From Access to Achievement: Assistive Tech Vendor Fair

Got-Autism participated in the Spring AAC/AT Vendor Fair in Lima, Ohio today.  The purpose of the vendor fair was to bring together regional vendors whose products help increase accessibility and / or communication in academic settings for Ohio students with disabilities.  Vendors’ products were on display and vendors showcased their products/ services in classroom break-out sessions.   Attendees included school district administrators, teachers, para-professionals, parents, therapists, and other care-providers.   This was a wonderful opportunity to share the Got-Autism story, our mission, and our product line.   Got-Autism is a unique company offering a one-stop shop for all things autism:  educational, therapeutic, and practical life products.   Got-Autism also offers a vast array of resources for both parents and professionals.  The fair was jointly sponsored by both Region 1 & Region 6 State Support Teams, as well as the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI).  It was a great day for educators, administrators, and parents to come together to learn more about the latest resources that can help close the achievement gap for students with disabilities.