Exhibitors/Sponsors

Who Attends?

The AET Conference attracts professionals concerned with the educational needs of individuals with learning disabilities and other learning challenges, educational therapists, psychologists, speech language professionals, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, occupational therapists, resource teachers, and administrators.

Professionals at the AET Conference play a pivotal role in the selection of educational products for their clients in clinics, schools, and private practices. Educational settings rely on the recommendations of these professionals for the purchase of the most appropriate educational materials and resources.

Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors and Exhibitors!

www.academictherapy.com
Academic Therapy Publications (ATP) is a 50-year old Publisher of Special Education materials for grade k-12. Products include standardized assessments for speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists and school psychologists, along with remedial reading materials for at risk students in grade 3-8.

www.bonnieterrylearning.com
Specializing in Educational Therapy - providing books, games, guides, and online programs proven to boost reading, fluency, comprehension, spelling, writing, English, study skills, math, and executive function. For students 1st – 12th – Adult. Developed by Educational Therapist, learning disability specialist, dyslexia, and ADHD expert Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET

www.bookshare.org/cms/
Bookshare, a Benetech initiative, is a free ebook library for students who need to read differently due to a reading barrier such as dyslexia or visual impairment. Members listen to books read aloud, follow along with highlighted text, or read in braille or large type, on a variety of devices.

www.brehm.org
Brehm Preparatory School is a family-style boarding school for boys and girls, grades 6-12 with learning difficulties/disabilities. Brehm offers a unique holistic program that individually addresses each student’s academic, emotional, and social needs.

www.bridges.edu
Bridges Academy, a college-prep school (grades 4-12) in Studio City, CA., serves twice-exceptional (or 2e) learners—students are who gifted and also have learning differences. The Bridges educational model provides engaging core classes, a rich array of electives, small class size, talent- development opportunities, project-based Intersessions, and advisory and mentoring programs

http://www.dyslexiatraininginstitute.org/
Dyslexia Training Institute’s mission is to provide quality education for teachers, educational professionals, and parents about dyslexia, interventions for dyslexia, and how to navigate the educational system. We believe information about dyslexia should not be limited by geography, so we created online interactive courses where everyone an access this information.

www.fusionacademy.com/
Fusion is much more than an accredited private middle and high school for grades 6-12 – we are a revolutionary community of learning where positive relationships and one-to-one classrooms unlock the academic potential in every student and create opportunities for emotional and social growth.


GROW BRAINS System is a patented teaching system designed by a California teacher with a Master’s Degree in Education. GROW BRAINS is unique in that the base is sheet metal and the instruction pieces are magnetic. Thus, a single platform can accommodate an unlimited number of teaching applications. 

www.irlen.com
The Irlen Method addresses reading, learning, and attention problems related to visual processing difficulties. Colored overlays and Irlen Spectral Filters are used to immediately correct reading problems affecting rate, accuracy, and comprehension and eliminate headaches, eye strain, and feeling tired or sleepy when reading and doing other visual activities. www.irlen.com

http://www.maplebrookschool.org/
We are a co-educational, international boarding and day school for students with complex learning differences. The Academic program is for ages 11–18 years working toward their high school diplomas. The Institute for Collegiate and Career Studies (ICCS) is for ages 18–21 years working toward degrees, certificates, or careers.

www.navlaw.net
In 1981, Newman Aaronson Vanaman was established as the first law firm in Southern California focused exclusively on fighting for the educational rights of children with disabilities. After 37 years, Newman Aaronson Vanaman remains the preeminent provider of specialized legal services for children and adults with disabilities and their families.

www.phonicbooks.co.uk
Phonic Books is an award winning company that specializes in publishing decodable books for beginner and catch-up readers. The three founders are dyslexia and reading specialists who have combined step-by-step phonics with imaginative stories and illustrations. Our fantastic age appropriate phonic quest series are particularly effective in motivating older, struggling readers.

www.prentice.org/
Since 1986, The Prentice School has established a reputation as one of the leading schools in Orange County for children in grades K-8 with learning differences that include dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD, and anxiety. The Prentice School’s approach has been designed to engage students on three learning pathways, including auditory, visual, and kinesthetic using evidence-based curriculum and instructional methodologies, a structured literacy approach, multi-sensory instructional strategies, and ongoing progress monitoring.

www.sdlback.com
Saddleback is the leader in high interest, low reading level curriculum solutions and quality books for students with intellectual and learning disabilities in grades 4-12.  Saddleback strives to engage each reader with age-respectful content at accessible reading levels in a variety of formats to ensure success. 

www.summitview.org
Summit View School: College preparatory program that serves students in grades K-12 with language-based learning differences. Our strong academic program is balanced with fun and rewarding enrichment classes including athletics, the arts, and community service. Summit View’s program is designed to create well-rounded students equipped with the necessary foundation, confidence, and self-advocacy skills to be successful in their future endeavors.

www.westmarkschool.org
Westmark School transforms the lives of students in grades 2-12 with dyslexia, ADHD and other language-based learning differences. Westmark’s multi-modal, research-based pedagogy provides individualized instruction based on student need and allows children to discover not only their personal academic style but their strengths and areas of need as well.

Information is available by contacting:
Becky Schlevensky
Sponsorship Sales Director
(414) 908-4949 x111
b.schlevensky@aetonline.org


Sponsor and Exhibitor Prospectus