AccessChicago Thursday, July 19th, 2018, Navy Pier, Festival Hall B, 9am - 4pm

February 6, 2018
Presented by the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD), AccessChicago brings together over 100 exhibitors to showcase top disability-related service providers, product merchandisers, assistive technology suppliers and recreational activities under one roof.
At AccessChicago, people with disabilities and their families will have the chance to experience the newest and best products and services in an invigorating atmosphere. Please join us for a family oriented day of fun and interactive experiences including arts, crafts, gardening, sports, entertainment and more.

AccessChicago is the Midwest’s premier abilities expo – and is FREE and open to the public. 

 
AccessChicago highlights include:
 
  • Employment resources for job seekers with disabilities who receive SSI / SSDI benefits
  • Opportunities to test the newest and best disability products on the market
  • Connection to various community based resources and independent living service providers
  • Learn about available programs and services from local, state and federal government agencies
  • Arts and crafts activities for children of all ages
  • Exciting activities such as face painting, bean bag toss games and magic shows
  • Guest appearances by mascots of Chicago’s professional sports teams

 New This Year! 

 

  • Attendees can sign up online in advance via Eventbrite! Click here to sign up for AccessChicago early to avoid lines, enter raffles, sign up for MOPD news alerts mailing lists, and more! 

  • Exhibitors can now sell products and services at AccessChicago!

  • We are so excited to announce the addition of Lego Land and The DuSable Mobile Museum to our line-up for the day!

 

Access Chicago Quick Links

AccessChicago 2018 Exhibitor Rates
Exhibitor Frequently Asked Questions
Exhibitor Registration Page
AccessChicago Floor Plan
 
 

AccessChicago Thursday, July 19th, 2018, Navy Pier, Festival Hall B, 9am - 4pm

 
For more information, contact: The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities: 3 - 1 - 1 (Voice / TTY)
www.cityofchicago.org/disabilities

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Learn about new and innovative products and services for people with disabilities!

  • Show off your green thumb at horticultural workshops!
  • Enjoy arts and crafts activities and educational workshops!
  • Participate in various interactive sports activities such as wall climbing, fishing, rowing and junior kids Basketball games and sled hockey. 
  • Learn about community-based resources and government programs and services.