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The Disabilities & Assistive Technologies Expo 2014 sponsored by Assistive Technology Partners and Denver Commission for People with Disabilities took place Saturday, October 18 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

Thank you to our sponsors, exhibitors and attendees for making this year's event an outstanding success! The Expo Planning Committee would love your feedback about this year's event. Complete the online 2014 Expo Attendee Survey!

The Expo featured vendors showcasing the latest innovations in hardware, software, educational materials, Assistive Technology (AT) devices and solutions for home, school, work and play. Colorado organizations that provide services to individuals with disabilities or to those who are experiencing problems associated with aging were also present. Check out our Exhibitors Page to access the PDF of the 2014 Exhibit Hall Guide and to view a list of participating vendors.

2014 Sponsors

Thank you again to our generous sponsors!

 





 
The Denver Office of Disability Rights (DODR) is an integral part/division of the Agency for Human Rights & Community Relations. One of the primary purposes of the DODR is to coordinate and spearhead the City of Denver’s efforts to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our role is to ensure that all City services and programs are accessible to people with disabilities. The DODR also provides informal guidance and resources as it relates to accessibility and ADA to the private sector.
 


 
 
The Agency of Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP) mission is to proactively protect human rights, build capacities, and strengthen connections that result in stronger relationships in the community through collaboration, communication, and advocacy. HRPC is the model of inclusiveness, recognizing that diverse perspectives, skills and resources strengthen the foundation for lasting solutions.
 
 

 
Sprint Relay celebrates 23 years of innovative community options for individuals who are deaf, deaf-blind, experience a hearing loss or have a speech disabilities. 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 profile of services.