The PAR Solutions Conference is a three-day event brings together stakeholders interested in learning about solutions and updates in Pennsylvania's Intellectual Disability and Autism (ID/A) Services. SimplyHome will be exhibiting.
The 2019 Council on Quality and Leadership Conference will take place in Baltimore, MD. SimplyHome’s Jason Ray will be presenting on “Partnerships for Lasting Independence with Enabling Technology” with Nick Filarelli and Susan Arwood of Core Services of Northeast Tennessee.
The 5th Regional Aging in Place Conference will take place Tuesday, October 29, 2019 in Port Washington, New York. This year’s conference will focus on the VA Mission Act and Entitlements, Medicare 2020 Updates, and vendors specializing in senior services. SimplyHome will be represented by Meghan O’Sullivan.
The 2019 Fall Conference of the Developmental Disabilities Provider Association (DDPA) will be held Oct. 29-30 in Little Rock, Arkansas. SimplyHome’s Director of Education Cameron Kempson will be presenting on “Introduction to Enabling Technology: Where Innovation and Independence Meet.”
The NJACP 36th Annual Statewide Conference will be held November 14-15 in Atlantic City. SimplyHome will be represented by Meghan O’Sullivan, regional representative for New Jersey, and by President Jason Ray, who will be presenting on smart home technology for independence.
Hosted by the Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey (SHA NJ), the theme of this year’s conference is “Many Homes, One Community: Innovative Options for Supportive Living.” It will take place on December 6, 2019, in Somerset, New Jersey. Meghan O’Sullivan will be representing SimplyHome at the conference. Learn more about this conference.
Tech:Fest Colorado is being held in conjunction with the Coleman Institute Annual Conference on Cognitive Disabilities and Technology. SimplyHome’s Drue Ray will be part of a panel on Remote Supports, and will be exhibiting.
Presented by the Oregon Resource Association (ORA), the NW Conference on Disability Services is the premier regional event for professional development in disability services. This year’s three-day event is themed “Inclusion Elevates All” and will take place in Bend, Oregon. SimplyHome will be presenting on “Preparing Your Organization for Technology.” Learn more about this conference here or at the ORA website.
Mission Family Support Network presents the 9th Annual conference on Transition to Adulthood for all WNC youth and young adults with disabilities. SimplyHome’s Director of Education, Cameron Kempson, will be presenting at this conference.
Tennessee DIDD’s 3rd Annual Enabling Technology Summit will be held on September 25-26 at the Hotel Preston in Nashville. SimplyHome is an Enabling Technology and education partner with Tennessee DIDD, providing technology for many of the individuals involved in the pilot program. More details will be posted here as they become available.
The 2019 New Jersey Governor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development will gather industry experts and decision-makers in business and government, housing and economic development, and the nonprofit community. SimplyHome will be represented by Meghan O’Sullivan, who will be presenting on Sept. 16th from 2:30-3:45.
The DC Coalition of Disability Service Providers will host its annual DSP Conference at the Kellogg Conference Center located at Gallaudet University on Sept 12, 2019. This year’s conference theme is “DSPs – Our Rock Stars of Supports.” Learn more about the conference here. SimplyHome’s Jason Ray will be presenting on technology with Precious Myers-Brown at 11 AM on September 12th.
The Arkansas Waiver Assocation’s Annual Conference will take place July 10-12, 2019, at the Hot Springs Convention Center in Hot Springs, AR. This year’s conference theme is “Innovations & Opportunities in the New System,” and features Cameron Kempson, Director of Education at SimplyHome, as a keynote speaker!
The ARRM Annual Conference is the largest educational event focused on front-line support staff and middle management development in Minnesota, drawing more than 550 DSPs, site supervisors, program managers, program directors, executives and more.
SimplyHome will be presenting on “Creating Opportunities for Lasting Independence with Enabling Technology” with Ashley Berkanek of Bear Creek Services and Matthew Hansen of Mercarik.
SimplyHome Representative Meghan O’Sullivan (RN, MS) will be leading a discussion on how to successfully integrate assistive technology into a person-centered life. She will share stories of individuals thriving in their journey to independence with the support of technology. Meghan will review a variety of concerns that people may have, and how SimplyHome systems can send alerts to individuals, families, or a circle of support.
The InterAgency Council of DD Agencies, Inc. presents its 8th Annual Conference "Resolute Mission: Evolving to Excellence" at The CUNY Graduate Center located in New York, NY.
Meghan O’Sullivan, Managing Member, At Home Technologies will be presenting on “Enabling Technologies: Where Innovation and Independence Meet.” Meghan will be representing SimplyHome at this conference.
The SHA Membership Meeting will take place Wednesday June 5, 2019, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM at The Mary Roebling Building, Room 219, 20 West State Street, Trenton, New Jersey. SimplyHome is the breakfast sponsor of the event. Meghan O’Sullivan will be representing SimplyHome and sharing about the possibilities of assistive technology. Find out more here.
The National Association of Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals will host the 2019 TEC (Technology Enhancing Capabilities) Conference on June 5, 2019, at the NIU Conference Center located in Naperville, IL.
Harold Sloves, the leader of Tennessee’s Enabling Technology Movement and supporting projects, will be the keynote speaker. He will lead a session entitled, “So You Want to be a Technology Provider – Do You Know Why?” He will share Tennesee’s journey in becoming a “Technology Now” state. SimplyHome is an enabling technology vendor and education partner with the Tennessee DIDD Enabling Technology pilot.
The Tennessee Disability MegaConference is Tennessee’s largest disability-specific conference for individuals with disabilities, families, and professionals. SimplyHome’s Jason Ray will be joining with Audria Frattini (of Prospect, Inc). and Nick Filarelli (of Core Services of Northeast TN) to share compelling stories from TN DIDD's new Enabling Technology pilot program. The conference will take place at the Nashville Airport Marriott May 23-24, 2019.
The Railway of Change is a gathering that invites people to “share, learn, reflect and renew our commitment to supporting people to have positive control of the lives they choose to live!” SimplyHome will be presenting on enabling technology at this conference held in Gatlinburg, TN.
Join SimplyHome’s CEO Allen Ray as he leads a discussion on how to successfully integrate assistive technology into any person-centered organization. He will highlight specific technologies that can address your concerns while exploring the funding options that are available in the state of Alabama. This event is hosted by United Ability in Birmingham, AL.
Medina County (OH) Board of Developmental Disabilities will host an all-day conference for DD Professionals. The “Remote Supports: Empowering Independence for Technology” conference will take place April 18, 2019, 8:30am-4:00pm.
Allen Ray, CEO of SimplyHome, will serve as the keynote speaker.
The 18th Annual Full Lives Conference for Direct Service Professionals & Care Coordinators will take place April 10-12 in Anchorage, Alaska. The theme this year will be Supporting the Future of our Workforce. This conference is co-hosted by the State of Alaska Senior & Disability Services and by the Alaska Training Cooperative. SimplyHome will be represented by our partners at FeelSafe Technology.
SimplyHome is proud to announce a special presentation at the 2019 New York Alliance Conference. “Doing My Own Thing: Transition to Independence Using Enabling Technology” will be a joint presentation featuring Colleen, an individual who recently transitioned from a 24-hour supervised living environment into a place of her own; some of the DDINY staff who support Colleen in attaining new levels of independence; and Meghan O’Sullivan, SimplyHome enabling technology partner.
This is a Tech:Fest preview event for provider agencies, case managers, other professionals, guardians, self-advocates, and anyone interested in innovation in disability services. This is a mini Tech:Fest giving you a glimpse of a full Tech:Fest scheduled for June 2019.
Missouri AAIDD and Disability Cocoon are teaming up to bring a new way of learning the latest and greatest in disability technology. The inaugural, one-day disability technology festival will be held on March 14, 2019 in Saint Louis at Innovation Hall!
SHA's annual conference will take place on December 7, 2018.
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The conference is an educational and networking opportunity for housing and service providers, community planners, housing developers, public officials, families/consumers and those interested in promoting supportive housing for people with special needs and advancing supportive housing. The conference draws an average of over 400 attendees and addresses state, regional, and national issues.
This year's NJ Supportive Housing Conference theme, "Great Expectations – Building on the Past, Envisioning the Future," acknowledges the many achievements that have moved supportive housing forward over the last 20 years while highlighting the exciting innovations taking place across the country. Our industry's continued and persistent drive to provide homes and services for people of low income and with special needs continues to push the boundaries of independence and integration. This year's conference will focus on how developers, service providers, advocates, families and consumers are creating new partnerships and targeting resources to increase the community living options for people with special needs.
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The Brain Injury Association of NC (BIANC), in collaboration with the Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC), is offering this interprofessional conference on November 30 & December 1, 2018, at MAHEC in Asheville, NC. This conference will enable healthcare providers to help people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and their families have hope as challenges occur during recovery. Topics will be addressed by expert speakers and survivors of traumatic brain injury. TBI survivors and family members are invited to join the conference on the second day and must pre-register.
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