Register Now for the AT Makers’ Fair!

Maker work space with people working at a wooden table. Behind them above on the wall are the words, Create, Tinker, Fail. A Makers Making Change poster is discernable as well. Superimposed is the Assistive Technology Makers' Fair logo with AT in a gear and scissors cutting out the perimeter.
Photo credit: Makers Making Change

Registration is now open for the inaugural Making AT for All Conference and Expo happening September 29, 2018! The Fair will bring together 200+ individuals from across the nation to develop innovative skills and create devices that maximize independence and participation for persons with disabilities.

Come to learn from AT maker-movement leaders and get hands-on (while earning CEUs). The Fair will provide the methods, materials, and know-how needed to efficiently create everyday solutions. This is a novel just-in-time approach to acquiring AT for use at school, home, work, and play.

The day will feature a Make AT Cafe makerspace, an AT Invention Contest, maker workshops, an exhibition hall of vendors/program booths and keynotes from Bill Binko, founder of ATMakers.org and Therese Willkomm, Ph.D., Director of ATinNH!

Who should attend?

Individuals with disabilities, family members, caregivers, educators, administrators, therapists, and program directors. Anyone interested in making assistive technology! Novice to veteran makers of all ages and abilities are welcome.

Where?

The Grappone Conference Center
70 Constitution Avenue
Concord, NH 03301

When?

September 29, 2018
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

How Much?

$199 for the day: includes materials to make 5 devices, lunch, refreshments and CEUs (NHOTA, NH-ASHA, ASHA, and RESNA ATP)!

Organizers are ATinNH, ATMakers.org, AT3 Center, Adaptive Design Association, fabricATe, Makers Making Change, MassMATCH, and Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT).

A collage of 6 images showing AT makers and hackers. First row: a woman smiling and holding up her low-tech creations, a group of numbered tools and materials, a woman kneeling smiling with her fabricated pediatric seat. Bottom row: a man soldering, a smiling young boy in a cardboard seat, a group of teens hacking plush toys.
Photo credits: ATinNH, Adapted Design Greater Philadelphia, Makers Making Change and ATMakers.org

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