I called Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo today to thank her for her sponsoring A10457 the vision impairment specialist licensure bill. Will you?
There are 10 Days left to the NYS legislative session.
It is time for everyone who supports licensure for O&M Specialists to call Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo’s office to thank her and to ask her to get the bill to an assembly floor vote as she did last year!
Albany office 518-455-5431
District office 607-723-9047
Please help us mobilize as many calls as possible from interns, students, trainees, colleagues, staff, parents and consumers familiar with the issue of VRT and O&M licensure
She needs to hear our thank you’s and our encouragement.
Every call and letter counts !
From Nancy M.
I am pleased to announce that I have successfully created the first prototype Toddler Cane for toddlers with visual impairments. See my video to learn more!!
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Posted in ACVREP, Blind, Canes, distance learning, early intervention, human service, Hunter College
Tagged Blind, cane travel, careers, daily living skills, education, graduate school, Hunter College, job placement, Orientation and Mobility, vision rehabilitation therapy
Please review this video and take 9 question survey about this wearable mobility device idea-
The survey is at – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Z5B77RF
The video is at – http://youtu.be/m7ylltEAdJA
Tucson, Arizona. The Board of Directors of The Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals (ACVREP) announces the appointment of Kathleen E. Zeider as President of the organization effective immediately. Ms. Zeider has been serving as Interim President since July 2014.
In making the announcement Jay Stiteley, Board Chair, stated “This appointment recognizes the contribution that Ms. Zeider has made to the organization over the past 4 months and demonstrates the Board’s confidence that her collaborative leadership style will enable ACVREP to play an important role in strengthening our field”.
If you have any questions about this announcement please contact the ACVREP offices at 520 887 6816.