Company Name Contact E-Mail Telephone Second Rep
Caption First Inc. Joe Delulio 800-825-5234  Pat Graves
Caption First has over 17 years experience providing the highest quality CART/Captioning service to the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. We provide CART/Captioning onsite, through the internet, merged with a web cast, in a convention setting, and through teleconferences. Our various services are delivered in a timely, cost effective manner by a team of professionals offering 24/7 support to meet all of our clients’ needs.
Alternative Communication Services Philip Hyssong 800-335-0911        
    Alternative Communication Services provides the highest quality CART, remote CART, Captioning and Text Interpreting (C-Print and TypeWell). ACS is uniquely able to interface with distance learning platforms, namely Adobe Connect. Our voice-to-text services are also available in Spanish.
LecShare, Inc. Greg Kraus 919-300-7512        
    LecShare Pro allows you to create online accessible narrated presentations.
 US Dept of Health & Human Svcs, Office for Civil Rights  Doris Genco  303-844-7880          
 The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), promotes and ensures that people have equal access to and opportunity to participate in and receive services from all HHS programs without facing unlawful discrimination, and that the privacy of their health information is protected while ensuring access to care. Through prevention and elimination of unlawful discrimination and by protecting the privacy of individually identifiable health information, OCR helps HHS carry out its overall mission of improving the health and well-being of all people affected by its many programs.
 Adobe Systems Greg Pisocky 703-883-2810
Adobe Systems supports accessibility by encouraging designers and developers to produce rich, engaging content that is accessible to all. The company is committed to the development of products and formats that support accessibility.
 Enabling Technologies Kate Schenk  800-777-3687 x204  Tony Schenk
Enabling Technologies, presents, the Triple Impression, the only product that can do smooth line graphics, Braille and print, using a modified plotter. Come see our presentation in the exhibit hall. We will also have our world renowned Braille embossers, such as the Romeo and Juliet for display
 Dolphin Computer Access  Paul Thompson  609-803-2172
 Dolphin develops an array of access software for people with visual impairments who want greater access to their personal computers, PDAs, and Smartphones. Dolphin also creates intuitive tools for producing DAISY and other alternative formats.
IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Center  Guido Corona  919-447-0078  Kelly Laura
The IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Center was established in 2000 to apply research technologies to help solve problems experienced by people with disabilities. An integral part of IBM Research, today it is a worldwide organization with locations in the United States, Europe, Japan, Australia, China, India, and Brazil. The IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Center embraces a philosophy that strives to enable human capability through innovation, so everyone can reach their potential, regardless of age or ability.

Visit IBM in the exhibit area to learn about new developer tools for accessibility, advances in IBM synchronized transcription technology, and accessible kiosk applications.

LevelStar Matt Mulcahy 303-926-4334 Jones Michael
    The Icon plus Docking Station by LevelStar
—the ultra-powerful mobile manager and notetaker for the visually impaired. The
Icon is the revolutionary new, all-in-one PDA with book player, web browser, email,
music player, word processor and much more. With it’s 30GB hard drive you can store
thousands of songs and digital books. Snap the Icon into the Braille or Qwerty Docking
Station and you have a notetaker with internet connectivity and extended battery
LevelStar™ is dedicated to providing leading-edge assistive technology that levels
the playing field for the visually impaired—whether at work, school, home or on-the-go.
DO-IT Terry Thompson 206-221-4168
    DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) at the University of Washington promotes the success of students with disabilities in postsecondary education and challenging careers. It promotes the use of computer and networking technologies to increase independence, productivity, and participation in education and employment.
iCITA Jon Gunderson (217) 244-5870
    The Illinois Center on Information Technology Accessibility (iCITA) provide best practices, training and free tools to improve web accessibility. In addition to training and tools the center coordinates the formation of multi-institution consortiums to work with companies on improving accessibility of their web based services and resources. Please stop by the booth to try some of the tools and learn how you can participate in on of the consortiums to improve web accessibility.