Each year Beyond Clinic Walls (BCW) hosts a health and tech expo. The event offers the chance to learn about the most up-to-date advances in healthcare as well as opportunities for people in need to live safely and independently in their homes and community. The 2021 event was held virtually April 6 and featured the following exhibitors:

The event is coordinated with assistance from Community-Engaged Learning, the Glennan Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology and support from The Robertson and Copley Fund.

Learn more about Beyond Clinic Walls

BCW is an initiative focused on providing social support and maintaining independence for people of all ages through home visits, advocacy and healthcare monitoring. Watch the video about Beyond Clinic Walls to learn more about the program.

Questions about the program or the expo? Reach out to the Event Team at bcw@evms.edu

2021 Exhibitors and Topics

Exhibitor Presentation Topic
Access Partnership Access Partnership's Donated Supplies & Equipment Program and collaboration with EVMS REMEDY Club
Alzheimer's Association Web-based technology that helps link those living with Alzheimer's and dementia with resources, services, clinical trials and community
Birdsong Tablet Keeping older adults engaged, entertained and connected to family, friends and caregivers with the touch of a button
Coastal Prosthetics And Orthotics Increasing functional independence with prosthetic technology for amputees and adaptive bracing technology for non-amputees,
such as stroke patients
EMMA Health Technologies Medication adherence and remote patient monitoring
Hampton Roads Veteran Community Partnership Veteran enrollment in the VA Caregiver Support Program and home-based primary care programs
HealthWise Teaching technology to seniors to assist their connection with the community
MI Technical Solutions, Inc.  Innovative technology products and services to support public health,
safety, and security 
Paws With A Cause An overview of the organization and a demonstration of tasks Hearing Dogs can be trained to complete
School Health Corporation PPE, assistive technologies and sensory items
to address pandemic-related concerns
Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia Programs, services and resources for older adults 60 and older
Sentara Home Care Services Demonstrations of the Personal Emergency Response System (PERS),
Telehealth At Home monitoring, and OBS monitoring
Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired Sharing technology to assist the blind and visually impaired, including apps,
to assist with reading
VBPD - Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver Explanation of the Project Lifesaver program, how it works,
and how to become a client
VirginiaNavigator Family of Websites Demonstration of free online directory that lists 26,000 resources
to assist older adults and caregivers