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    Session Descriptions

    Day 1

    Education O&M Rehabilitation Deaf-blind Day 1

     Thursday

    Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 March 12

    7:30 - 9:00 Breakfast & Registration

    Session 1 Karen Blankenship Kevin Hughes Mary Lee Turner Ellie Carlson &

    Keith McGregor “Effective Humanware Low Tech Solutions:

    Instructional GPS Trekker What Do I Do with “Woof in Sign

    Practices for the this STUFF” Language!”

    Expanded Core

    Curriculum” Leader Dogs for the

     Deaf-blind

    9-11am #101 9-11am #201 9-10:30am #301

    9-noon Session 2 Cindy Holm Carolyn Briggs Richard Turner Session 1 #401 “More Games for Roundtable “The Future is Now: Session 2 #402 Teaching BVI Discussion: High-tech Solutions Students” Techniques and for Reading, Learning

     Problem Solving in and Communicating”

     Today’s O&M

     World

    11-noon #102 11-noon #202 11-noon #302

    12:00 - 12:30 Vendors - Lunch Keynote

    12:30 - 2:00 Jim Gandorf

    “AER: Now and Tomorrow”

    Session 3 Karen Blankenship Erin Rumer & Maureen Maloney David Miller

    Malinda Carlson & Sook Hee “Effective The History and

    Instructional “Is a Guide Dog Care of the Prosthetic “Learning the

    Practices for the Right for Your Eye Fundamentals of

    Expanded Core Client?” Working with Deaf-

    Curriculum” blind Individuals in

     (repeat) O&M”

    2-4pm #103 2-3:30pm #303 2-4:30pm 2-5pm

    Session 3 #203 Session 3 #403 Session 4 Cindy Holm Matt Dowling & Session 4 #204 Session 4 #404 Mary Lu “More Games for

    Teaching BVI Returning Iraq

    Students” Veterans with Post

     (repeat) Traumatic Stress

     Disorder and Vision

     Loss

    4-5pm #104 3:30-5pm #304

    5:30 - 6:30 No-host bar

    6:30 - 8:00 Banquet with Comedian Patrick Bladorn

    Session Descriptions

    Day 2

    Track 1 Track 2 Day 2

    Friday March 13

    7:30 8:30 Breakfast Breakfast

    Session 1 Thomas Miller Dr. Christy Claussen

     “Update on Low-Vision Clinic”

    “Expanded Core Curriculum 8:30-10:15am

    & and Early Childhood: Who,

    Elke Bruton What, Why and How of

    Service Provision” “Progress on Digital Technology”

    8:30-11:30am #501 10:30-11:30am #601

    11:45-1:00 Lunch & Chapter Meetings/w Lunch & Chapter Meetings/w Jim

    Jim Gandorf Gandorf

    Session 2 Erin Rumer & Dr. Ione Fine

    Malinda Carlson What Happens in the Brain of

    “Is a Guide Dog Right for People who are Blind

    Your Client?

    (repeat)

    1-3:30pm #502 1-3pm #602

    For complete Session Descriptions, Presenter Bios, and downloadable

    registration forms go to www.wssb.wa.gov and click on the AER

    Conference Information link.

    Don’t forget to make your hotel

    reservations by February 1, 2009 for

    the conference rates!

    Call 503-256-5000

    Or go to: www.hiportlandairport.com

    Remember to identify ORAER or PNWAER for conference rates!

If you are arriving by plane, courtesy shuttle from baggage claim area, dial #4.

    Just two miles southeast of the Portland International Airport just off I-205, the Holiday Inn Portland Airport is surrounded by the city’s influential business, great entertainment venues and renowned

    attractions. The hotel is adjacent to the new Cascade Station, the city’s premier shopping center.

    All the attractions of the Rose City, including The Oregon Museum of Science & Industry and the

    Oregon Zoo, are conveniently accessible from Portland’s Award-Winning MAX Light Rail System

    from Cascade Station.

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