Save the Date!
June 3-4, 2024
Greater Phoenix Area
(venue to be announced soon)
The Institute for Human Development (IHD) and the Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP) are pleased to announce the dates for our 2024 IHD Evidence for Success Disability Conference.
For those interested in Assistive Technology (AT) and needing Continuing Education credits, our comprehensive, multi-track conference will celebrate
25 Years of Leadership in
Assistive Technology Education!
One of three tracks at our 2024 Conference, our Assistive Technology Track is designed to focus on the hottest topics in AT across a broad range of areas – providing information and insights about tools, trends, and best practices!
So Many Reasons to Attend:
- Increase your AT knowledge at Arizona’s only statewide AT Conference
- Learn about AT devices, resources, and implementation strategies
- Choose from 45+ educational sessions, led by nationally known speakers and local experts
- Network with 400+ other professionals, AT device users, and 40+ exhibitors
- Earn 12 Continuing Education contact hours
- Affordable registration fees & budget friendly rates at an exciting venue
- Student programing and special pricing
- Community Access to the Exhibit Hall (Monday afternoon – 6/3)
- Door prizes, networking reception, and more!
“You all did a WONDERFUL job with this conference! I not only enjoyed and learned from the sessions, but really enjoyed all the presenters…”-2023 Conference Attendee
One Conference – Three Tracks
- Assistive Technology
- Innovative Practices in Disability Disciplines
- American Indian / Alaska Native Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment
Participants can attend any session that they are interested in, regardless of track selected during registration
More information coming soon!
We look forward to seeing you at our 2024 conference!
As always, we are grateful to our conference partners
The Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council is supported by the Administration for Community Living (ACL), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $1,500,930 with 100 percent funding by ACL/HHS. Council effort are those of the grantee and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by ACL/HHS, or the U.S. Government. The views expressed in written materials or publication and by any speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect he official policies of the ADDPC or the Administration for community Living, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.