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Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs

Events

State AT Program Leadership Symposium

April 15 - April 18, 2018

Registration is open for the AT3 Center’s 2018 Leadership Symposium for State AT Programs at the Crystal City Marriot at Reagan National Airport.

Following is the agenda outline with the added ATAP member activities. Go to the Members Only page (above) for the full agenda with the detailed ATAP membership events (Membership meeting, advocacy training, Hill briefing and Hill visits.

  • Sunday, April 15th, 1:30 pm - New Directors Pre-Conference Workshop
  • Sunday, April 15th, 4:30 pm – ATAP Member Business Meeting / Advocacy Training Review
  • Monday, April 16th – Symposium Sessions
  • Monday, April 16th , 5:00 pm – Reception
  • Tuesday, April 17th – Symposium Sessions
  • Wednesday, April 18th – Hill Briefing and Visits

Go to the AT3 Center Leadership Symposium page to register and to make hotel reservations for the Symposium.

ATAP Annual Hill Day

Every year in conjunction with ATAP’s Annual Leadership Symposium, the membership has an opportunity to spend a day on Capitol Hill. The day begins with a Hill briefing where ATAP members hear directly from Hill staff who are working on important policy issues of interest to members. Following this event, ATAP members meet with their state delegations to share their message of the importance of State Assistive Technology programs and to inform and educate staff and members about what their program is doing in their districts and states.

ATAP Annual Recognition Award

Beginning in 2015, ATAP initiated what has become an annual award to one Capitol Hill staffer that has worked to help people with disabilities and/or the Assistive Technology Act directly. This award is given each year during ATAP's annual day on Capitol Hill.

Check out ATAP's Annual Recognition Awards


A Special Thank you

2014 Special Thank You for Senator Harkin for sponsoring the original Tech Act and supporting it for 25 years.

View a video thank you for Senator Harkin