UMass/UMMHC Assistive Technology Expo

tech to address chronic conditions & disabilities

Wednesday, October 26th

UMass Medical School, New Lobby

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"AutiKnow" has leveraged information technology and advanced data analytics to create an engaging solution to help individuals on the spectrum more effectively learn and develop the life skills they need to succeed. Using our patented technology, we have improved the speed and effectiveness in teaching and reduced prep time for educators so they can spend more time teaching. The application is available in English & Spanish with built in ABA data metrics. It takes a child from early diagnosis into their adult life with its super easy customizable features, video modeling, animation, social praise, and rewards.
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Central Mass Safety Council

The Driver Evaluation and Training Program assesses drivers of all ages for the use of adaptive equipment when needed and prepares them for licensing.
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Easter Seals

Assistive Technology: all ages, all disabilities, all over Massachusetts. For someone with a disability, technology doesn't just make life more convenient; it is often the difference between independence and relying on others for the simplest of tasks.
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LoganTech is a Connecticut based company providing a range of assistive technology products. From speech and communication devices for individuals who are non-verbal with multiple disabilities to Braille-teaching, label-making devices and distribution of the HIMS products for the blind and low vision community. We also now provide key guards and mounting systems for iPads and other tablets.
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Through partnerships with community-based organizations, MassMATCH is currently creating new Assistive Tech (AT) programs and working to coordinate AT services throughout the Commonwealth. MassMATCH is one of 56 state-level AT initiatives in the United States. Our mission is to promote the use of assistive technology and assistive technology services to enhance the independence of people with disabilities, enabling equal participation in all of life's activities.
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Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC)

The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission promotes equality, empowerment and independence of individuals with disabilities. These goals are achieved through enhancing and encouraging personal choice and the right to succeed or fail in the pursuit of independence and employment in the community.
The MRC provides comprehensive services to people with disabilities that maximize their quality of life and economic self-sufficiency in the community.
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NuMotion wheelchairs

NuMotion specializes in providing complex mobility solutions, including Complex Power Wheelchairs, Manual Wheelchairs, Standard Power Wheelchairs and Scooters, and Urological Supplies.
Our team of professionals will support you throughout the equipment evaluation and selection processes, including helping you obtain the necessary medical records and documentation, applying for insurance authorizations and coverage and filing your insurance claim. We will deliver your equipment and provide training to you and your family or caregivers on how to operate. After delivery, you can count on our experienced Service and Repair teams to be there for continued assistance. As your partner in providing customized rehab solutions, our experienced, caring and professional staff will help you select the right equipment to meet any challenge and exceed your expectations.
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REquipment DME Reuse Program

REquipment offers free, refurbished durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, scooters, shower chairs, lifts and more to enable adults, seniors and children live safely and independently in their community. Devices are available for short term or long term use and delivery is available.
View our inventory of available equipment online or call 617-204-3626. Donations gladly accepted.
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Registration is currently open. Ask about registering as an exhibitor.

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Event sponsors include:
Disabilities Committee
Committee on Equal Opportunity and Diversity (CEOD)