2016 Exhibit Area
The Exhibit Level at EdRev 2016 will be open 9 am to 3 pm. In addition to over 100 companies, schools and organizations exhibiting, there will be:
- The ever-expanding Technology Section!
- Student Art Gallery, displaying all works submitted to the Art Contest
- A range of relevant books for sale by Books Inc.
Vendors! Register for an exhibit space here.
EdRev 2016 Exhibitors
Decoding Dyslexia CA
Decoding Dyslexia CA is a grassroots movement driven by families, educators and dyslexia experts concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia. We raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support children, and inform policymakers on best practices to identify, remediate, and support students with dyslexia in public schools.
Family Resource Center at Gatepath
The Family Resource Center at Gatepath provides support and resources to families of special needs children and the professionals that serve them. Our services include parent support groups, parent mentors, warm line support, IEP training and support, bilingual Spanish support and parent workshops. All our services are FREE!
Gatepath has been “Turning Disabilities Into Possibilities” for 95 years with a comprehensive service portfolio spanning all ages from early intervention for infants to job training for adults and seniors. All programs are designed to prepare individuals with special needs to actively participate in their schools, community, workplaces and at home.
Hamilton provides Telecommunications Relay Service throughout the state under contract with the California Public Utilities Commission. California Relay service is available 24/7 at no cost and allows individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking to make and receive phone calls.
Camp Kodiak offers an integrated, non-competitive camp serving children and teens with ADHD, LD and high-functioning ASD. Social skills program, academic tutoring, 50+ sports and activities. Small cabin groups, 2-to-1 ratio, professional staff. Comfortable lakefront cabins with electricity and full bathrooms including shower. Transportation to/from airport in Toronto.
SOAR is an accredited ADHD Summer Camp, Boarding School, and GAP Year Program. We serve youth and young adults with learning disabilities (LD) and ADD / ADHD in North Carolina, Wyoming, California, Florida, and internationally! Our adventure based programs provide academic instruction, experiential education, and life skills development for youth and young adults ages 8-25. Created in 1977 by an adult with learning disabilities, SOAR provides fun and successful experiences so that participants may gain greater awareness of their own strengths and improve self-esteem and confidence.
Via Services is a private, independent non-profit dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities and special needs achieve greater self-sufficiency and lead richer lives. We have 3 programs within our organization: First Step, Via West and Altitude.
At Bound4College™ we are experts in working with students with learning differences and we honor the unique qualities they bring to their post-secondary and/or college communities. We identify which schools or programs will fit students’ needs and we empower them as we help them through the entire application process.
Chartwell educates students with dyslexia and ADHD. Lower, middle and high school students are taught from our research-based curriculum and are provided with the academic skills, confidence and creativity needed to be successful. For our high school students, the college prep program is delivered through project-based learning and field experiences.
Holden High School
Holden addresses the academic, creative, community, and social-emotional needs of teenagers in a respectful, accepting, and effective learning environment. Our small school serves students in grades 9 through 12, with a student-teacher ratio of 5:1 or smaller. Students come from all over the San Francisco Bay Area and reflect its diversity.
Landmark College was the first institution of higher learning to pioneer college-level studies for students with dyslexia. Today, Landmark offers two- and four-year degree programs for students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD, as well as summer programs for high school and college students who learn differently.
Purnell is a girls’ college preparatory boarding and day school where girls with learning differences can flourish. The school serves girls from grade 9 through 12 and also offers a one year post graduate program. Purnell is one hour from NYC and two hours from Philadelphia.
The SALT Center, at the University of Arizona, is a nationally recognized model of comprehensive, enhanced academic support services for students who learn differently. Today, nearly 550 college students with LD, AD/HD, and a range of other learning challenges utilize SALT Center services to help them earn a college degree.