Registrations to attend the highly anticipated ATSA Independent Living Expo in Melbourne (24-25 May 2023) Perth (31 May – 1 June 2023) and Canberra (7-8 November 2023) are now open and the events are free to attend.
The seminar program, also free, includes many international guests, some presenting for the first time along with some returning to Australia since borders have reopened.
The program will have new panel sessions and the popular fashion show launched in Brisbane last year will be happening at all three events in 2023. The quality of the presentations at ATSA always result in high attendance and is one of the keys to why the ATSA Independent Living Expo is well respected educational event.
What’s new in 2023?
- Occupational Therapy Australia breakfast session
- Test track – check out vehicles available and test drive in Melbourne
- Sessions on airline travel and how NDIS can support your desire to travel
A first for ATSA
To recognise and celebrate assistive technology, our members and our industry leaders ATSA will hold an Awards Dinner in Perth – 31 May 2023. Join colleagues and peers for a night to remember at Frasers, Kings Park. Tickets are now available (table and single ticket options are available).
Award submissions will open in February 2023 – follow ATSA on Linkedin for more details.
Attending an ATSA Independent Living Expo has a number of benefits, including:
Learning about new technologies: These expos are a great way to learn about the latest assistive technologies that are available.
Trying out different technologies: Come try out different technologies, which can help you determine which ones might be most helpful for you.
Meeting other people: Attending an expo can be a great opportunity to meet other people who are already using assistive technologies, and to learn from their experiences.
Learning from experts: The ATSA Independent Living Expo’s feature presentations by experts in the field of assistive technologies. These can be a great way to learn more about how these technologies work and how they can be used effectively.
Getting help: Our exhibitors will have staff on hand who can answer questions and provide assistance to attendees.
Overall, attending an ATSA Independent Living Expo can be a valuable opportunity to learn about and try out different technologies, meet others who are interested in assistive technologies, and get help and advice from experts.
Save the dates and register early
Visit www.atsaindependentlivingexpo.com.au for more details and to register