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Julie Dutchess, an assistive technologist with NCDHHS, received this year’s Joy Zabala Spirit Award in recognition of her dedication and passion for utilizing assistive technology in the workplace for people with disabilities. The award was presented to her at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference last week in Orlando, Florida.

NCDHHS' Assistive Technology Program held its first in-person Annual Assistive Technology Expo event in three years on Oct. 5 at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center in Raleigh. Learn more about how the attendees learned about some of the latest advancements in assistive technology.

Two North Carolinians have received the Stephen E. Sallee Assistive Technology Award for their efforts to promote access to and use of equipment that enhances the learning, working or daily living of those with disabilities.