[wisconsin] Oct. 22-4 conference in Madison of possible interest
Schneider, Katherine S.
SCHNEIKS at uwec.edu
Mon Aug 16 22:15:24 GMT 2010
Join Blind and Visually Impaired Consumers and Professionals
Going to Madison, Wisconsin on October 22-24, 2010 for the
Vision Midwest Conference
Where can you go to a blind bowling tournament and touch a 2,000 year old sculpture at a museum? Where can you find professional presentations on VIP careers and the latest in adaptive technology, cell phones and computers? From stem cell research to teaching with "A Tactile Guide to the Solar System" the first annual Vision Midwest Conference welcomes you with diverse programming. Brought to you by the new nonprofit 12 State, Inc., the conference features VIP sports, an Assistive Technology Training, an APH National Instructional Partnership on Adaptive Physical Education and Children with Visual Impairment, and over 120 sessions focused on blindness and visual impairment.
So, what's it going to cost me? With hotels about $90 a night double occupancy (including tax) and $35 for conference registration (some sports, special events and ACVREP professional education credits a bit extra) - this is an affordable conference for you - and your family and friends too! You can register for the conference at http://www.12state.org/register
Need more information? Go to www.VisionMidwest.org <http://www.visionmidwest.org/>
See you in October at the Vision Midwest Conference!
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