Please take a moment to visit our sponsors and exhibitors virtual booth to connect and learn about a wide range of products and services.
Contact: Zach Gordon
AAIDD is the definitive membership organization and the authoritative source of information for those in the intellectual disability profession. AAIDD publishes high-quality, essential books for professionals and others in the disabilities field and related human services professions.
Contact: Jerri McCandless
ANCOR’s 1,600+ members provide services to more than a million individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. ANCOR supports its members by advocating for sensible federal policies, offering dynamic education opportunities, championing solutions to the workforce crisis, building business acumen and more. Learn more and join today at ancor.org.
Contact: Courtney Heiser
The Benchmark Human Services provides direct services and consultation to reduce costs and increase quality for public and private entities supporting persons with disabilities. Benchmark is recognized as a national leader
in empowering persons with complex behavioral and medical challenges to live in the community and achieve their full potential.
Contact: Seth Petre
Since 1969, CQL has been a leader in working with organizations and systems to define, measure, and improve quality of life and services for people with disabilities. CQL offers accreditation, training, certification, research, and consultation services to agencies that share our vision of dignity, opportunity, and community for all people.
Contact: Alexandra Bonardi
For 45 years, the Human Services Research Institute has been working with self-advocates and families to research effective community-based services and supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We've been excited to assist agencies in moving consistently in the direction of higher-quality, more person-driven services and supports.
Contact: Jerry Smith
The Institute on Community Integration (ICI) at the University of Minnesota improves policies and practices to ensure that all children, youth, and adults with disabilities, and those receiving educational supports, are valued by and contribute to their communities of choice.
Contact: Maddie Pfeiffer
IntellectAbility created the first and most comprehensive suite of risk resolution and learning tools for professional supporters: tools that empower, educate, and inform those responsible for protecting, maintaining, and restoring health and a good quality of life for people with IDD. IntellectAbility replaces risk with health and wellness.
Contact: Chris Baglio
Liberty has 34 years of diverse experience delivering services and managing programs that support individuals with I/DD. Our values and experience are guided by national frameworks (e.g., Charting the LifeCourse) and subject matter experts. As a QIO-like Entity, our work includes transitional support, HCBS quality services, and independent assessments.
Contact: Marion Olivier
“Qlarant is nationally recognized for supporting state systems that deliver services to individuals with I/DD. Our expertise is quality improvement and assurance — establishing provider performance standards and person-centered data collection solutions. Our methodologies include state-specific tools that drive provider quality initiatives to improve services and outcomes for individuals.”
Public Partnerships | PPL supports individuals with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and aging adults in their choice to remain in their chosen homes and self-direct their own long-term care. As the nation’s largest and most experienced financial management service provider, our mission is to make self-directed home care easier for all.
Contact: Donald Taylor
TASH advances equity, opportunity and inclusion for people with disabilities, with a focus on those with the most significant support needs, in the areas of education, employment and community living through advocacy, research and practice.
Contact: Kristen Loomis
The National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities is a partnership of eighteen developmental disabilities organizations. The Consortium offers intensive in-person and virtual leadership training opportunities and institutes designed to meet specific needs of disability organizations. The goal is to assure the quality and commitment of the next generation of leaders.