Visit Louisville with ADED…
Named for King Louis XVI of France in appreciation for his assistance during the Revolutionary War, Louisville was founded by George Rogers Clark in 1778. Joseph E. Seagram and Sons opened the world's largest distillery in Louisville following the repeal of prohibition. Thanks to companies such as Dupont, the city became the world's largest producer of synthetic rubber during World War II. In the reform-minded progressive era of the 1880's the city was the first in the nation to introduce the secret ballot, significantly reducing vote fraud. It was the first city in Kentucky to adopt zoning and planning measures to control and shape urban growth. Home to the first bridge designed exclusively for motor vehicles to cross the Ohio River, Louisville was also the birthplace of Mary Millicent Miller, the first woman in the United States to receive a steamboat master's license. The city has been home to a number of men and women who changed the face of American history. President Zachary Taylor was reared in surrounding Jefferson County, and two U.S. Supreme Court Justices, including Louis D. Brandeis, the first Jewish Justice, were from the city proper. John James Audubon was a local shopkeeper in the early years of his career, drawing birds in his spare time. Second Lt. F. Scott Fitzgerald, stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor during World War I, was frequent presence at the bar in the famous Seelbach Hotel, immortalized in the novel The Great Gatsby. Muhammad Ali, perhaps the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time, was born in Louisville and won six Golden Glove tournaments in Kentucky. http://www.gotolouisville.com
You are invited...
…to network with the best of the best in the field of Driver Rehabilitation.
…to learn from your peers and share your common experiences.
…to speak with manufacturers and vendors offering adaptive mobility equipment and driving solutions.
…to earn continuing education credits towards your CDRS certification renewal.
…to expand your horizons with new concepts in driver training, evaluation & equipment prescriptions.
…to see, touch, and explore new and innovative adaptive driving equipment & driving solutions.
…to sit for the DRS examination; the only multidisciplinary credentialing program in US and Canada.
ADED welcomes first time attendees. Know that you will find a group of cheerful, welcoming and helpful colleagues thrilled that you have decided to join this exciting and rewarding field. Returning attendees can expect professional, educational courses designed to increase your knowledge and enhance your skills. All attendees are sure to enjoy and benefit from time spent with our vendors who are available to answer all your questions about new and exciting equipment and driving controls.