Assistive technology is "any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities" (Disabilities Act of 1988). Any Assistive Tech 2020 conference subject can be discussed, tho I've a special interest in virtual reality and 3D printing. RE VR, environments simulating a person’s physical presence in worlds real or imagined can help people with disabilities expand their knowledge, skills, and attitudes in ways not possible otherwise, enabling them to engage in activities relatively free from the limitations imposed by their disability, and in complete safety. VR also helps create empathy or expand knowledge in others by helping experience disabilities through simulated environments. However, current off-the-shelf VR headsets are not necessarily accessible to everyone. RE 3D printing, some of the same 3D tech making VR possible also make 3D printing possible! I have a makerspace and bunch of 3D printers, and love to discuss how 3D printing can be used in healthcare. Please, join us online in social virtual reality to discuss during the Assistive Technology Conference in Orlando.