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Exhibitors attending the Disabilities and Assistive Technologies Expo 2014
Sprint Relay celebrates 23 years of innovative communication options for individuals who are deaf, deaf-blind, experience a hearing loss or have a speech disability. Sprint Relay began offering telecommunication relay services on the text telephone (TTY) in September 1990. Two decades later, with all of the technological advancements made since the relay service first began, Sprint Relay is the only provider in the industry offering a broad portfolio of services including: Traditional Relay Services, Sprint IP Relay, Sprint CapTel®, Relay Conference Captioning (RCC), Federal Relay Service and Spring Relay Store wireless devices which includes Sprint Mobile IP and Wireless CapTel by Sprint Apps for wireless devices. For more info go:
AKB Visions/Optelec Low Vision
Regain your independence with Optelec electronic video magnifier equipment. Read your morning newspaper, view family photos, enjoy hobbies, complete crossword puzzles or write checks with the touch of a button. Website:
Door Prize:
A DEMO Compact Mini - See more at
USA Mobility
USA Mobility provides custom mobility and seating products including manual and power wheelchairs, standing frames, gait trainers and other mobility products for adults and children. Website:
Morning Star Elevator
Morning Star Elevator is your lift expert. We work with your needs and your budget to find the perfect lift whether it is a stairlift, wheelchair lift, elevator or dumbwaiter. Don't let mobility get in the way of the home you love! Website:
PASCO (Personal Assistance Services of Colorado
PASCO is a locally owned and operated, skilled home-health agency, which has been serving the Denver metro area (Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Gilpin, Jefferson, Larimer, Park & Weld Counties) since 1992. With a comprehensive 24/7 On-Call and Back-Up team, PASCO ensures that consumers can always contact a nurse or nursing assistant. With a long history of advocating for disability rights, PASCO is well respected by legislators and community leaders alike. Besides staffing consumers with a thoroughly vetted, and competency certified staff, PASCO will pay for CNA training for a person and a back-up who would like to provide skilled care to a loved one. Website:
All Medical Inc.
We have built our reputation by providing only excellent service and support to our customers. Our team is proud to give you the best consumer service, selection of quality health care products, and a knowledgeable, understanding staff. We believe that products and solutions should be tailored to fit your lifestyle, and that the right equipment should integrate into your daily life. Website:
Certified Rehab Services
Certified Orthopedics is a leading orthotic and prosthetic manufacturing company specializing in custom and pre-sized seating systems utilizing state of the art CAD technology.
Comfort Company
Comfort Company manufactures seating and postural support systems, designed for people with a wide range of rehabilitation needs. Website:
il, Inc.
For more than 40 years, Permobil has been working with and for people throughout the world with various kinds of functional disability. We are so privileged to have such a strong relationship with our customers and know our products are an important part of their daily lives. It's one of the primary ways we measure the success of our company...keeping the focus on people and their needs. For more information, visit or call 1-800-736-0925.
Ride Designs
Ride Designs is the leader in the development and provision of unique and highly effective seating systems for wheelchair users representing a broad range of needs from simple to complex. Since 1998, Ride Designs' success stems from the commitment to a core set of principles. Unlike any other wheelchair seating manufacturer, our products are developed, tested, provided and proven through our own Aspen Seating Clinic. Website:
Lopsided Heart Creations
Chris, a young man with autism, uses assistive technology to communicate and write his poetry. His poetic sayings are on the t-shirts, tote bags and other items he sells. Website:
Door Prize:
Canvas tote bag with the saying - "Great Minds Save us from Injustice"
Accessible Systems
Accessible Systems specializes in Home Modification solutions like ramps, lifts, and barrier free bathrooms that offer greater independence to people of all abilities. Contact us at 303.693.7787 or online at
Meeting the Challenge
Meeting the Challenge, Inc. (MTC) is an information services consulting firm that serves individuals and organizations with rights and responsibilities for compliance under federal disability laws. Our Consulting Services division is comprised of highly qualified professionals who provide comprehensive information, involving data collection, analysis, and report generation to assist organizations to comply with federal disability laws. MTC also operates the Rocky Mountain ADA Center, one of ten national, federally-funded information centers on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Website:
Silver Cross
Silver Cross is a unique service that provides economical solutions to those in need of assistive devices. We offer New and Recycled (up to 40% off) equipment including: Stair Lifts (straight or curved), Vertical Lifts, Ceiling Lifts, Ramps, Scooters, Bath Lifts, Lift Chairs and more! We also offer new equipment including: Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Walk In Bath tubs, Walk In/Roll In Showers, and more! Almost everything we sell is eligible for Buy Back. Website:
ntke Romich Company
PRC believes that everyone deserves a voice. Families, clinicians, and special educators select PRC augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices as part of a communication strategy to assist a wide range of individuals with communication disabilities. For more than forty-five years, PRC has led the industry in providing AAC solutions with advanced communication technology and language development systems. Visit us and learn more about our latest AAC solutions including the new Accent 800, 1000, and 1200, Words for Life NOVA Edition, LAMP: Words for Life iPad application, and new training opportunities and services. Website:
Door Prize:
Tote bag with fleece blanke
Numotion has decades of experience providing people with access to freedom. We have a trained staff of caring and passionate credentialed professionals and assignments from most insurance companies. With a strong local focus, we aim to be the most responsive and innovative provider of custom wheelchairs to do business with. Our Mission: We are committed to serving the lifelong needs of our customers through individualized health and mobility solutions. Our Vision: To be every customer's choice in their pursuit of mobility and independence. Our Values: I C.A.R.E. Integrity, Customer focus, Accountability, Right the first time, Effective teamwork. Website:
TRG - Townsend Rep Group
Independent Manufacturer's Representative. I represent 12 different manufacturers in Complex Rehab and DME industry within Colorado and Southern Wyomin
NanoPac, Inc. ​​
NanoPac was founded in 1987 and provides persons with disabilities in Colorado assistive technology products from the leading manufacturers: AbleNet ECU's, Ai Squared magnification, Alva Braille, Dell computers, Dragon Naturally Speaking voice recognition, Duxbury Systems Braille, Enabling Braille, Freedom Scientific Blindness, Braille and low vision HIMS Blindness and Braille, Humanware book payers, Index embossers. Website:
Colorado Talking Book Library
The Colorado Talking Book Library provides free service to Coloradans of all ages who are unable to read standard print material due to visual, physical or learning disabilities whether permanent or temporary, CTBL provides audio, Braille and large-print books and magazines that go through the mail postage paid. Website:
Audio Information Network of Colorado
The Audio Information Network of Colorado (AINC) provides free audio services that help blind, visually impaired, and print disabled individuals maintain independence and stay connected to their community. Programming is broadcast 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Listeners have independent access to nearly 100 Colorado newspapers; grocery discount ads; children's publications; magazines; and other local publications. Programming is also offered in Spanish. All publications are read and recorded by volunteers. Listening options include pre-tuned digital receivers that are provided by AINC, telephone, or internet (live streaming or Podcast). The service is provided at no cost to the listener. Website:
Door Prize: Audio grocery ads are popular with AINC's listeners. Use AINC's reusable grocery bag and $25 King Soopers gift card on your next shopping trip.
National Sports Center for the Disabled
The NCSD provides therapeutic recreation and adaptive sports for people with all disabilities and all ages. Programs include lessons in kayaking, rock climbing, skiing, snowboarding and more. Come feel the power of empowerment. Website:
Ignite Adaptive Sports
Ignite Adaptive Sports provides snowsport opportunities to people with disabilties at Eldora Mountain Resort. We offer adaptive alpine skiing, snowboarding, nordic skiing and snowshoe lessons. Website:
Parent to Parent of Colorado
Parent to Parent supports families with children with disabilities and/or special health care needs throughout Colorado. We provide an online parent support group of now over 1800 families, one to one peer parent support, four parent resource guides, a list of statewide parent support groups and an annual picnic. It's a great forum for parents to connect with one another for mutual support. Website:
Blood Brothers Foundation
Blood Brothers Foundation provides support to individuals living with spinal cord injuries by funding vehicle modifications. We assist individuals with adaptive devices for vehicles such as, hand controls, lifts, steering devices & ramps. Our mission is "to transform the lives of individuals living with a spinal cord injury by restoring physical freedom, mobility and independence." Website:
Denver Office of Emergency Management
The Whole Community Approach is a means by which residents, neighborhoods, local officials, businesses, non-profit and faith-based organizations and emergency management can collectively understand and assess the needs of their respective communities, determine the best ways to organize their resources, and be ready for when an emergency occurs. Denver has embraced the "Whole Community Preparedness Programs" (WCPP) concept and invites our community partners to help build a stronger, more resilient community. Website:
Door Prize: A Prepare
Chanda Plan Foundation
e Chanda Plan Foundation is improving the quality of life for persons with physical disabilities through direct services and systemic change to access integrative therapies. It is the only organization of its kind in the U.S. with programs dedicated to advocacy and treatment of persons with physical disabilities and integrative therapies. The Chanda Plan Foundation is dedicated to changing the way healthcare systems approach and treat long-term physical disabilities. Website:
The Independence Center
The Independence Center works with people with disabilities, their families, and the community to empower independent living. We offer a variety of programs, classes, and support groups and offer a range of home health care services designed around our clients' unique needs. In addition, our store offers a variety of adaptive equipment. The right adaptive equipment can be instrumental in helping someone with a disabilities lead a more independent life. Customized needs assessments and in-home consultations are just a few of the free services offered through the store. Website:
Door Prize: Art of Optics is a unique, limited design edition. The Hippos is an extravagant 2x magnifier. Manufactured with precision, Eschenbach produces the highest optical purity.
Rocky Mountain ADA Center
The Rocky Mountain ADA Center provides technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and serves Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. One of ten regional Centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the Rocky Mountain ADA Center provides training, materials, referrals, and guidance for those with rights and responsibilities under the ADA for consumers in the Rocky Mountain region. Our contact information is 800-949-4232 or visit us online at
Rocky Mountain MS Center & KADEP
The Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Center is a patient- and family-centred nonprofit organization that provides a comprehensive and integrated wellness approach to MS and related diseases, life-changing support services, and cutting-edge research. Our Mission is to improve the quality of life of individuals and their families living with MS and related neurological diseases through care, support, education and research. The King Adult Day Enrichment Program (KADEP) is a life-affirming day program that promotes the functioning, wellness, independence and life enjoyment of younger adults with MS, brain injury and other acquired neurological conditions. Website:
Performance Mobility
Performance Mobility is a quality source for wheelchair accessible mini-vans, vans and vehicle equipment designed specifically for people with limited mobility. All of us at Performance Mobility are committed to providing the highest quality of life for individuals and families. Website:
Ensight Skills C
Ensight's booth will feature tools used to maximize independence. Tools include magnification, lighting, large print talking items, CCTV, computer software. Also available will be information on eye diseases such as Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Diabetic Eye Diseases, and Cataracts, Info on Ensight's Orientation and Mobility program financial assistance program, and Assistive Technology program will be on hand. Website:
Door Prize: $25 King Soopers Gift Card
Adaptive Recreation
Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) offers therapeutic programs for people with disabilities at any age, through numerous leisure activities, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists (CTRS) and other DPR team members create opportunities to improve quality of life, foster independence and boost self-esteem. Adaptive programs offered include; arts and crafts, community excursions, swim lessons, outdoor recreation, fitness and sports, and inclusion services.

Sunrise Medical
Sunrise Medical is a world leader in the development, design, and manufacture of custom manual wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, standard and custom seating, and positioning systems. Our key products are marketed and sold under the Quickie, Zippie, Breezy, and Jay brand names. Website:

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
DVR assists persons with disabilities to succeed at work and to live independently. Website:

Dynamic Adaptive Solutions, LLC
Vehicle modifications for people with disabilities. If you're just looking for an easier way to get in and out of your car or if you need full wheelchair access, we're here to help. Stop by our booth or visit to discuss your needs.

The Legal Center
The Legal Center is a nonprofit organization protecting the human, civil and legal rights of people with disabilities and older people. As Colorado's Protection and Advocacy System, The Legal Center has authority under federal law to gain access to facilities and records in order to investigate allegations of abuse and neglect. The organization also helps people obtain state and federally funded services, such as special eduation, mental health services, developmental disabilities services, and vocational rehabilitation. The Legal Center specializes in civil rights and discrimination issues. Website:

Seating Dynamics
Seating Dynamics is a Colorado company dedicated to demonstrating the benefits of dynamic seating when used in wheelchairs. CP and many others can benefit from the ability to move rather than being immobilized by restrictive hardware. Reports of reduced tone and improved behavior are not uncommon. Seating Dynamics designs and manufactures all of its products in Colorado and has a Dynamic Rocker Back and Dynamic footrest available for the majority of commonly used rehab wheelchairs. Website:

That's How I Roll Foundation
"Giving paraplegics and quadriplegics the confidence and ability to live life to its fullest." One of the goals of the foundation is to pair up a new or existing injury/condition with somone who has the same injury/condition, and has learned the ropes of everyday life. Providing a Big Wheels/Little WheelsTM system. Website:

Autism Community Store
The Autism Community Store is a local, parent-owned autism and special needs resource. This special little shop in Denver helps families, teachers and therapists get hard-to-find products for individuals on the autism spectrum, visual learners and those with community or sensory processing differences at reasonable prices. From sensory solutions like weighted blankets and lap pads, compression vests, therapy swings, wiggle seats and chewy tubes to classroom solutions like visual aids and visual timers, to products that solve common problems at home, the Autism Community Store is your source for affordable, therapists-tests, kid-approved autism products.  Website:
Door Prize: "Creature Comforts Weighted Sensory Friends" Weighted Lizard Lap Pad. This multisensory lizard is made of different materials on the front and the back for extra tactile input. It can be work around the neck or as a lap pad. The lizard is a comforting friend for some individuals with sensory processing disorders as it provides sensory as well as tactile input. The lizard is a plush, textured green fabric with a satin tummy and weighs 4 pounds.

Ms. Wheelchair Colorado, Inc. 
Ms. Wheelchair Colorado, Inc. is a non profit organization that provides an opportunity of achievement for women who happen to be wheelchair users to successfully educate and advocate for the more than 54 million Americans living with disabilities. Ms. Wheelchair Colorado is a competition based on advocacy, achievement, communication and presentation to select the most accomplished and articulate spokeswoman for persons with disabilities, and to help break down both mental and physical barriers that people with disabilities face every day.

The Special Needs Trust Network (SNTN)
The Special Needs Trust Network provides a pooled master trust that meets state and federal requirements - an umbrella over individual sub-accounts. We help protect choices and quality of life through financial services, community connections, and individualized care management. We are concerned with the person, not just the money. Our advocacy services increase continuity of care and help protect beneficiary rights. We also provide: protection of eligibility for benefits, assessment and planning, helping the beneficiary access their funds in ways permitted by regulation, bill paying and shopping for approved items/services. Website:

The Wayfaring Band
Although we like to rock, we are not a rock-and-roll band. We are a wayfaring band, which means we are a band of people who travel together. We equip young adults who experience special needs as well as emerging thought leaders with the social tools to deftly navigate the diverse needs of a global community. We offer road trips, social programs, and leadership for hire. Website:

American Council of the Blind of Colorado
ACBCO is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the independence, equality and opportunities for all blind and visually impaired individuals in Colorado. All programs and services are tailored to serve the needs of the individual with the core being our educational component. ACBCO's actions and culture are guided by integrity and inclusivity as we empower individuals through our work. Website:

The B.O.S.S. Group LLC
As a Holistic Health Practitioner and Clinician of Whole Food Nutrition, I work from the nervous system to the endocrines, from the respiratory system to the cardiovascular, from the musculoskeletal system to the lymphatic system, from the digestive system to immunity, and from mental health to health brain function. I look at the function of the whole body vs the pathology of the different body parts. My primary goal is to support the body's own recuperative efforts, especially closed head injuries. I draw on several modalities - Functional Nutrition, Reflexology and Herbal Medicine - to achieve optimal health. Website:
Door Prize: Free 90-minute initial nutritional assessment and evaluation, valued at $90.

Wounded Warriors Impacting Neighbors
We are a nonprofit organization who support post 9/11 combat veterans with internal and external injuries. Our organization works with local community businesses and community members to provide local resources to local veterans. This can be anything from doctors, to lawyers, to carpenters, to auto mechanics, to a lady delivery groceries to a local veteran. We believe that is the local community that will provide the necessary aid to returning veterans with personal interaction and Wounded Warriors Impacting Neighbors wants to support our local veterans in that manner. Website:
Door Prize: We can provide a free flower arrangement from 1-800-proflowers as well as a t-shirt for the visitation of our table.

Quantum Rehab
Quantum Rehab is the premier global leader in the design and manufacturing of high-performance aesthetically-pleasing, user-focused complex rehab products, including power chairs and power positioning seating systems to meet the widest range of needs. Please visit us at
Door Prize: $50 VISA Gift Card

Tobii DynaVox
Tobii DynaVox is the leading provider of speech generating devices and symbol-adapted special education software used to assist individuals in overcoming their speech, language and learning challenges. These solutions are designed to help individuals who have complex community and learning needs participate in the home, classroom and community. Our line of speech generating devices gives a voice to people who are unable to speak as a result of severe cognitive and physical limitations due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease), stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, autism, intellectual disabilities, and other conditions. Our mission is to enable our customers to realize their full community and education potential by developing industry-leading devices, software and content by providing the services to support them. Website: 

International Hearing Dog Inc.
We are a nonprofit organization that trains local shelter dogs to become Hearing Dogs for the deaf and hard of hearing around the USA and Canada. The dogs alert their owners to sounds in the home such as a doorbell, telephone, smoke alarm and any sound the person needs. Website:

Denver Commission on Aging
The Denver Commission on Aging helps make Denver the best community for older adults through: Advocating for their rights and concerns; Empowering older adults through dissemination of information and sharing community resources; Monitoring and recommending legislation and proposed policy changes affecting older adults. Website:

The MV-1 is the first purpose built vehicle of its kind. We think you will find it to be quieter, roomier and more enjoyable ride. It was designed from the ground up with you in mind. Davey Coach is proud to sell and service the MV-1. Our salespeople have been selling the MV-1 since the MV-1 became available in the marketplace. The sales staff would be happy to bring the MV-1 to you so you can personally enjoy the benefits of this unique American made vehicle. Website:

ACES$ Financial Management Services, is a consumer-directed payroll management solution for Medicaid recipients and their caregivers. ACES$'s proprietary payroll management software provides an unparalleled interface for consumers and personal service workers and allows our staff to spend more time helping consumers one-on-one. We offer a quick onboarding process, person-to-person customer service, quick timesheet processing and supplemental payrolls every week. We are accessible to all we serve. Website:

Convergence Concepts
Convergence Concepts provide unique environmental control solutions for people with a variety of disabilities. Our latest product is the MEDIAssistant MM101, a portable Environmental Control Unit (ECU) which lets users control electronic and electrical devices using the voice, touch, switch scanning or head tracking. The MM101 is also a Windows 8.1 based computer which provides access to the internet, email, games and other applications. Website:

Wheelchair Getaways of Colorado
Wheelchair Getaways of Colorado provides quality accessible van rentals throughout Colorado and lower Wyoming. For other locations in the area, please feel free to contact us and we can direct you to the correct office. Personalized delivery service is available to all local airports, including but not limited to Denver International, Colorado Springs, Vail, Aspen, Grand Junction, and Durango. We are Colorado's leader in accessible van rentals. We rent full size conversion vans and dropped floor mini vans. All vans are equipped with: side door entry powered lifts or ramps; four point self retracting tie down system, and federally approved seat belt systems connected to the vehicle. Standard left hand, 90 degree hand controls, six way power transfer seat in the driver position, and power side doors are available on some models. Rentals are available by the day, week, or month to match your needs. Website:

Paralyzed Veterans of America
The Mountain States Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America (MSCPVA)is a congressionally chartered, veterans service organization specializing in assisting and promoting a full lifestyle for veterans affected by spinal cord injury or neurological disease in the Rocky Mountain region of Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. MSCVPA maintains an active sports and recreation program for our members, and all people with disabilities in our region. Sports have benefits for all people with disabilities not only during rehabilitation but throughout life. Our program provide tangible health benefits, support, opportunity and camaraderie for all involved. Website:

IDEAS, Inc. is a Colorado nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower students with disabilities to reach their full potential and to provide their parents and educators the knowledge and resources needed to support them. We do this by providing innovative and engaging workshops and consultations that can be customized to meet individual needs. Website:

National Federation of the Blind of CO
The National Federation of the Blind of CO believes that blindness is not the characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we work to raise expectations because low expectations create obstacles between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want. Come by and learn about our organization and services available to the blind of CO. Website:

The Alternative School program at Laradon offers a specialized curriculum, designed to meet the needs of students between the ages of 5 and 21 with a dual diagnosis of a developmental disability and psychiatric/behavioral disorder. We focus instruction on functional academics in accordance with Colorado's education standards and teach skills that contribute to each student's ability to function in real-life situations at home, school, work and in the community. Laradon's Alternative School is accredited by the Colorado Department of Education as an Eligible Facility School. The Colorado Department of Human Services licenses Laradon's Alternative School as a Day Treatment program.

Adam's Camp 
Adam's Camp offers a variety of therapeutic and adventure programs for special needs infants through young adults and their families. All activities and types of therapies focus on each child's specific strengths and assets, providing coordinated, outcome-based treatment. Our week long programs range from our half-day Early Start (birth to 4 years) held locally in the Denver Metro area, to our individualized intensive therapy programs up at Snow Mountain Ranch in Granby, CO for the entire family, to our 5 day sleep-away camp providing a variety of activities. Website:

Advantage Advocacy and Consulting Services
I provide advocacy services to individuals and for agencies and service providers for people with disabilities and in disability law. We specialize in mental health.

Easter Seals Colorado
Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work, and play in our communities. Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs and their families live better lives for more than 90 years. Website:

All for Kids Home Health
Welcome from all for kids! We take a family-kid-centered approach and partner with you on your child's care. In working together, our clients and families experience first hand our team's shared commitment to compassion, excellence and reliability - the core values of all for kids! Website:
Door Prize: Dreamlights

Medstuff, Inc.
Medstuff is an accredited local DME company providing our clients with the most up to date technology. Recently, Colorado Medicaid passed a policy allowing tablet computers to be funded when a medically documented speech deficit has been diagnosed. One of our very own staff was a key writer of the policy in her previous work at Medicaid. Therefore, we at Medstuff feel passionate about this program and have become a specialized provider for tablet communication devices within that new policy. We are excited to bring this new option to the community. Website:
Door Prize: iPad Accessories

Adaptive Adventures
Adaptive Adventures, a Colorado non-profit organization, is in its 15th year of offering outdoor sports opportunities to people with physical disabilities. Our primary sports include skiing, cycling, paddle sports, climbing, sailing, water-skiing and scuba diving. Our winter programs include multi-day ski camps at various ski areas around the country (mostly in Colorado) and the summer programs provide weekly events at various locations and venues around the Denver metro area. Adaptive Adventures' mission is to provide progressive outdoor sports opportunities to improve the quality of life for children, adults and veterans with physical disabilities and their families. Website: