Columbia, SC

U of SC Assistive Technology Program Hosts 30th Anniversary Expo


Columbia, South Carolina - The University of South Carolina Assistive Technology Program will be hosting the 30th Annual South Carolins (SC) Assistive Technology EXPO on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln Street, Columbia, SC 29201

The SC Assistive Technology Expo and is the go-to source for people with disabilities, their families, seniors, veterans, and healthcare professionals. Attend the Expo and learn about new possibilities, new solutions and new opportunities to change your life. This is the only Assistive Technology event in South Carolina where attendees can explore the exhibit hall for the latest products and services, attend sessions to receive free CEU credits while learning about the latest and most up-to-date information about assistive technology.

The Expo normally hosts more than 70 business and agency exhibits, as well as workshops on a variety of assistive technology topics. This is a great opportunity to interact with more than 850 attendees, including persons with various types of disabilities, their family members and caregivers, teachers, therapists, rehabilitation professionals, service providers, medical personnel, college students, information technology personnel, and senior citizens.

Breaks between workshop sessions to allow plenty of time for attendees to see exhibits and visit with representatives, agencies and organizations.
The Columbia Convention Center will be the site of the SCATP Expo.Photo byCourtesy of Google Images

About the Expo

  • Date:  March 7, 2023 
  • Time:  8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Place:  Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln Street, Columbia, SC 29201 (Map)
  • Registration:  Free and open to the public,
  • Target Audience:  People with disabilities, their families, seniors, educators, veterans and healthcare professionals.

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About the SC Assistive Technology Program

The South Carolina Assistive Technology Program (SCATP) uses technology devices and services to help people with disabilities live, work and learn more independently. We are federally funded and part of a national network that provides the devices that increase, maintain or improve functional capabilities for people with disabilities. Visit for more information.

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