Viva la Vida with A.T!

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Join us in Austin for Tacos and Tech!

TRANSITION is the theme for 2024- ALL of the many transitions users of A.T. experience.

Registration is open!

Early Bird Registration, Call for presenters, and Exhibitor Registration is available NOW!

  • $25 dollar discount per person for teams of 4 or more
  • Attendee Early Bird Registration $240 until 2/1/2024
  • Attendee Registration $270 after 2/1/2024

  • Exhibitor Registration $350
  • Two booth staff included, $50 for each additional staff
  • Sponsorships available, contact Angela Standridge

Welcome to TTAP’s second annual Assistive Technology (A.T.) Conference!

We invite you to join us again for amazing spotlight presenters, cutting edge concurrent sessions, and a packed Exhibit Hall showcasing all of the latest technologies!

There will be added opportunities to collaborate and network within and across professions as well as explore inter-agency connections that support the full life spectrum of Texans with disabilities, their caregivers, and their support networks.

When and Where:

Date: June 11-12, 2024


University of Texas, J.J. Pickle Research Campus

The J. Neils Thompson Commons Building (TCB), Commons Learning Center

Building Address:
2901 Read Granberry Trail
Austin, TX 78758

Campus Address:
10100 Burnet Road
Building 137
Austin, TX 78758

(please review the Commons Center Directions, Maps and Parking information for location details)

What to Expect:

  • Fabulous featured speakers
  • Concurrent sessions with a variety of AT professionals and users
  • Exhibit Hall with a variety of AT vendors
  • Networking and collaboration

Who should attend?

  • People with disabilities
  • People who are aging
  • Family members of those who have disabilties and those who are aging
  • Professionals that support assistive technology including rehabilitation, vocation, K12 education, early childhood, allied health professionals
  • Employees of state, county, and municipal agencies and organizations that support people who disabilties and those who are aging