Exhibitor List


BeautiControl

Working with students with exceptional needs is extremely rewarding, but we’d be kidding ourselves if we said it wasn’t challenging. Take some time for you. Escape the stress of the world, so that you can be rejuvenated and ready to take on every day and every challenge. BeautiControl sells beauty and spa products that are meant to help people relax, refresh, and renew! Com pamper yourself with an instant manicure – you deserve it!

 

Books Are Fun

Books and gifts sold at 40-70% off retail prices

 

Break Through Inc.

Our mission is one of rehabilitation education and advocacy for and  about people with disabilities to encourage and enlighten the public about people with disabilities in that they are people first and have rights and needs and that they also have gifts and talents to bring to the community.

 

Cerebral Palsy of Mideast Wisconsin

The mission of the corporation is to affect positively the quality of life of persons with severe disabilities, including, but not limited to cerebral palsy and the families with multiple services needs.

 

Usborne Books & More

We offer the highest quality children’s books for all ages and abilities. Materials are designed with the purpose of making learning fun. Special features include high picture to word ratio, hands-on activities, knowledge in bite-size pieces, touch and feel, internet links for further exploration, and discussion/review questions.

 

Wisconsin Institute for Learning Disabilities/Dyslexia Inc. (WILDD)

WILDD is a unique 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering professional instruction to children and adults. Their program has multiple levels of instruction that raise reading and spelling levels by four to five years on average when completed. In addition to reading and spelling WILD offers individualized instruction in written expression, grammar, and math.

 

Wisconsin Branch of the International Dyslexia Association (WIBIDA)

WIBIDA is a membership organization, dependent upon members for their volunteer efforts and funding Branch operations. Our members include parents, teachers, diagnosticians, tutors, adult dyslexics and others interested in learning credible information about reading disabilities and learning the skills needed to help remediate reading barriers. The parent organization, The International Dyslexia Association (IDA), provides members with four issues of Perspectives per year, reduced rates at the national conference, and two volumes of Annals of Dyslexia per year. It also provides discounts on most other IDA publications and the possibility of inclusion on IDA’s and the Branch’s referral lists. Membership benefits from the Branch include reduced rates at all WIBIDA sponsored local educational activities and conferences and four newsletters per year.

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