The Workshops (and the Fantastic New Tech products) That Define the Latest Abilities Expo

By , March 28, 2018 9:21 pm

The Abilities Expo is a celebration of perseverance, determination, and good-old ambition. Continuing to pursue dreams is the right of every person in the world, and the Abilities Expo is an expression that anyone, no matter the obstacles, can continue and succeed.

The Abilities Expo specifically highlights these goal achievements and successes under the umbrella of disabilities. The very word suggests a disabled-ability to do something. On the surface, this may be true. But, the Abilities Expo suggests that it is rarely that simple.

The Workshops

The Expo is a celebration of many things through the lens of learning and participating. A number of workshops are at various panels. One such panel is the Assistive technology Showcase. It will feature cars, cell phones, and other innovations in technology that are designed to improve use for the disabled.

Guests could find simple little things, like memory foam mattresses, to complex things, like self-driving cars in an open lot track. There are workshops designed around community, such as the “Care for the Caregiver” and the workshop on pediatrics. Through all this, the event holders want people to have a good time. They can learn about pediatrics one hour while playing games and getting free stuff the next.

The Products

There is money to be made providing great products for the disabled community. Many companies have sought to find some pretty fantastic solutions to common problems. At the Abilities Expo, participants can try out the tools, gadgets, and products. They can offer their insight into making it better and even get a few free goodies to take home. The event is an opportunity for businesses to present products directly to their clients and an opportunity for visitors to test it out and make their lives easier.

The Abilities Expo is growing every year, and it is giving a voice to many who felt like third-rate citizens. Visit for more details about the Abilities Expo. Gamers can go to E3. Comic and media fans have Comic-Con. Now, people with disabilities have an event that doesn’t pander, doesn’t assume, and brings greater ease and success to their lives.

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