The 25th Annual VRATE Expo
Dear participants, sponsors, and speakers,
The Vision Rehabilitation Assistive Technology Expo Board is dedicated to hosting a diverse, equitable and inclusive event for the blind, low vision, and deaf-blind community. To ensure we are able to meet the needs of our community and to provide valuable information in a manner that meets all our participants and speaker’s needs, the 2021 VRATE planning committee has decided to postpone this year’s event until 2022. Please check back for further details.
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
Platinum $5000, Gold $1000,
Silver $500, Bronze $300
The 2020 Presentations, Demonstrations
and Topics Included::
Keynote Speaker Steve Welker. See the Agenda for more about Steve!
Life-changing access and assistive technologies for work, school, and home
Resources for those living with vision and hearing loss
Government and Community Programs and Services
Recreational activities for persons with disabilities
VRATE 2021 is
Proudly Sponsored By
A Message From The Board
To our valued partners, the VRATE Board will continue to hold the 2021 VRATE Expo using an online platform that is accessible to our attendees across the State. We regret that due to the continued uncertainty caused by coronavirus (COVID 19) VRATE has made the decision, out of an abundance of caution, to remain virtual for 2021. We want to thank everyone for your strong commitment to VRATE. Year after year, you have demonstrated the importance of having a place to network, socialize and learn about the latest technology that improve the lives of those who are blind or visually impaired. VRATE is the Southwest’s Largest & Longest Running Vision Loss/Blindness Resource Event and we want to continue this tradition. VRATE 2021 is scheduled for November 19, 2021 from 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
While we might not be together in one place for the 2021 Vision Rehabilitation Assistive Technology Expo, the Board has put together a strong line up of speakers presenting on topics that are important to our community ranging from new technologies to non-visual techniques used around the kitchen.