PATHS features more than 70 presentations during the three-day conference. Sessions focus on assistive technology devices and services for individuals of all ages and disabilities, their families and the people who provide services to them. Information will be provided on a wide range of topics – from Internet accessibility, to recreation opportunities for people with disabilities and toy adaptation.
Persons interested in the conference should call 1-800-779-8287 for more information or if they have not already registered. A limited number of stipends are available for West Virginians with disabilities and their families.
The public is invited to see the newest assistive technology services and products, which will be on display in the Civic Center (South Hall) from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on September 14.