Colorado Assistive Technology Expo 2024

The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE) is proud to present the third annual Colorado Assistive Technology Expo - a FREE, one-day, in-person event featuring over 30 assistive technology (AT) vendors to provide opportunities for networking, collaboration, and hands-on learning. Come experience new tools, products, and features to increase independence for all. 

Event Details

Friday, September 13, 2024

10 AM - 3 PM

The Conference Center at Adams 12 Five Star Schools

1500 E. 128th Ave.

Thornton, CO 80141


What is Assistive Technology?

"Assistive technology is any item, piece of equipment, software program, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of persons with disabilities." - (Assistive Technology Industry Association [ATIA], 2014)

Who Can Attend and Exhibit?


  • Anyone can attend. The event is free and open to the public!
  • The Expo will feature tools and technology beneficial to individuals across the lifespan, including AT for communication, mobility, school, employment, community living, and more.
  • This will be an excellent learning and networking opportunity for assistive technology specialists, special educators, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech language pathologists, reading resource teachers, instructional technology teachers, UDL/RtI coordinators, teachers of the visually impaired, administrators, paraprofessionals, individuals with disabilities, and their caregivers.
  • Earn a certificate for your time participating.
  • Swag will be available for all and door prizes for the lucky!


  • Representatives of companies that sell or promote assistive products and related services are invited to exhibit.
  • Non-profit booth pricing is available.
  • Registration will close on or before August 9, 2024. Space will be limited so register today!

2024 Exhibitors

Exhibitors will be added on an ongoing basis until registration closes. Check back again soon!

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Good Health Will

Good Health Will is a nonprofit organization based in Northern Colorado dedicated to collecting donations of medical equipment and healthcare supplies to prevent them from being discarded in landfills. Our goal is to provide cost-effective purchasing options for the public. Our inventory includes a variety of assistive equipment, such as mobility devices and adaptive utensils. While we cannot guarantee specific items due to our donation-based model, we are always on the lookout for new donations to meet the needs of our community.

Door prize: Good Health Will will be giving away a $25 Amazon Gift Card.

Forbes AAC: Access the Power of Voice

Forbes AAC

Forbes AAC is a privately held company that develops and manufactures Speech Generating Devices, software, and educational resources. For over 35 years, we have focused on serving people with communication disorders throughout the United States. Our manufacturing facility is based in Mansfield, Ohio, where we distribute our product line. We have a team of Engineers who work directly with our Speech and Language Pathologists throughout the United States to create our technologies. Our group of funding specialists work directly with Medicare, Medicaid, and Private Insurance companies to seek out funding and manage advocacy efforts for our users.

Center for Assistive Technology Training (CATT)

CATT SW (Center for Assistive Technology, Southwest Region)

CATT is a collaborative effort between the Foundation for Blind Children (FBC), the American Printing House for the Blind (APH), and the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind (AIDB). The devices are provided through APH and training is provided through CATT-employed trainers serving a six-state region: Arizona, California, Nevada, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico. Our mission is to provide assistive technology training to teachers of the visually impaired, utilizing a “train the trainer” model, while also providing training for students and families.

Relay Colorado 711

Relay Colorado

Relay Colorado, a no cost statewide program that provides Telecommunication Relay Services, also offers resources, tools, and training for individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have a speech disability.

Door prize: Relay Colorado will be giving away a personal charcuterie board set.



OATECA will share a system created to support the learning and development of individuals with significant cognitive disabilities. From comprehensive assessments to systematic data collection, we will provide examples of both; tools and the scope-&-sequence of learning necessary for progressive mastery of 163 functional skills.

Door prize: OATECA will be giving away assessment and curriculum activities that can be used in the classroom or therapy session. These activities are laminated and ready to go!



Through innovative speech-generating devices, industry-leading apps, and a variety of research-based vocabularies, PRC-Saltillo has been connecting individuals with complex communication disorders to customized AAC solutions for over 50 years. Our network of consultants leads the industry with unparalleled service and lifetime device support, helping children and adults achieve independent and interactive communication regardless of their disability, literacy level, or motor skills. From head or eye tracking to switch scanning and more, our variety of access methods unlock each communicator’s full potential for long term success. Visit us at to learn more about our full range of AAC solutions.

Show + Tell

Show and Tell

Show and Tell provides one-on-one parent advising by phone call, email, virtually, or in-person to discuss with parents their specific challenges, concerns, and goals with our parent educators who can provide tailored guidance and advice. We organize workshops, webinars and training sessions that focus on various aspects of raising a child with a disability. These sessions cover topics such as understanding special education laws, developing individualized education programs, effective communication techniques, behavior management strategies, and more. Show and Tell equips parents with the skills they need to provide the best possible care for their children as well as provides training to teens with disabilities and the professionals who serve them.

Door prize: Show and Tell will be giving away a Free Every Day Guide to Special Education Law Hanbook.

FWD Mobility

Friends with Disabilities (FWD Mobility)

Jeff and Carli are ATPs who work with a wide array of clients ranging from pediatric to adult. They both have clinical backgrounds with a strong understanding of diagnosis needs and development pertaining to adaptive equipment.

Dose Health

Dose Health

Dose Health provides innovative health solutions, including the Dose Flip, a smart pillbox to manage medications, and Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) for personal safety. Their services aim to improve medication adherence and ensure personal safety with easy-to-use, reliable technology. They support individuals through affordable, accessible health products covered by many HCBS waivers. For more details, visit 



3D-PT is a 3D printing firm owned and operated by a STEM teacher on the Autism Spectrum! 3D printing can be used to meet your IEP / 504 requirements, as well as provide STEM enrichment. 3D-PT can also provide engaging teacher PD to your staff, bringing 3D printing into your school! For more info, please email or visit 3D-PT at their booth!

Door prize: 3D-PT will be giving away a sensory go bag!

Westpeak Mobility

Westpeak Mobility

Westpeak Mobility is your local custom wheelchair company. We are Colorado’s premier resource for Complex Mobility and Rehabilitative Equipment. Westpeak Mobility is locally owned and operated with over 30 years of Complex Mobility experience. Whether we are providing a new custom power, manual wheelchair, or servicing equipment, our goal is to provide an exceptional patient experience. With corporate offices in Colorado Springs, Westpeak Mobility also services Denver and the entire Colorado front range. Westpeak Mobility offers the following products and services: Standard and Complex Power Wheelchairs, Custom Manual Wheelchairs, Rehabilitative Gait and Walking Aids, Alternative Drive Controls, Seating and Positioning Systems, Equipment Service and Repair, Preventative Maintenance, Pediatrics. 



Clevy is specialized in mechanical keyboards, headphones and mouses that are made for children and people with certain disabilities.

Action Seating and Mobility

Action Seating & Mobility

Action Seating and Mobility is a Complex Rehab Equipment company. We take pride in being  quick to respond to our clients needs. We  are located south of Downtown Denver. The area of coverage we provide is south to Colorado Springs and north to Fort Collins. We would love the opportunity to help keep your clients moving.

Nanopac: Technology for Independence Since 1987

Nanopac, Inc. and MagniSight of the Rockies

NanoPac, Inc. provides technology-based assistive products to aid people with vision, hearing, and/or mobility loss.  Including but not limited to video magnification, screen readers, electronic braille devices, Text-to-Speech devices, computer configuration, etc. Call 918-665-0329 or 800-580-6086 for more information.


Numotion Speech Services

Colleen Krummenacker, M.A., CCC-SLP is an Augmentative and Alternative Communication Specialist and Consultant with Numotion Speech Solutions in Colorado. Numotion Speech Solutions is a distributor of speech-generating devices and partners with manufacturers including Smartbox, Control Bionics, Logan's Tech, Lingraphica, and Eye Gaze Inc. We offer a wide variety of speech-generating devices with varying access methods from direct selection to eye gaze. Alternative access tools and mounting support is also available.

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind

The Communications Technology Program (CTP) provides communications resources and tools, such as amplified and captioned phones, smartphones, and tablets, as well as ring signalers and neck loops or headsets and specialized equipment at no charge to qualified deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind. This technology gives a person access to family and the community at large.

Permobil Foundation

Permobil Foundation

As the philanthropic arm of Permobil, the Permobil Foundation is a non-profit organization that believes that regardless of disability, everyone deserves a chance to reach their dreams without limitations. No person should be excluded from opportunity due to a disability.  Independent mobility is a basic human right. This is the heart of why Permobil cares. The Permobil Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life by empowering strength and independence to provide support and services so individuals can live a life without limitations.

Townsend Rep Group

Townsend Rep Group (TRG)

We represent manufacturers across the Complex Rehab equipment industry that offer world class products fitting multiple diagnoses.

Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Brain injury can be hard to see and understand, but at Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, we get it. We know each person with a brain injury is unique and can be struggling with so many things. Every day, we provide the support, connections, and available resources that survivors and their support network need. Because when we do, survivors of a brain injury have a chance to thrive. Vision: That all persons with a brain injury thrive in their community. Mission: To provide the support, connections, and available resources that survivors and their support network need. The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

JAECO Orthopedic

JAECO Orthopedic

Since 1955, family-owned JAECO Orthopedic has been dedicated to empowering lives with our specialized upper extremity assistive devices. We craft innovative solutions that enhance residual motion and independence for our customers. Experience the JAECO difference and discover how our commitment to quality and care makes a profound impact on mobility and daily living.

Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE)

CU Denver

The Hub, Bioengineering

1224 5th Street

Suite 130

Denver, CO 80204


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