The conference was held by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and brought together 1500 people with disabilities, service providers, IT professionals and companies to share in the technology revolution in disability services.Sign language interpreters were on hand to ensure Deaf people could participate in and learn about the technological advancements that could improve their lives.
The Apple Accessibility House proved to be popular - a purpose-built interactive exhibit which showcased the latest 'accessible' technologies. The house was separated into zones and was able to demonstrate how assistive devices, apps and accessories could help people with a disability do more around the home. Sign language interpreters were on hand to help Deaf people learn and experience the
This was a groundbreaking event and we welcome you to visit the NDIS New World Conference website to learn more.
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