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Mobility/Accessibility: Enabling Personal Autonomy with Technology

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Verizon Technology & Policy Center

1300 I Street NW

Suite 500E

Washington, DC 20005

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In 2018, connected devices and mobile networks converge, providing exciting ways to rethink accessibility and enhance personal independence. Parallel progression in IoT, more power software and hardware, and the advent of 5G will offer more opportunity. How do manufacturers, developers, network providers, and consumers with accessibility needs collaborate effectively? What benefits can we expect, and what challenges must we confront? Join us for a discussion on what's now, what's next, and how technology facilitates a more accessible world.

ASL interpreting and CART services will be provided.


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  • Paul Schroeder, Director of Public Policy and External Affairs, Aira
  • Lise Hamlin, Director of Public Policy, Hearing Loss Association of America
  • Henry Claypool, Policy Director, Community Living Policy Center
  • Joshua New, Policy Analyst, Center for Data Innovation
  • Savannah Schaefer, Policy Counsel, TIA
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1300 I Street NW

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Washington, DC 20005

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