17th - 20th October 2017
Come join us at the conference and try HelpKidzLearn and a wide range of Assistive Technology for yourself.
We have exciting prize draw giveaways too.
Stop by Booth 600 to see what's on offer!
Things to try
An individualized learning system that will help engage, assess and develop your students' visual learning skills.
Insight has been specifically designed to work with eye tracking technologies to analyze your students' looking behaviors. Providing the foundation visual learning skills to aid development of early language, literacy and communication using technology, preparing students for further subject specific learning and AAC readiness.
It's easy to meet your learning objectives and provide a secure foundation with personalized activities planned around the needs and interests of each individual student.
ChooseIt! Maker 3 is an immersive learning experience that offers an opportunity for you to create comprehensive, curriculum-aligned Math, English and Science content for Common Core State Standards.
An extensive collection of over 100 Games & Activities that can be accessed using a mouse and keyboard, switch(es), touch screen and eye gaze.
Games & Activities begin at an experiential and early interaction level, through the range of skills required to be able to make independent choices. Providing you with the tools to help assess a student's baseline and set achievable learning milestones.
The complete classroom solution designed to engage children with special educational needs and early years pupils. Both the ClassMate Tablet and PC come with Inclusive Technology's top 50 software titles pre-installed.
Designed for simplicity and ease of use, myGaze Assistive is perfect for those new to eye gaze and students of all levels of ability. You no longer need specialist support and training to get started.
Eye Gaze as an Assessment Tool for Students with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities.
Presenter: Nigel Wallace.
3:30pm Wednesday 18th October in Atrium 4.
We can't wait to see you there!
The exhibition hall is open to the general public on Friday, October 20th.