Vendors & Service Agencies

AT NOW! 2019 February 7, 8 and 9 | Salem, OR

Universal means ALL!!

Access Technologies, Inc. -

Get up close and personal with Assistive Technologies whose goal is to better the lives of individuals with disabilities in their work, home, and school environments.

Access Technologies, Inc. maintains an Assistive Technology library with over 2000 products. Stop by our table and ask about our hands-on, guided AT Demonstrations and Device Loan Library options.

Assistive Learning Technology Consulting

I consult and train college-aged students or parents that have students who struggle in school. Through informal evaluation, I match up students with AT, based on their strengths and areas of focus. I then train the family/individuals on the AT and allow them to practice. If the desired outcomes are not achieved, we will continue to trial different options to ensure we've bridged any gaps in their learning processes. I also provide advocacy services to parents in the area of AT during IEP and 504 meetings. is an experiment in solving problems in Assistive Technology using the skills and tools of the Maker community. In short, we’ve seen tools in the Open-Source Hardware and Software community that can be incredibly useful for people with severe physical and cognitive challenges – we’d like to help introduce these communities to each other.

Founded by Bill Binko, co-founder and principal technologist at, we hope to provide descriptions and instructions that allow a community of Makers (for example a high-school robotics club or regulars at a MakerSpace) to build customized technology solutions for Assistive Technology Professionals and individuals whose lives would be enriched by them.


Cognitopia offers an integrated self-determination software platform for people with cognitive challenges, to help improve independence with person-centered ePortfolios and IEP self-direction, goal tracking and progress sharing, and a library of task analyzed routine activities using text, images, and video modeling.

FACT Oregon

FACT empowers Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.

I Want to Tell You Books

The I Want to Tell You Book Series is an early communication tool to assist young children with speech delays. The series covers core words and language young children desire to use, in a soundboard book format, in addition to incorporating clear sign language photos. The series combines sign language, early push-to-speak buttons, and picture exchange for communication. The words are clearly labeled under the photographs as well, for sight word recognition. The series is a precursor to a communication device and appeals to the interests of young children, motivating them to want to communicate and engage.

International Dyslexia Association - Oregon Branch

The International Dyslexia Association Oregon Branch focuses on increasing public awareness of how dyslexia affects both children and adults. We believe all individuals have the right to achieve their potential, that individual learning abilities can be strengthened, and that social, educational, and cultural barriers to language acquisition and use must be removed. Assistive Technology plays a big role in helping those with dyslexia reach their goals. IDA-Oregon Branch can learn from those attending and exhibiting at the conference, and participants can learn that we are a helpful resource for those with dyslexia.

Learning Ally

Learning Ally is a leading nonprofit education solutions organization that transforms the lives of struggling learners by delivering proven solutions that help students reach their potential.

Makers Making Change

We connect makers to people with disabilities who need assistive technology.

Northwest Access Fund

The Northwest Access Fund is a nonprofit community development financial institution serving individuals with disabilities and their families in Oregon and Washington. We offer low interest loans and matched savings accounts for purchases of all types of assistive technology devices and services and also for "business" equipment needed for employment or self-employment. We also offer financial capability counseling including help with saving, budgeting, debt reduction and information and referral regarding relevant financial resources including Able Accounts. Conference participants will benefit from learning about our services and how we can work with schools, DVR, and other agencies to help families pay for the AT they need to live independently and to succeed at school, at work, and in the community.

Oregon Talking Books

The Oregon Talking Book and Braille Library, a division of the State Library, is a free library for any Oregonian with a print disability, which includes visual, physical, and reading impairments. Though physically located in Salem, we loan Braille and audio books and magazines to eligible readers across the entire state. All lending is done free through the mail or via download.

Talking Books is the regional library in Oregon for the Library of Congress’ National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) network. We are funded entirely by state, federal, and donation funds.

Prentke Romich

For over 50 years, PRC has led the industry in providing AAC solutions with advanced communication technology and language development systems. Visit us and learn more about our latest AAC solutions, including devices, Unity® language updates and more. An employee-owned company since 2004, we are fully committed to our motto, “Everyone deserves a voice.”

Quantum Rehab

Quantum Rehab® is a premier global innovator of consumer-inspired complex rehab products, including the Edge® 3, 4Front®, Quantum Series power bases, iLevel® seat elevation technology, TRU-Balance® 3 Power Positioning Systems, Q-Logic 3 Advanced Drive Control System, and Stealth Products® positioning components.


Saltillo designs and manufacturers high tech augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices for individuals who struggle with verbal communication. Participants will learn about the variety of products we offer along with the support and resources we provide for each AAC system.


At Texthelp, we focus on helping everyone read, write, and communicate with clarity in class, at work, and in life. We make technology that helps students read and respond to content. Best known for our flagship Read&Write literacy tools, we also offer EquatIO for math, Fluency Tutor for reading, and WriQ for writing.


Vispero is the world’s leading assistive technology provider for the visually impaired. We have a long history of developing and providing innovative solutions for blind and low vision individuals that help them reach their full potential.

Oregon Technology Access Program

1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd., Suite 110

Roseburg, OR 97470