* ………………………………………………….1020
American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.* ................................................... 1012
American Thermoform Corporation ................................................................... 215
Applied Human Factors, Inc.* .......................................................................... 707
AT KidSystems, Inc........................................................................................... 722
ATNAD, Inc.* .................................................................................................. 1002
Atomic Learning* .............................................................................................. 208
ATS, LLC* ......................................................................................................... 308
Attainment Company* ...................................................................................... 419
Augmentative Resources, Inc.* ....................................................................... 1008
Aumed Group Corporation ............................................................................... 408
Baum Retec AG* .............................................................................................. 207
Benetech.org/BookShare.org ………………………………………………………….1019
BlueSky Designs* .......................................................................................... 1113
BrowseAloud* ................................................................................................... 218
CaDan Computers dba Technology for Education* ......................................... 919
Cambium Learning Technologies* .................................................................... 513
Clarity ............................................................................................................... 504
Clarity (Assistive Technology for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing) .................... 1022
Claro Software Ltd* ........................................................................................... 422
Code Factory* .................................................................................................. 607
Cognitopia Software* ....................................................................................... 322
Compusult Limited ........................................................................................... 609
Conover Company, The* ...................................................................................... 6
Crick Software, Inc.* ........................................................................................ 407
Daedalus Technologies, Inc.* .......................................................................... 313
Dancing Dots Braille Music Technology* ....................................................... 1106
DoD Computer/Electronics Accommodations Program (CAP) .......................... 420
Dolphin Computer Access* .............................................................................. 319
Don Johnston Incorporated* .......................................................................... 1013
Duxbury Systems, Inc.* .................................................................................. 1009
DynaVox Mayer-Johnson* ............................................................................... 801
EnableMart ....................................................................................................... 522
Enabling Technologies* ................................................................................. 1005
Enhanced Vision*.............................................................................................. 418
Eschenbach Optik of America* ........................................................................ 920
EVAS* .............................................................................................................. 200
Exceptional Parent* ....................................................................................... 1107
Eye Response Technologies, Inc.* ................................................................ 1100
EyeTech Digital Systems ................................................................................. 101
FDLRS Technology* ...................................................................................... 1103
Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc .................................................................... 209
Freedom Scientific* ................................................................................... 700/701
FRS Custom Solutions* ................................................................................... 921
gh, LLC* ........................................................................................................... 606
Ginger Software, Inc.* ...................................................................................... 500
Great Talking Box Company, The* .................................................................. 918
Guerilla Technologies Inc.* ............................................................................ 1102
GW Micro, Inc.* ................................................................................................ 413
Handy Tech North America* ............................................................................ 405
HumanWare* ................................................................................................... 519
Inclusive TLC Special Needs* .......................................................................... 619
Independent Living Aids, LLC ........................................................................ 1118
Infogrip, Inc.* .................................................................................................... 819
Intel Corporation* ……………………………………………………………………….. 3
Interpretype, LLC* ............................................................................................ 423
InTouch Graphics* ........................................................................................... 109
Issist Assistive Technologies* .............................................................................. 7
Jabbla* ............................................................................................................. 212
Judy Lynn Software, Inc.* ................................................................................ 818
KNFB Reading Technology* ............................................................................ 103
LAB Resources* ............................................................................................. 1018
Laureate Learning Systems, Inc.* .................................................................... 509
LC Technologies* ............................................................................................. 604
LevelStar* ........................................................................................................ 518
LVI Low Vision International* ........................................................................... 704
MacSpeech* ..................................................................................................... 903
Madentec Limited* ........................................................................................... 806
Magnifying America* ........................................................................................ 403
MagniSight ..................................................................................................... 1000
Marblesoft - Simtech* ..................................................................................... 1001
Mimio ............................................................................................................... 113
Monarch Teaching Technology* ...................................................................... 820
News-2-You* .................................................................................................... 601
Nokia .............................................................................................................. 1023
Optelec US, Inc.* ............................................................................................. 713
Origin Instruments Corporation* ....................................................................... 907
Pass It On Center* ........................................................................................... 107
Point-and-Read, Inc. ........................................................................................ 821
PointScribe ....................................................................................................... 905
Possum Ltd.* …………………………………………………………………………...723
Prentke Romich Company* .............................................................................. 813
ProxTalker.com LLC* ..................................................................................... 1108
Quillsoft Ltd.* .................................................................................................... 505
Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic (RFB&D) ................................................... 203
RESNA/NATTAP .............................................................................................. 115
Rethink Autism* ............................................................................................. 1115
SAJE Technology* ........................................................................................... 823
Saltillo Corporation* ......................................................................................... 913
sComm* ........................................................................................................... 221
Sendero Group* ……………………………………………………………………….. 607
Sensory Software International Ltd. ................................................................. 306
Serotek Corporation ......................................................................................... 520
Slater Software, Inc.* ....................................................................................... 401
SoftTouch Inc.* ................................................................................................ 623
Switch In Time* .............................................................................................. 1003
Texthelp Systems, Inc.* ................................................................................... 300
Tobii ATI* ......................................................................................................... 301
Traxsys Input Products* ................................................................................... 721
Turning Point Therapy & Technology, Inc.* ...................................................... 201
ViewPlus Technologies* .................................................................................. 613
Vision Technology, Inc.* ................................................................................... 901
VisionCue* ....................................................................................................... 709
Words+, Inc.* ................................................................................................... 318
Writer Learning Systems, The/Advanced Keyboard Technologies ................... 204

EXHIBITOR PROFILES – 2010 ORLANDO
(Information submitted as of December 15, 2009)

Stop by the following exhibitor booths to check out these NEW products at ATIA 2010 Orlando!
Texthelp Systems Inc.
Product Name: Fluency Tutor
Booth #300

Intel Digital Health Group
Product Name: The Intel® Reader
Booth #4

AAC RERC (RERC on Communication Enhancement)
Booth # 1109
227 Cedar Building
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16807
www.aac-rerc.com

AAC TechConnect
ATIA Member
Booth # 502
P.O. Box 1944
Evergreen, CO 80437
Phone: 303-674-8553
Fax: 303-670-4795
E-mail: info@aacTechConnect.com
www.aactechconnect.com
Simplifying augmentative communication evaluations with workshops, toolkits, online clinical tools,
and the only Web site which centralizes information on most AAC devices, including device pictures &
flyers. Go to www.aacTechConnect.com for device feature matching, and go to our workshops to
simplify your evaluations with the ACES Toolkit and Checklist approach.

ABISEE, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 213
47 Powderhill Rd.
Acton, MA 01720
Phone: 978-461-0007
Fax: 253-595-3623
E-mail: leon@abisee.com
www.abisee.com
ABISee develops and manufactures innovative portable reading devices for the Blind and Low Vision
at an affordable price. Whatever your needs are - browsing through your mail and reading
newspapers, or working on a 500 page book and writing a report.


AbleDATA
ATIA Member
Booth # 1006
8630 Fenton St
Suite 930
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone: (301) 608-8998 voice or
(301) 608-8912 TTY
Toll Free: (800) 227-0216
Fax: (301) 608-8958
E-mail: abledata@macrointernational.com
www.abledata.com
ABLEDATA provides information on assistive technology (AT) and rehabilitation equipment from U.S.
and international sources for people with disabilities. The exhibit includes demonstrations of the
features of the
ABLEDATA Web site such as searching and saving personalized information, and MyABLEDATA for
AT companies enabling direct submission of product information.


AbleLink Technologies, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 321
510 Holly St.
Denver, CO 80220
Phone: 303-903-3677
Fax: 719-592-0348
E-mail: info@ablelinktech.com
www.ablelinktech.com
AbleLink Technologies specializes in taking everyday technologies— computers, the Internet/e-mail,
PDAs and cell phones— and streamlines the essential functions, making them simpler to use. We
take the same design
principles and apply them to areas of need for people with cognitive disabilities and others struggling
with memory, sequencing and confusion issues.


AbleNet
ATIA Member
Booth # 501 & 1
2808 Fairview Avenue North
Roseville, MN 55113
Phone: 651-294-2200
Fax: 651-294-2259
E-mail: mwalch@ablenetinc.com
www.ablenetinc.com
AbleNet has designed practical products and creative solutions for individuals with disabilities for 25
years. We offer a complete line of assistive technology products, including communication aids,
switches, environmental
control, computer access, software and data management solutions. AbleNet also offers research-
based special education curricula that meet state and federal mandates.


Accelerations Educational Software
ATIA Member
Booth # 822
1334 Sumter Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Phone: 803-233-0541
Fax: 803-233-0569
E-mail: sales@dttrainer.com
www.dttrainer.com
Effective, robust, and affordable educational software for autism or other learning challenges: The DT
Trainer is a virtual teaching assistant that allows even very low functioning students to learn
independently but it is configurable for a wide range of students. The Activity Trainer makes video
modeling practical in teaching skills.


Adamlab, LLC
ATIA Member
Booth # 309
55 East Long Lake Rd
Suite 337
Troy, MI 48085
Phone: (248) 362-9603
Fax: (248) 362-9606
E-mail: customerservice@adamlab.com
www.adamlab.com
Visit Adamlab to see the Superhawk family of communication devices. Their AAC line consists of the
Hawk, Blackhawk, Listen to Me and Lighthawk, too. Their high quality, low cost, American made
products continue to be used here and overseas. See what the world is talking about since 1984.


Adaptivation, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 412
2225 W. 50th St., Suite 100
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
Phone: 605-335-4445
Fax: 605-335-4446
E-mail: info@adaptivation.com
www.adaptivation.com
Adaptivation manufactures switches, communication aids and environmental controls. Stop by our
booth to see new products and application ideas!


Adaptive Computer Control Technologies Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 219
247-2628 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 4B4
Canada
Phone: 604-731-8860
Fax: 866-801-5302
E-mail: info@acctinc.ca
www.acctinc.ca
ACCT is Adaptive Computer Control Technologies Inc. ACCT offers a range of computer products
and peripherals designed to assist individuals with physical limitations, thereby increasing their
productivity and
efficiency.
Adaptive Solutions/Learning Magic
ATIA Member
Booth # 719
2127 Court St
Port Allen, LA 70767
Phone: (225) 387-0428
Fax: (225) 387-6092
E-mail: sherry@adaptive-sol.com
www.adaptive-sol.com
Adaptive Solutions is the developer and distributor of Assistive Technology Tracker Plus (ATT+) and
Equipment Tracker (ET) software. ATT+ and ET are comprehensive databases that help you track
the services provided. You can place one order for your AT needs. We are a one-stop-shop
company.


Adaptive Switch Laboratories, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 706
PO Box 636
Spicewood, TX 78669
Phone: (830) 798-0005
Toll Free: (800) 626-8698
Fax: (830) 798-6221
E-mail: info@asl-inc.com
www.asl-inc.com
ASL is dedicated to designing and adapting devices that allow individuals with severe disabilities to
achieve independent movement, environmental control and communication/computer access.


Adobe Systems Incorporated
Booth # 1104
345 Park Ave
San Jose, CA 95110
www.adobe.com
Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and information. For 25 years, the company’s
award-winning software and technologies have redefined business, entertainment and personal
communications by setting new standards for producing and delivering content that engages people
virtual anywhere at anytime. The Adobe booth will provide information related to the accessibility of
Adobe offerings.


Ai Squared
ATIA Member
Booth # 312
P.O. Box 1069
Manchester Center, VT 05255
Phone: 802-362-3612
Fax: 802-362-1670
E-mail: sales@aisquared.com
www.aisquared.com
Ai Squared is a worldwide leader in computer access software for the visually impaired. See what’s
new in ZoomText, the industry standard for screen magnification and reading: built-in scripting
capabilities and smooth pan tracking. Get a hands-on demonstration and free trial software, and
check out our Large-Print Keyboard and ZoomText Express!


AMDi
ATIA Member
Booth # 718
200 Frank Road
Hicksville, NY 11801
Phone: 631-531-5885
Fax: 516-822-6611
E-mail: billm@amdi.net
www.amdi.net
AMDi is a manufacturer of high-quality, durable and easy-to-use communication devices. At ATIA
2010 we will introduce our newly upgraded Smart Series of communicators, our new Practical AAC: A
Guide to Developing Functional Communication Skills and USB Plate Switch. We also continue to
manufacture the reliable Tech and Partner series of AAC devices along with our Tech/Touch dynamic
device.

American Foundation for the Blind
ATIA Member
Booth #1020
11 Penn Plaza
New York, NY 10001
Phone: 212-502-7600
Fax: 212-502-7774
E-mail: Web@afb.net
www.afb.org
AFB will be featuring its fully accessible Web site, which provides a wealth of information on
blindness and vision loss; AccessWorld: Technology and People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired,
our free, online magazine; and the new publication, Assistive Technology for Students Who Are Blind
or Visually Impaired: A Guide to Assessment.

American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 1012
1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206
Phone: 502-899-2257
Fax: 502-899-2363
E-mail: info@aph.org
www.aph.org
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 or call one of our friendly Customer Service representatives at 800-
223-1839 for more information.
American Thermoform Corporation
Booth # 215
1758 Brackett Street
La Verne, CA 91750
Phone: 909-593-6711 or 800-331-3676
Fax: 909-593-8001
E-mail: pnunnelly@americanthermoform.com
www.americanthermoform.com, www.atclowvision.com
American Thermoform Corp. was established in 1962, and is a leading manufacturer and distributor
of Braillo & Index Braille Embossers, Braille paper, thermoform duplicators, swell-form graphics
machines, translation software, labeling material and many more products for the blind and visually
impaired. We carry the finest Braille paper available and provide free technical support on Braillo &
Index embossers!

Applied Human Factors, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 707
P.O. Box 228
Helotes, TX 78023
Phone: 210-408-0098
Fax: 210-408-0097
E-mail: sales@ahf-net.com
www.ahf-net.com
AHF’s newest products include: ―Sounds Like‖ ―Spell, Write!‖ (phonetic typing for spelling problems);
―OneWay‖ (one-dimensional mouse alternative for switch scanning) and ―Smart Speech‖ (help with
building sentences). Established products: ―REACH Interface Author‖, ―Smart Key Technology‖,
―Smart List
Technology‖, ―Sound-It-Out Keyboard‖; ―SoothSayer Word Prediction‖; ―ScanBuddy‖; ―Mouse&Caret
Buddy‖; and ―AHF Spanish Dictionary.‖


AT KidSystems, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 722
8737 Colesville Road
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone: 301-495-0770
Fax: 301-585-9075
E-mail: info@atkidsystems.com
www.atkidsystems.com
Cosmo's Learning Systems is an educational product suite designed to motivate children using
educational and therapeutic activities. Includes Mission Control, an accessible interface device, and
Cosmo's Play and Learn software, focused on pre-literacy and prenumeracy goals. Learning for
Children-Exploration software provides fun, educational activities for pre-K children while evaluating
student performance.


ATNAD, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 1002
1900 West Loop South
Suite 1185
Houston, TX 77027
Phone: 713-228-0025
Fax: 713-715-6599
E-mail: info@atnad.com
www.atnad.com
We make innovative products from Europe available in North America. We will be showcasing the
following: the SeniorMouse, the new BABar (barcode reading communication device), the QiCare
page turner, the MONTY mounting system from REHAdapt, the SpeakOut communication device, the
Sicare ECU with speech
recognition, Lifetool software, the IntegraMouse and much more!

Atomic Learning
ATIA Member
Booth # 208
15088 22nd Ave NE
Little Falls, MN 56345
Phone: 320-632-5064
Fax: 603-215-0106
E-mail: sales@atomiclearning.com
www.atomiclearning.com
Atomic Learning’s Assistive Technology Collection features easy-to-understand tutorials focused on
helping educators use and apply assistive technology. Searchable by specialization and category,
tutorial offerings
include training on special education software, assistive technology devices and accessibility features
of common applications.
Visit:
www.AtomicLearning.com/assistivetechnology or contact sales@AtomicLearning.com for more
information.


ATS, LLC
ATIA Member
Booth # 308
216 Seaboard Lane, Suite C
Franklin, TN 37068
Phone: 615-327-1960
Fax: 615-550-0025
E-mail: info@atsaac.com
www.atsaac.com
The EzCOMM is a feature rich, assistive technology platform. Not only is the EzCOMM used as a
speech generating device, but as a powerful environmental control unit. ATS is committed to making
technology work for you.


Attainment Company
ATIA Member
Booth # 419
P.O. Box 930160
Verona, WI 59593
Phone: 608-845-7880
Fax: 800-942-3865
E-mail: info@attainmentcompany.com
www.attainmentcompany.com
Affordable, dependable and easy-to-use communication tools, standards/research based core
curriculum and curriculum-support materials, instructional software transition materials, plus a variety
of products and assistive technologies for people across the age spectrum.


Augmentative Resources, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 1008
8331 Epicenter Boulevard
Lakeland, FL 33809
Phone: 863-984-5404
Fax: 863-984-6175
E-mail: sales@augresources.com
www.augresources.com
AAC/Low-tech Devices, Language and Literacy products. Use your pictures with our Velcro®-
receptive Communication Books, Visual Display/Choice Boards, Picture Schedules and Literacy Aids.
Check out our new Communication Charm Bracelets, Pen Friend Portable Voice Output Device,
Easy-Push Talking Pockets and Timer Companion Schedule System! www.augresources.com


Aumed Corporation
Booth # 408
1206 High-Tech Building
229 Bei Si Huan Zhong Rd
Haidian District
Beijing 100083
China
Phone: 86-10-51285737
Fax: 86-10-51413581
E-mail: info@aumed.cn
www.aumed.cn
Aumed Corporation develops and manufactures low vision products such as pocketsize, handheld,
desktop and portable video magnifiers and optical magnifiers for near, intermediate and distance
magnification.


BAUM Retec AG
ATIA Member
Booth # 207
Schloss Langenzell
Wiesenbach, D-69257
Germany
Phone: 49-62-2349090
Fax: 49-62-23490999
E-mail: info@baum.de
www.baum.de
BAUM Retec AG is one of the world's leading manufacturers of Braille and Low Vision products and
will be showcasing state-of-the art products for professional, educational and private use: a wide
range of refreshable Braille displays, pocketsize organizers with Braille or Qwerty-keyboard or
innovative and lightweight
desktop CCTVs.


Benetech.org/BookShare.org
Booth # 1019
480 S. California Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94110
Phone: 650-644-3447
Fax: 650-475-1066
E-mail: info@bookshare.org
www.benetech.org
www.bookshare.org
Bookshare.org offers an extensive, online library for qualified readers with print disabilities.
Containing tens of thousands of books in accessible formats the library offers endless reading
opportunities for readers of all ages.


BlueSky Designs
ATIA Member
Booth # 1113
2637 27th Ave. South, Suite #209
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Phone: 612-724-7002 or 888-724-7002
Fax: 612-724-7004
E-mail: info@blueskydesigns.us
www.mountnmover.com
Mount’n Mover: the most accessible and independently movable mount available. Easy to customize
for individuals—multiple memory lock positions, adjust the tilt angle and joint friction. Ergonomic
controls unlock easily and move freely, and the dual arm provides flexible positioning, keeping
everything within reach. Mounts speech devices, laptops, book holder and cameras.


BrowseAloud
ATIA Member
Booth # 218
Enkalon Business Centre,
25 Randalstown Road
Antrim, N. Ireland
BT41 4LJ
www.browsealoud.com
BrowseAloud is the world leading text-to-speech solution from Texthelp Systems Ltd which is
designed to improve Web site accessibility for those with literacy difficulties, learning difficulties such
as dyslexia, mild
visual impairments or where English is a second language. With a choice of 17 high quality voices
covering 9 international languages (including French and Spanish), BrowseAloud is quickly being
adopted worldwide.
CaDan Computers dba Technology for Education
ATIA Member
Booth # 919
4131 Old Sibley Memorial Hwy
Eagan, MN 55122
Phone: 800-370-0047
Fax: 651-457-3534
E-mail: sales@tfeinc.com
www.tfeinc.com
Stealth AT Switch, Interactive Language Interpreter Software, Livescribe Smart Pen, Prox Talker,
Partner Plus, Talking Brix, mobile deaf and hard of hearing software, Moon Switch and many others.

Cambium Learning Technologies IntelliTools and Kurzweil Educational Systems
ATIA Member
Booth #513

24 Prime Parkway
Natick, MA 01760
Phone: 781-276-0600
Fax: 781-276-0649
E-mail: cdeblasi@cambiumlearning.com
www.cambiumlearningtechnologies.com

Classroom Suite by IntelliTools is a Tier 2 and Tier 3 intervention solution which provides ALL
students in grades Pre-K to 5 with high quality instructional support in reading, writing, and math.
IntelliKeys is the most flexible alternative keyboard available, providing individualized support for
young students, struggling learners, and ESL students. Kurzweil 3000 by Kurzweil Educational
Systems is a reading, study skill, and writing program that educators can use to meet the needs of
struggling learners, including ELL students and students with special needs.

Clarity
Booth # 504
6776 Preston Ave
Suite B
Livermore, CA 94551
Phone: (925) 449-2000
Toll Free: (800) 575-1456
Fax: (925) 449-2605
E-mail: info@clarityusa.com
www.clarityusa.com
Clarity is a leading manufacturer of video magnifiers for the low vision market. Following the
successful launches of the Lynx, Rio and ivu in 2008, Clarity is adding to their extensive portfolio in
2009 with the addition of the Deskmate Duo, the only 19 Dual Camera system with Real technology.


Clarity (Assistive Technology for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing)
Booth # 1022
Clarity, a division of Plantronics, Inc.
4289 Bonny Oaks Drive Suite 106
Chattanooga, TN 37406
www.clarityproducts.com
Clarity® a division of Plantronics, Inc. is the leading supplier of amplified telephones, notification
systems, assistive listening devices and other communications devices for the Hard of Hearing and
Deaf communities. Clarity® Power™ patented technology truly and positively impacts people's lives
with every product created.

Claro Software
ATIA Member
Booth # 422
71 Stevenson Street, Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: 415-655-6711
Fax: 415-655-6601
E-mail: usasales@clarosoftware.com
Claro Software, an innovative software company that develops and licenses assistive software,
including speech technology, image technology and touch technology. With Windows and Mac
versions, mobile USB stick options and network delivered solutions, we aim to provide the best
choice for the user.


Code Factory
ATIA Member
Booth # 607
Rambla Egara, 148, 2-2
Terrassa/Barcelona, 08221
Spain
Phone: +34-93-733-7066
Fax: +34-93-789-3051
E-mail: info@codefactory.es
www.codefactory.es
Code Factory is the global leader committed to the development of products designed to eliminate
barriers to the accessibility of mobile technology for the blind and visually impaired. Today, Code
Factory is the leading provider of screen readers, screen magnifiers and Braille interfaces for the
widest range of mainstream mobile devices including Symbian-based and Windows Mobile-powered
Smartphones as well as Pocket PC phones and PDAs. Its product line is the only one to support
phones working on the GSM, CDMA and WCDMA networks. Code Factory's success lies in giving
excellent customer support and in responding immediately to the needs of its end users.


Cognitopia Software
ATIA Member
Booth # 322
99 West 10th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541-343-3384
Fax: 541-343-3384
E-mail: tkeating@cognitopia.com
www.cognitopia.com
Cognitopia Software presents Picture Planner, the innovative software that uses pictures, symbols
and text-to-speech prompting in an icon-based personal activity scheduler for individuals with little or
no reading ability.
Picture Planner is a customizable application compatible with Apple OSX, Windows XP/Vista and
Windows Mobile phones and handhelds.


Compusult Limited
Booth # 609
40 Bannister Street
Mount Pearl, NL A1N 1W1
Canada
Phone: 709-745-7914
Fax: 709-745-7927
E-mail: at@compusult.net
www.compusult.net
Compusult has over 16 years experience providing access solutions for computers; broadcast,
spoken, audible, and printed information; telephone, office and electronic equipment; bar code
systems and more. We develop state-of-the-art products for all needs, including the Jouse2, Switch
Controllers, Caption Display systems, Scotty Wheelchair Tray Systems, TeleTalk, Vindicator, and
Responder.


Conover Company, The
ATIA Member
Booth # 6
1789 North Oakwood Road
Oshkosh, WI 54904
Phone: 920-231-4667
Fax: 920-231-4809
www.conovercompany.com
Specializing in research-based, age appropriate transition assessments and curriculum related to
training, education and employment utilizing assistive technology tools such as the iPod Touch.


Crick Software, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 407
191 Post Road West
Westport, CT 06880
Phone: 203-221-2697
Fax: 203-221-2698
E-mail: usinfo@cricksoft.com
www.cricksoft.com
Founded by teachers in 1993, Crick Software products are now used on over half a million
school computers. The company strongly believes in universal design for learning and most products
are switch accessible, enabling students with disabilities to benefit from the same educational
software as their peers.


Daedalus Technologies, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 313
2491 Vauxhall Place
Richmond, BC V6V 1Z5
Canada
Phone: 604-270-4605
Fax: 604-244-8443
E-mail: ddrewery@daessy.com
www.daessy.com
DAESSY Mounting Systems—making technology more accessible. Available since 1986, DAESSY is
the leader in mounting solutions for AAC devices and laptop computers. The component-based
system is highly adaptable and customizable to meet individual needs of users yesterday, today and
tomorrow.


Dancing Dots Braille Music Technology
ATIA Member
Booth # 1106
P.O. Box 927
Valley Forge, PA 19482
Phone: 610-783-6692
Fax: 610-783-6732
E-mail: info@dancingdots.com
www.dancingdots.com
Inclusion in classroom, studio and stage for musicians having low vision or no vision. New low vision
music-reading system. Scan scores, listen to results or convert to Braille music. Play musical ideas
into your PC. Convert to print notation, accessible score or audio CD. Learn via on-site or remote
training.
www.DancingDots.com


DoD Computer/Electronic Accomodations Program (CAP)
Booth # 420
5111 Leesburg Pike, Suite 810
Falls Church, VA 22041
Phone: 703-681-8813
Fax: 703-681-9075
www.tricare.mil/cap

The Department of Defense Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program
(CAP) provides FREE assistive technology to current federal employees with disabilities and
wounded service members. CAP services are available to individuals with visual, hearing, dexterity,
communication and cognitive issues.

Dolphin Computer Access
ATIA Member
Booth # 319
231 Clarksville Road
Princeton Junction, NJ 08550
Phone: 609-803-2172
Fax: 609-799-0475
E-mail: archana@dolphinusa.com
www.yourdolphin.com
Dolphin's goal is to deliver independence to people with vision and print disabilities. They are
particularly focused on delivery of easy to use solutions that offer maximum productivity. Dolphin
solutions have been designed to work in institutional environments such as education. In fact they are
the only company that offers integrated magnification and screen reading solutions for people with
impaired vision; the only company that can deliver alternative formats in Braille, large print, audio,
talking book and text to help people with both
vision and print disabilities. They also provide an exciting reading and writing solution for people with
reading disabilities.


Don Johnston Incorporated
ATIA Member
Booth # 1013
26799 West Commerce Drive
Volo, IL 60073
Phone: 847-740-0749
Fax: 847-740-7326
E-mail: rcostion@donjohnston.com
www.donjohnston.com
Don Johnston empowers educators with supplemental instruction and intervention solutions to help
the widest range of students build core literacy skills. Don Johnston’s award winning products build in
physical accessibility, integrate validated research, capitalize on new discoveries in brain science,
align to standards
and are presented in multiple medias through engaging instructional models.


Duxbury Systems, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 1009
270 Littleton Road
Westford, MA 01886
Phone: 978-692-3000
Fax: 978-692-7912
E-mail: info@duxsys.com
www.duxburysystems.com
Easy to use software for the novice to expert for writing, embossing, translating, transcribing, and
editing Braille, Braille math, and Braille graphics for many languages. DBT and MegaDots are
designed to be accessible by all users! Major products include: DBT Win, MegaDots, QuickTac,
Perky Duck, NimPro, and TGD PRO.


DynaVox Mayer-Johnson
ATIA Member
Booth # 801
2100 Wharton Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Phone: 412-222-7979
Fax: 412-381-9096
E-mail: sales@dynavoxtech.com
www.dynavoxtech.com
www.mayer-johnson.com
EnableMart
Booth # 522
5353 South 960 East, Suite 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Phone: 888-640-1999
Fax: 866-487-0410
E-Mail: cristian@enablemart.com
www.EnableMart.com

EnableMart is the worldwide leader in Assistive Technology distribution. With customers in all 50
states and over 45 foreign countries, EnableMart provides over 3,000 Assistive and Educational
Devices from over 200 manufacturers for all ranges of abilities. EnableMart's market leadership is the
direct result of their commitment to eliminating barriers and paving the way to independence through
proper technological intervention & assistance.

Enabling Technologies
ATIA Member
Booth # 1005
1601 Northeast Braille Place
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
Phone: 772-225-3687
Fax: 772-225-3299
E-mail: info@brailler.com
www.brailler.com
Enabling Technologies is the world’s leading manufacturer of a complete line of Braille embossers for
over 38 years. Our legendary Romeo and Juliet models are preferred by school systems, government
agencies and all
major Braille consumers worldwide.
See our Video Demonstration online at www.brailler.com.


Enhanced Vision
ATIA Member
Booth # 418
5882 Machine Drive
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Phone: 714-465-3400
Fax: 714-374-1821
E-mail: evinfo@enhancedvision.com
www.enhancedvision.com
Enhanced Vision is the leading developer of assistive technology for the visually impaired, including
individuals with Macular Degeneration. We have the most comprehensive line of high quality and
affordable products in a variety of screen sizes and magnification levels. We are proud to have
helped thousands regain their independence.


Eschenbach Optik of America
ATIA Member
Booth # 920
904 Ethan Allen Highway
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Phone: 203 438-7471 x359
Fax: 203 438-1670
E-mail: dsommers@eschenbach.com
www.eschenbach.com
Eschenbach manufactures and distributes a complete line of magnifiers, telescopes, filters, and video
magnifiers for vision impairments due to macular degeneration and other eye conditions. Our
Complete Low Vision Program includes in-office staff training, a comprehensive diagnostic system of
low vision aids, marketing, and practice management support materials.


EVAS
ATIA Member
Booth # 200
39 Canal Street
Westerly, RI 02891
Phone: 401-596-3155
Fax: 401-596-3979
E-mail: jswerdlick@evas.com
www.evas.com
EVAS, teamed with Dell, offers Computer-Based Assistive Technology Solutions for people who are
visually, physically, hearing or learning disabled. Our Plug & Play Systems run right out of the box,
with Application
Software and Peripherals.


Exceptional Parent
Booth # 1107
416 Main Street
Johnstown, PA 15901
Phone: 814-361-3860
Fax: 814-361-3861
www.eparent.com
EP Global Communications, Inc. (EP) is a 38-year-old, award winning publishing and
communications company which provides practical advice and emotional support to families of
children and adults with disabilities and special health care needs as well as the physicians, allied
healthcare and educational professionals who are involved in their care and development.
Exceptional Parent magazine (available in both print and digital) is the cornerstone of the company’s
multi-media approach to disseminate information.

Eye Response Technologies, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 1100
100 Second Street, Northwest
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Phone: 434-296-3846
Fax: 434-296-3890
E-mail: info@eyeresponse.com
www.eyeresponse.com
Eye Response Technologies serves the disabilities market with its ERICA eye gaze and CARA
systems. People with disabilities use the systems to speak, access a computer, and control their
environment. ERT has served people with ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, and Traumatic
Spinal Cord injuries for the past 15 years.

EyeTech Digital Systems
Booth # 101
2160 E. Brown Rd
Suite 2
Mesa, AZ 85213
Phone: (480) 704-3158
Fax: (480) 718-5243
E-mail: info@etmail.net
www.eyetechds.com
EyeTech’s flexible eye tracking solutions attach to laptop, desktop, or tablet PC’s to allow hands-free
computing for ALS, MS, MD, TBI and CP. Turn-key package solutions with choice of speech software
are also available. The EyeTech system is Windows XP, Vista or 7 compatible. Come by the booth to
try our new smaller and more portable systems.

FDLRS
ATIA Member
Booth # 1103

FDLRS Technology Network
753 West Blvd.
Chipley, FL 32428
Phone: 850-638-6131, ext 2242
Fax: 850-638-6142
E-mail: david@fdlrstech.com
www.fdlrstech.com
www.fdlrs.com

The Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System (FDLRS) is a state and federal funded
diagnostic and instructional services system that serves all exceptional student education programs in
Florida. The FDLRS Technology Network includes statewide, regional, and local technology services
targeting assistive technology, instructional technology, AIM/NIMAS, UDL, and virtual/online
instruction.

Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.
Booth # 209
One Franklin Plaza
Burlington, NJ 08016
Phone: 800-525-9673
Web site: www.franklin.com

FEP designs and distributes handheld electronic dictionaries and translators with built in spelling
correction. Selected models with speech for its use as a reading aid or as a resource for our learning
disabled customers. Visit our booth to ―ear Your Money Talk‖in Spanish or English with our new
portable currency ―ill Reader‖.
Freedom Scientific & Freedom Scientific Learning Systems Group
ATIA Member
Booth # 700 & 701
11800 31st Court, North
St Petersburg, FL 33716
Phone: 727-803-8000
Fax: 727-803-8001
E-mail: Info@FreedomScientific.com
www.freedomscientific.com
Freedom Scientific provides leading-edge assistive technology products for those that are blind, low
vision, or learning disabled. Products include the TOPAZ™, ONYX™, OPAL™, and SAPPHIRE™
video magnifiers, JAWS® screen reading software, MAGic® screen magnification software, SARA™
scanning and reading appliance, Braille displays, and WYNN and TestTalker for learning disabilities.

FRS Custom Solutions
ATIA Member
Booth # 921
49 S. Illinois Ave.
Mansfield, OH 44905
Phone: 419-589-7688
Fax: 419-589-5146
E-mail: sales@frs-solutions.com
www.frs-solutions.com
FRS Custom Solutions, a division of Forbes Rehab Services, has over 22 years experience
designing, manufacturing and distributing innovative AAC products and adaptive equipment. Come
see our newly released third generation 3G line of ComLink products, from the highly portable and
rugged ComLink ST3G to the powerful ComLink LT3G and the ComLink EnableEyes ® Eye Gaze
system. Let us show you why FRS Custom Solutions products are truly Better by Design.

gh, LLC
ATIA Member
Booth # 606
1305 Cumberland Avenue
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Phone: 765-775-3776
Fax: 765-775-2501
E-mail: ghinfo@gh-accessibility.com
www.gh-accessibility.com
Specializing in innovative Math and Science products and services, gh, LLC is an award winning
assistive technology company providing access to information for people with a print or learning
disability, whether reading a textbook, publication, standardized test, or Web site. Conversion
services include Braille, Tactile Graphics, DTB's, and NIMAS, and advanced products include gh
PLAYER, ReadHear (Mac), ClickHear, and
ClickHear Mobile.


Ginger Software, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 500
405 Waltham St #371
Lexington MA 02421
E-mail: info@gingersoftware.com
www.GingerSoftware.com

Ginger Software’s revolutionary text correction tool uses context to automatically correct spelling
mistakes, grammar errors and misused words. In a single click, whole sentences are corrected
without changing the author's intent. Ginger tracks users’ mistakes and progress, enabling educators
to monitor students and personalize instruction in a positive writing environment.

Great Talking Box Company, The
ATIA Member
Booth # 918
2528 Qume Drive, Suite 14
San Jose, CA 95131
Phone: (408) 573-7800
Fax: (408) 573-8600
E-mail: support@greattalkingbox.com
www.greattalkingbox.com

After more than 25 years providing solutions for individuals with speech and learning difficulties, the
Great Talking Box company introduces its most sophisticated Augmentative Communication Device
yet -- the eTalk-GT. Come to our booth for a live demonstration and experience first-hand why the
eTalk-GT is the most user-friendly product on the market.

Guerilla Technologies, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 1102
4203 SW High Meadows Ave
Palm City, FL 34990
Phone: (772) 283-0500
Fax: (772) 287-0960
E-mail: sales@guerillatechnologies.com
www.guerillatechnologies.com
Guerilla Technologies is a leading designer and manufacturer of reading machines for the print
impaired community. They have researched the latest, leading edge technologies and have adapted
them to their user's specific needs. The result is the most reliable, top of the line reading solutions
available today.

GW Micro, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 413
725 Airport North Office Park
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Phone: 260-489-3671
Fax: 260-489-2608
E-mail: sales@gwmicro.com
www.gwmicro.com
GW Micro products for people who are blind and visually impaired include Window-Eyes, Braille
Sense Plus, Braille Sense Plus QWERTY, Voice Sense, SyncBraille, Portable SenseView, Portable
SenseView Duo, and Desktop SenseView. Come to Booth 413 to see our newest products:
BookSense and Portable SenseView Light.
Handy Tech North America
ATIA Member
Booth # 405
2989 Central Ave.
Columbia Heights, MN 55421
Phone: 651-636-5184
Fax: 866-347-8249
E-mail: sales@handytech.us
www.handytech.us
Global leaders in refreshable Braille technology, accessible mobile devices and other adaptive
technology solutions for people who are blind or have low vision.

HumanWare
ATIA Member
Booth # 519
175 Mason Circle
Concord, CA 94520
Phone: 800-722-3393
Fax: 925-681-4630
E-mail: info@humanware.com
www.humanware.com
HumanWare provides innovative solutions, empowering people who are blind, visually impaired or
learning disabled. Products include the new BrailleNote Apex; the new SmartView Synergy CCTVs;
portable magnifiers; myReader2; Victor Reader, digital talking books and music players; Trekker
Breeze, the all-in-one talking GPS; Intel Reader; and ClassMate Reader, for learning disabled.

Inclusive TLC Special Needs
ATIA Member
Booth # 619
2206 Legacy Oak Drive
Waxhaw, NC 28173
Phone: 704-243-3622
Fax: 704-243-3623
E-mail: info@inclusivetlc.com
www.inclusivetlc.com
Inclusive TLC Special Needs aim to include all learners and enable them to take advantage of
computer based education. We specialize in the very best special needs software, switches and
computer access devices, as well as simple communication aids and assistive technology, for
learners with a physical disability, sensory impairment or severe learning disability.

Independent Living Aids, LLC
Booth # 1118
200 Robbins Lane
Jericho, NY 11753
Phone: 516-937-2118
Toll Free: 800-537-2118
Fax: 516-937-3906
E-mail: sales@independentliving.com
www.independentliving.com
ILA will be demonstrating the newest products for those with low vision, blindness and hearing
impairments. We will be exhibiting the newest talking products, daily living aids and special listening
devices for the hard of hearing. Many of our product selections are exclusive and we will be
premiering Kapten, the 1st Talking Voice Interactive GPS System.

InfoGrip, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 819
1794 East Main Street
Ventura, CA 93001
Phone: 805-652-0770
E-mail: sales@infogrip.com
www.infogrip.com

Intel Corporation
ATIA Member
Booth #3

Interpretype, LLC
ATIA Member
Booth # 423
3301 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Road
Suite 200
Rochester, New York 14623
Phone: 585-272-1155
Toll Free: 877-345-3182
Fax: 585-272-1434
E-mail: info@interpretype.com
www.interpretype.com
Interpretype®; a communication solution that enables conversation between typical people and
people who have communication disabilities. Access to careers and services is assured for people
who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabled. ITY features Video Remote Interpreting, VRS,
and, Over the Phone Interpreting for 240 spoken languages.

InTouch Graphics
ATIA Member
Booth # 109
429 Winslow Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55107
Phone: 612-220-6657
Fax: 917-621-3124
E-mail: joecioffi@intouchgraphics.com
www.intouchgraphics.com;
www.clickandgomaps.com
New ClickAndGo blindness wayfinding technology featuring accessible walking directions for indoor
and outdoor travel. More detailed than GPS, and free for blind travelers. We custom design high
quality tactile maps for the blind. We have software that automates and individualized large print
document production for low vision students, for use in schools and university environments.
Issist Assistive Technologies, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 7
18 Grist Mill Drive,
Georgetown, ON, L7G 6C2
Canada
Phone: +1 201-984-5687
Fax: +1 801-305-5689
E-mail: sales@issist.com
www.issist.com
Issist provides affordable screen magnification solutions for adults, seniors and students with its
revolutionary iZoom line of products.


Jabbla
ATIA Member
Booth # 212
St. Pietersnieuwstraat 41
Ghent, Belgium 9000
Phone: 329-264-3391
Fax: 329-264-3594
E-mail: info@jabbla.com
www.tniinc.com
Jabbla is the manufacturer of AAC devices such as Tellus 3+, Mobi, Smart and Allora. AAC software:
Mind Express, Eurovocs Suite and WordSprint (dyslexia).

Judy Lynn Software, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 818
PO Box 373
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Phone: (732) 390-8845
Fax: (732) 390-8845
E-mail: myra@judylynn.com
www.judylynn.com

Judy Lynn Software provides switch software for Windows for individuals functioning as early as 9
months cognitive. Check out our two new programs: Virtual Motor Skills and Animated Toys II. Many
other age appropriate programs are also available. Stop by Booth #818 for a catalog and demo.

K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 103
P.O. Box 620128
Newton Lower Falls, MA 02462
Phone: 877-547-1500
Fax: 781-263-9999
E-mail: info@knfbreader.com
www.knfbreader.com
K-NFB Reading Technology presents the latest generation of portable reading products from
assistive technology pioneer Ray Kurzweil. Our revolutionary software, delivered on a multifunction
cell phone, allows users to snap pictures of printed material and have it read aloud immediately. It
includes the ability to scan and read in other languages and translate between languages.


LAB Resources
ATIA Member
Booth # 1018
706 Kopmeier Drive
Pewaukee, WI 53072
Phone: 262-691-3476
Fax: 262-695-2504
E-mail: labresources@wi.rr.com
www.elabresources.com
Group and individual professional training materials for eight popular AT software programs, including
Boardmaker Plus, Classroom Suite, Clicker, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, Kurzweil and WYNN. We
offer Workshop in a Box, Look & Learn Videos, and LAB Lessons Tutorials, plus a complete line of
AT products with discounted pricing and product support.


Laureate Learning Systems, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 509
110 East Spring Street
Winooski, VT 05404
Phone: 802-655-4755
Fax: 802-655-4757
E-mail: info@laureatelearning.com
www.laureatelearning.com
Laureate publishes award-winning, research based software for individuals with Autism Spectrum
Disorders (ASD), Developmental Disabilities (DD), and Specific Language Impairments (SLI). Our
programs cover cause
and effect, vocabulary development, syntax, categorization, auditory processing and reading
instruction. For a FREE Syntax Assessment CD, please stop by Booth # 509, call 800-562-6801, or
visit www.LaureateLearning.com.


LC Technologies/EyeGaze Systems
ATIA Member
Booth # 604
3919 Old Lee Hwy., #81B
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: 703-385-7133
Fax: 703-288-3727
E-mail: info@eyegaze.com
www.eyegaze.com
The Eyegaze Edge: Eye-operated communication and control with no limits! Works for users with big
and small pupils, blocked pupils, any head position, sitting or reclining. Speech, environmental
controls,
full computer access, e-mail, play music, videos and more. Lots of eye-power at an affordable price.
LevelStar
ATIA Member
Booth # 518
685 S. Arthur Ave.
Louisville, CO 80027
Phone: 800-315-2305
Fax: 303-926-1787
E-mail: matt@levelstar.com
www.levelstar.com
The Icon plus Docking Station by LevelStar is the ultra-powerful handheld computer for the visually
impaired. The Icon is the revolutionary all-in-one PDA with book player, Web browser, e-mail, music
player, word processor and much more.


LVI Low Vision International
ATIA Member
Booth # 704
Verkstadsgatan 5
352 46 Växjö, SE-35246
Sweden
Phone: 46-47-072-7706
Fax: 46-47-072-7725
E-mail: info@lvi.se
www.lvi.se
With the mission to make every day easier for people with visual disabilities, LVI Low Vision
International designs and develops products with high standards for reliability, simplicity and
serviceability.
LVI is recognized as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of equipment for visually impaired
people. Our head office is located in Växjö, Sweden, and through our subsidiaries and distributors,
we are also well represented worldwide.
Some of our most popular products are MagniLink Zip, a stylish and foldable video magnifier;
MagniLink Student, a combined reading and distance camera; and MagniLink Mira, which comes with
different screen size possibilities such as 24. Please visit LVI Low Vision International at ATIA.


MacSpeech, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 903
50A Northwestern Drive
Suite 109
Salem, NH 03079
Phone: 888-415-7779
www.macspeech.com

MacSpeech creates speech recognition solutions for the Macintosh, including MacSpeech Dictate,
MacSpeech Dictate Legal, MacSpeech Dictate Medical, and MacSpeech Dictate International. With a
focus on quality, innovation, and value, MacSpeech’s products provide accuracy of up to 99%,
dramatically enhance productivity, and are as intuitive to use as the Mac itself.
Madentec Limited
ATIA Member
Booth # 806
4664 99th Street
Edmonton, AB T6E 5H5
Canada
Phone: 780-450-8926
Fax: 780-988-6182
E-mail: sales@madentec.com
www.madentec.com
Madentec has been a leading supplier of assistive technology for people with physical disabilities for
the last 20 years. Products include solutions for accessing and controlling a computer or
communication device 100% hands-free by using Tracker products as well as an alternate keyboard
or scanning access through the powerful Discover product line.

Magnifying America
ATIA Member
Booth # 403
2129 SW Hwy 484
Ocala, FL 34473
Phone: (954) 629-2977
Toll Free: (800) 364-1610
Fax: (352) 307-6614
E-mail: jpalmer@magnifyingcenter.com
www.magnifyingamerica.com
See for yourself why Magnifying America is a pioneer with their inspiring technology designs for the
visually challenged. The first to introduce widescreen, larger 26 monitors, talking magnification,
exclusive All-in-One
design and more. Stop by and see the future with their newest debut!


MagniSight, Inc.
Booth # 1000
3631 N Stone Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Phone: (719) 578-8893
Toll Free: (800) 753-4767
Fax: (719) 578-9887
E-mail: sariat@magnisight.com
www.magnisight.com
MagniSight manufactures video magnifiers that make a difference in the lives of visually impaired
people. Magnisight President, Brian Smith, is visually impaired and understands the frustrations of
low vision and strives to develop solutions, with the latest technology. Our newest product, The
Journey, is flexible, easy-to-use and technically advanced.


Marblesoft-Simtech
ATIA Member
Booth # 1001
12301 Central Ave., Northeast
Blaine, MN 55434
Phone: 763-755-1402
Fax: 763-862-2920
E-mail: sales@marblesoft.com
www.marblesoft.com
Special Access Software for birth through adulthood, featuring single and dual switch input. Our
outstanding switch-training software is the best-kept secret in Assistive Technology. Discover
Marblesoft-Simtech and how easy and fun our software is to use! Stop by Booth # 1001 for a
demonstration and count our marbles!

Mimio
Booth #113
1 Charus Park, 3rd Floor
Cambridge, MA 02142
Phone: 877-MY-MIMIO
www.mimio.com

Monarch Teaching Technologies, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 820
22001 Fairmount Boulevard
Shaker Heights, OH 44118
Phone: 216-320-8505
Fax: 216-320-6704
E-mail: info@monarchteachtech.com
Monarch Teaching Technologies presents VizZle: Web-based autism/special education software for
quick easy customized interactive visual lessons. Provides access to any curriculum. Supports any
IEP goal or state
standard. Saves preparation time. Improves engagement and outcomes!


News-2-You
ATIA Member
Booth # 601
P.O. Box 550
Huron, OH 44839
Phone: 419-433-9800
Fax: 419-433-9810
E-mail: info@n2yinc.com
www.news-2-you.com
Serving the special education community with a variety of products. Channel current events with
News-2-You™, an Internet newspaper published weekly in four levels. Acquire a complete,
standards-based special education curriculum with Unique Learning System™. Communicate with a
truly dynamic symbol set, SymbolStix©.

Nokia
Booth # 1023
6021 Connection Dr
Mail Stop 2:300
Irving, TX 75039
Phone: (972) 894-5000
E-mail: nokia.accessibility@nokia.com
Nokia Mobile Phones
Accessibility Division Customer Service
6000 Connection Drive MS 2:3411
Irving, TX 75039
USA
(800) 246-6542
www.nokiaaccessibility.com
Nokia Technology is revolutionizing the way people communicate. With a wide range of phones and
enhancements and convenient features like text and multimedia messaging, our customers are able
to stay connected like never before. And while we're busy dreaming up the technology that makes
these things possible, we're also developing technology to make them accessible to anyone.

Optelec U.S., Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 713
3030 Enterprise Court
Vista, CA 92081
Phone: 800-826-4200
Fax: 760-597-5970
E-mail: info@optelec.com
www.shoplowvision.com
Optelec, founded in 1985, is recognized as the worldwide market leader in providing innovative
solutions for the blind, visually impaired and learning disabled. In January 2007, Optelec US spun off
subsidiary companies ShopLowVision.com and LowVision.com, providing the one-stop-shop for
optical, non-optical and daily living aids, products, solutions and education.


Origin Instruments Corporation
ATIA Member
Booth # 907
854 Greenview Drive
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Phone: 972-606-8740
Fax: 972-606-8741
E-mail: marketing@orin.com
www.orin.com
Origin Instruments delivers computer access solutions. The HeadMouse Extreme is Origin’s flagship
product which enables users to control the mouse pointer on their computer or AAC screen with the
natural movements of their head. Also offered is Windows and Mac software in the areas of computer
access, switch-based access, speech and low vision.

Pass It On Center
ATIA Member
Booth # 107
1700 Century Circle, Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30345
Phone: 404-638-0384
Fax: 404-486-0197
E-mail: joy.kniskern@dol.state.ga.us
www.passitoncenter.org
The Pass It On Center, the premier National Assistive Technology Device Reutilization and
Coordination Technical Assistance Center, focuses on expanding the option of people with disabilities
by increasing access to appropriate, reutilized assistive technology in a manner that supports the
interests of users, manufacturers,
and suppliers. The Pass It On Center is funded under a grant from the Rehabilitation Services
Administration and is administered by Tools for Life, the Georgia Assistive Technology Program of
the Georgia Department of Labor. Visit www.Passitoncenter.org for more information.


Point-and-Read
Booth #821
507 Third St – Box 23
Mt. Gretna, PA, 17064
Phone: 717-964-1313
Fax: 717-964-2323
E-mail: info@simtalk.com
www.simtalk.com/PnR

Point-and-Read develops the Point-and-Chat line of software for e-mail, instant messaging, and text
messaging for poor-readers, non-readers and AAC users. We specialize in communication software
for people with multiple disabilities, including reading and cognitive limitations.


PointScribe
Booth #905
3595 East Fountain Boulevard #E2
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
Phone: 719-685-7883
Fax: 719-685 7885
E-mail: sales@pointscribe.com
www.pointscribe.com

PointScribe is an engaging, interactive program for successfully teaching students of all abilities to
handwrite. Lessons are reinforced with multi-sensory stimulation: students hear the shape name,
see the shape, and are guided through writing each stroke. PointScribe captures, analyzes, and
reports data essential for IEPs, progress reports, and evidence-based teaching.

Possum, Ltd.
ATIA Member
Booth #723
8 Farmbrough Close
Stocklake Park Industrial Estate
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
United Kingdom HP20 1DQ
Phone: +44-1296-461-000
Fax: +441296-461-001
E-mail: sales@possum.co.uk
www.possum.co.uk

Possum are the UK's leading provider of Electronic Assistive Technology solutions, including Home
Automation and Communication aids, for disabled people. Visit the Possum booth where we will be
demonstrating the Primo! remote controller, the Sero! hands free telephone with communication aid
capabilities, and the handheld Jive! Communication.

Prentke Romich Company
ATIA Member
Booth # 813
1022 Heyl Road
Wooster, OH 44691
Phone: 330-262-1984
Fax: 330-263-4829
E-mail: info@prentrom.com
www.prentrom.com
Visit PRC to view our new AAC Language Lab, a practical, easy-to-use resource for teaching
language with AAC devices and Unity. We will be showcasing our latest advances in dynamic display.
Come by to see our newest device, ECO2, ECOpoint, Vantage Lite, SpringBoard Lite, and our
therapy solutions.

ProxTalker.com LLC
ATIA Member
Booth # 1108
327 Huntingdon Ave.
Waterbury, CT 06708
Phone: 203-721-6074
Fax: 203-721-6070
E-mail: info@proxtalker.com
www.proxtalker.com
Logan ProxTalker is the first moveable picture communication system that actually talks. Specially
encoded moveable picture tags allow the user to form sentences and produce voice output. Tags can
be customized and recorded to suit individual needs. The device is portable and built to last.


Quillsoft Ltd.
ATIA Member
Booth # 505
2416 Queen Street, East
Toronto, ON M1N 1A2
Canada
Phone: 416-698-0111
Fax: 416-698-1555
E-mail: sales@wordq.com
www.wordq.com
Quillsoft Ltd. will be highlighting the fully integrated speech recognition and word prediction software
for individuals with learning disabilities. ―WordQ‖ and ―SpeakQ" speech recognition plug-in software.


Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic (RFB&D)
Booth # 203
20 Roszel Rd
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 243-7088
Fax: (609) 520-7996
www.rfbd.org
For 60 years, Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic® (RFB&D®), has been the leading producer of
accessible audio textbooks for students with learning and print disabilities. Their library contains more
than 45,000
digitally recorded human read titles ranging from math and science books to literary classics, from
kindergarten level through graduate school. RFB&D offers downloadable audiobooks with
AudioAccess® for the ultimate
in portability or AudioPlus® books on CD that are recorded in DAISY format, the ideal choice for
enhanced navigation. Their vast library and choice of formats offer more than 230,000 members with
the opportunity to build confidence, independence and success both in the classroom and beyond.


RESNA/NATTAP
Booth # 115
1700 North Moore Street, Suite 1540
Rosslyn, VA 22209
www.resna.org

Rethink Autism
ATIA Member
Booth # 1115
19 W. 21st St.
New York, NY 10010
Phone: 646-257-2919
Fax: 646-257-2926
E-mail: info@rethinkautism.com
www.rethinkautism.com
Rethink Autism makes effective and affordable autism treatment tools available to parents and
professionals everywhere. Our Web-based program provides a customized curriculum for the
individual, hundreds of dynamic
instructional videos of best practice teaching interactions, step-by-step training modules, automated
progress tracking and online professional support.


SAJE Technology
ATIA Member
Booth # 823
765 Dixon Court
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
Phone: 847-756-7603
Fax: 847-496-4515
E-mail: scott.drahos@saje-tech.com
www.saje-tech.com
SAJE Technology is the premier manufacturer of home automation products, promoting
independence and accessibility for people facing aging or disability. SAJE Technology products
include switch or voice activated
environmental control units, voice activated telephones, Dragon compatible microphones and
accessible cell phone solutions. SAJE voice recognition technology requires no voice training.
Saltillo Corporation
ATIA Member
Booth # 913
2143 Township Road
Millersburg, OH 44654
Phone: 330-674-6722
Fax: 330-674-6726
E-mail: aac@saltillo.com
www.saltillo.com
Saltillo Corporation manufactures and distributes augmentative communication devices. We
specialize in meeting the communication needs of ambulatory individuals who are non-speaking. Our
products include ChatPC-4, ChatPC-Silk, ALTChat and PalmChat.

sComm, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 221
6238 Hadley Street
Raytown, MO 64133
Phone: 816-527-8339
Fax: 816-737-1790
E-mail: jason@scommonline.com
www.scommonline.com
sComm is the creator of the UbiDuo. The UbiDuo enables a deaf or hard of hearing and a hearing
individual to communicate with each other face to face without any barriers anywhere anytime in
professional or social situations.

Sendero Group
ATIA Member
Booth #607
Rambla Egara, 148, 2-2
Terrassa/Barcelona, 08221
Spain
Phone: +34-93-733-7066
Fax: +34-93-789-3051
E-mail: info@codefactory.es
www.codefactory.es
Code Factory is the global leader committed to the development of products designed to eliminate
barriers to the accessibility of mobile technology for the blind and visually impaired. Today, Code
Factory is the leading provider of screen readers, screen magnifiers and Braille interfaces for the
widest range of mainstream mobile devices including Symbian-based and Windows Mobile-powered
Smartphones as well as Pocket PC phones and PDAs. Its product line is the only one to support
phones working on the GSM, CDMA and WCDMA networks. Code Factory's success lies in giving
excellent customer support and in responding immediately to the needs of its end users.

Sensory Software International Ltd.
Booth # 306
Smart House 4a Court Road
Malvern, WR14 3 BL, UK
Phone: 44-1684-578-868
Fax: 44-1684-897-753
E-mail: info@sensorysoftware.com
www.sensorysoftware.com
We are pioneers of computer-based communication aids and developers of innovative computer
software for
communication, computer access, dyslexia and literacy support. Our main title is The Grid 2, which
provides a full range of AAC options. Our software now powers some of the world’s most advanced
communication aids.


Serotek Corporation
Booth # 520
1128 Harmon Pl
Suite 310
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Phone: (612) 341-3030
E-mail: rbailey@serotek.com
www.serotek.com
Serotek Corporation develops software and manufactures accessibility solutions. Committed to the
mission of providing accessibility anywhere, Serotek has launched an online community designed to
meet the needs of people with disabilities and has introduced several powerful, affordable solutions
that require minimal training,
including the award-winning System Access.


Slater Software, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 401
351 Badger Circle
Guffey, CO 80820
Phone: 719-479-2255
Fax: 719-479-2254
E-mail: info@slatersoftware.com
www.slatersoftware.com
Picture It and PixWriter™ are the fastest and easiest programs that add pictures to text for beginning
and struggling readers and writers. Just enter words and the programs automatically match them with
9,000+ Literacy Support Pictures™. Ready-to-use materials include Simply Science™ and Read and
Tell™. NEW Picture It 5.0 Windows!

SoftTouch, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 623
17117 Oak Drive, Suite C
Omaha, NE 68130
Phone: 402-334-8477
Fax: 402-334-8478
www.softtouch.com
SoftTouch has been developing accessible software for 20 years. Specializing in software with
universal access for students with special needs, SoftTouch strives to enrich the learning experience
for students on the moderate to severe disability spectrum.
Switch in Time
ATIA Member
Booth # 1003
172 Harvard Rd.
Littleton, MA 01460
Phone: 978-486-9433
Fax: 978-952-6687
E-mail: info@switchintime.com
www.switchintime.com
Our award-winning accessible software features engaging games and music applications for all ages.

Texthelp Systems, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 300
100 Unicorn Park Drive
Woburn, MA 01801
Phone: 888-248-0652
Fax: 866-248-0652
E-mail: u.s.info@texthelp.com
www.texthelp.com
Texthelp Systems provides award-winning literacy software solutions for individuals with reading and
writing difficulties or learning disabilities, and for English Language Learners. Read&Write GOLD,
Texthelp’s premier education product, integrates with mainstream applications to provide students
with support tools they need. In 2009, new versions were released for both PC and Mac.


Tobii ATI
ATIA Member
Booth # 301
333 Elm Street
Dedham, MA 02026
Phone: 781-461-8200
Fax: 781-461-8213
E-mail: customercare@tobiiati.com
www.tobiiati.com
Tobii is a premier developer of eye tracking and speech generating devices and software, for people
with physical, cognitive and speech disabilities. Stop by our booth and preview our newest line of C-
Series Communication Devices, including the Tobii C8, Tobii C12, Tobii CEye and the Lightwriter
SL40! Also preview our latest software line, which includes the Tobii Sono Suite and Tobii
Communicator 4.3.


Traxsys Input Products
ATIA Member
Booth # 721
East Portway
Andover
SP10 3LU, UK
Phone: +44-12-64-349-640
Fax: +44-12-64-349-678
www.traxsys.com
Turning Point Therapy & Technology, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 201
P.O. Box 310945
New Braunfels, TX 78131
Phone: 830-608-9812
Fax: 830-608-0882
E-mail: support@turningpointtechnology.com
www.turningpointtechnology.com
Keyguards are designed to decrease frustration and increase accuracy for people with fine motor and
vision disabilities when accessing many household appliances, remote controls, computer keyboards
and communication devices. We have key guards available for many devices, or when necessary we
custom manufacture to meet the user’s specific needs.


ViewPlus Technologies
ATIA Member
Booth # 613
1853 Southwest Airport Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97333
Phone: 541-754-4002
Fax: 541-738-6505
E-mail: info@viewplus.com
www.viewplus.com
ViewPlus is recognized throughout the world as a leading innovator in research and development of
assistive technology products for people with print and sensory disabilities. ViewPlus will be
demonstrating Tiger Braille embossers, math access tools and the IVEO Hands-on-Learning System.


Vision Technology Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 901
8501 Delport Dr
St. Louis, MO 63114
Phone: (314) 890-8300
Toll Free: (800) 560-7226
Fax: (314) 890-8383
E-mail: vti@vti1.com
www.visiontechnology.com
Vision Technology, founded in 1992, manufactures and distributes assistive technology products for
the visually impaired. Product names associated with Vision Technology include the MouseCam,
Freedom Machine, InSight, Select, Select Ultra, View and Pro Series. To this day Vision Technology's
unwavering commitment in manufacturing the most innovative, state of the art products continue in
providing effective solutions for the visually impaired.


VisionCue
ATIA Member
Booth # 709
4858-A S.W. Scholls Ferry Rd.
Portland, OR 97225
Phone: (503) 297-1510
Toll Free: (888) 318-ALVA
Fax: (503) 459-4003
E-mail: at.info@visioncue.com
www.visioncue.com
With thoughtful and caring assistance, VisionCue helps people who are blind or visually impaired with
assistive technology solutions. With premium products from Optelec, LVI, Dolphin, CodeFactory,
Nuance and Apple, VisionCue can help you ―move beyond boundaries.‖ Visit www.visioncue.com for
more information on their products and how they can help.


Writer Learning Systems, The/Advanced Keyboard Technologies, Inc.
Booth # 204
P.O. Box 186
Paso Robles, CA 93447
Phone: 800-797-7121
Fax: 805-239-8973
E-mail: liz@writerlearning.com
www.writerlearning.com
Writer Learning offers low-cost, focused and effective learning tools for special needs and regular
education students. Come by and see what’s new with the Fusion and the new Writer keyboards.


Words+, Inc.
ATIA Member
Booth # 318
42505 10th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534-7059
Phone: 661-723-6523
Fax: 661-723-2114
E-mail: info@words-plus.com
www.words-plus.com
Words+, Inc. is a leader in creating quality products that truly unlock the person by providing the finest
communication and computer access products available. From world-renowned astrophysicist Dr.
Stephen
Hawking, to preschool children, the success of our users is a testimony to the effectiveness of our
systems.

Market Segment Exhibitor Listing
Please note many exhibitors provide products and services across multiple segments. An exhibitor
may be listed more than once. Those exhibitors listed below with an asterisk are ATIA Member
companies. Please check the Exhibitor Profile listings for more details on individual exhibitor products
and services. (Data submitted by exhibitors as of December 1, 2009).
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
AAC TechConnect*
AbleNet*
Adaptivation, Inc*
AMDi*
Applied Human Factors, Inc.*
ATNAD, Inc.*
Atomic Learning*
ATS, LLC*
Attainment Company*
Augmentative Resources, Inc.*
CaDan Computers dba Technology For Education*
Cambium Learning Technologies
Compusult Limited
Crick Software*
DynaVox Mayer-Johnson*
Eye Tech Digital Systems
FRS Custom Solutions*
Jabbla*
Key Connection, The
LAB Resources
Laureate Learning Systems, Inc.
LC Technologies, Inc.
News-2-You*
Point-and-Read, Inc.*
Prentke Romich Company*
ProxTalker.com*
Saltillo Corporation*
Sensory Software International Ltd.
Tobii ATI*
Words+, Inc.*
Writer Learning Systems, The/Advanced Keyboard Technologies, Inc.

Blind/Low Vision
ABISee, Inc*
Ai Squared*
American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.*
American Thermoform Corp.
Atomic Learning*
BookShare.org/ Benetech
BrowseAloud/Texthelp Systems Ltd.*
CaDan Computers dba Technology for Education*
Cambium Learning Technologies
Claro Software*
Compusult Limited*
Crick Software*
Dancing Dots Braille Music Technology*
Dolphin Computer Access*
Duxbury Systems, Inc.*
Enabling Technologies*
Enhanced Vision*
EVAS*
Freedom Scientific Learning Systems Group*
gh, LLC*
GW Micro, Inc.*
Handy Tech North America*
Humanware*
InTouch Graphics
Issist Assistive Technologies, Inc.*
K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc*
Key Connection, The
LevelStar*
LS&S, LLC
LVI Low Vision International*
NFB – NEWSLINE*
Next Generation Technologies, Inc.*
Optelec U.S., Inc.*
Origin Instruments Corporation*
ViewPlus Technologies*

Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Atomic Learning*
CaDan Computers dba Technology for Education*
Compusult Limited*
Humanware*
Key Connection, The
sComm, Inc.*
Educational Software/Learning Disabilities
AbleNet*
American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.*
Applied Human Factors, Inc.*
Atomic Learning*
Attainment Company*
BookShare.org/ Benetech*
BrowseAloud/Texthlep Systems Ltd.*
CaDan Computers dba Technology for Education*
Cambium Learning Technologies
Claro Software Ltd.*
Cognitopia Software
Compusult Limited*
Conover Company, The*
Crick Software, Inc.*
Don Johnston Incorporated*
DynaVox Mayer-Johnson*
Freedom Scientific Learning Systems Group*
gh, LLC*
Ginger Software
HumanWare*
Inclusive TLC*
Jabbla*
Key Connection, The
LAB Resources*
Laureate Learning Systems, Inc.*
LifeSpan Education*
Marblesoft – Simtech*
Mayer-Johnson, LLC*
Monarch Teaching Technologies, Inc.*
News-2-You*
Point-and-Read, Inc.*
Rethink Autism*
Quillsoft Ltd.*
Slater Software, Inc.*
Texthelp Systems, Inc.*
Tobii ATI*
Turning Point Therapy & Technology, Inc.*
Writer Learning Systems, The/Advanced Keyboard Technologies

Physical Access/Mobility
AbleNet*
Adaptive Computer Control Technologies Inc.*
Applied Human Factors, Inc.*
ATNAD, Inc.*
Atomic Learning*
ATS, LLC*
CaDan Computers dba Technology for Education*
Cambium Learning Technologies
Claro Software*
Cognitopia Software*
Compusult Limited*
Crick Software*
Daedalus Technologies, Inc.*
Eye Response Technologies*
Handy Tech North America*
InTouch Graphics
Key Connection, The
LAB Resources*
Madentec Limited*
Origin Instruments Corporation*
Point-and-Read, Inc.*
SAJE Technology*
SoftTouch, Inc.*
Turning Point Therapy & Technology, Inc.*

Transitional/Vocational
AbleLink Technologies, Inc.*
Applied Human Factors, Inc.*
CaDan Computers dba Technology for Education*
Cognitopia Software*
Compusult Limited*
Ginger Software
Madentec Limited*
Origin Instruments Corporation*

Other (Other Market Segments, Training Services, Government and Non-Profit Agencies)
AAC TechConnect*
AbleLink Technologies, Inc.*
BookShare.org/Benetech*

				
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