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    "Exploring All Options'' AER International All-Orientation Mobility Conference 2013
    (2015) PAP111S1 - Mining the Potential of the Aging Brain using O&M Strategies
    (2015) PAP112S1 - Triggering Vision in the Aging Brain using CVI Strategies
    (2015) PAP114S1 - Active Learning Center in a Residential Facility for Aging Developmentally Delayed
    (2015) PAP117S1 - The Big D: Driver Assessment and Pre-road Training a Protocol that Works
    (2015) PAP118S1 - Physical Activity Promotion for Adults with Visual Impairments
    (2015) PAP119S1 - Living Confidently with Dual Sensory Impairment (DSI)
    (2015) PAP121S1 - Myths and Miracles of Medical Marijuana
    (2015) PAP122S1 - Living Without Barriers: Promoting Social Inclusion and Accessibility Within Senior Living Facilities
    (2015) PAP124S1 - Vision Rehab and the Oldest Old; More than just more candles
    (2015) PAP127S1 - Functional Skills and Quality of Life of Veterans with Vision Impairments
    (2015) PAP128S1 - Themes from a National Conversation on Aging and Vision Loss
    (2015) PAP129S1 - Vision Loss, War, and Trauma: Effects on the Individual and Vision Rehabilitation
    (2015) PAP132S1 - Low Vision Lighting: Its Important But How Important?
    (2015) PAP133S1 - Yoga for Visually Impaired People (VIP Yoga)
    (2015) PAP134S1 - Tips and Techniques to Live Well: New Low Vision Focus @ Hadley
    (2015) PAP136S1 - Promoting Positive Retirement with Vision Loss: A Holistic Approach
    (2015) PAP140S1 - Accessibility of Hotels and Accommodations for Individuals with Visual Impairments or Deafblindness
    (2015) PAP143S1 - eSight Eyewear, a Remarkable Wearable Video Device: User Experience and Feedback
    (2015) PAP144S1 - Balance in Adults with Visual Impairments and Blindness
    (2015) PAP145S1 - Seeing Things You Know Are Not There: A Qualitative Study
    (2015) PAP147S1 - Rehabing Veterans and Newly Blinded individuals Through Goalball and Paralympic Sport
    (2015) PAP152S1 - Deciphering the World of Vision Rehabilitation for Families and Other Professionals
    (2015) PAP159S1 - Designing and implementing new internal referral pathways to rehabilitation service
    (2015) PAP160 - Improvement of Flciker Sensitivity and Attention in Hemianopic Visual Field
    (2015) PAP161S1 - You Ain't Seen the Half of It! Approaches in Treating Unilateral Neglect
    (2015) PAP163 - Diabetes-Self Management: How We Help Our Clients
    (2015) PAP165 - Accessible Transportation Technologies Research Initiative (ATTRI)
    (2015) PAP167 - Training and Technical Assistance Resources for the Older Blind Program
    (2016) 103 - S.O.A.R.: A Summer Residential Program focusing on O&M and Adapted Living Skills
    (2016) 104 - Expanded Core Curriculum in Schools for the Blind
    (2016) 106 - The Current and Evolving Status of the Profession of Orientation and Mobility
    (2016) 107 - The What, Why, and How of Document Accessibility
    (2016) 108 - The Virtual Water Cooler: Media for Teachers' Informal Learning for Technology Proficiency
    (2016) 116 - Thoughtful Choices: Literacy Instruction for Beginning Braille Readers
    (2016) 117 - Adapting to a Changing Educational and Professional Landscape
    (2016) 121 - Technology's role in diagnosing guide dog mobility issues and providing remote support.
    (2016) 131 - Creating Literacy Rich Environments: Braille Instructional Strategies
    (2016) 133 - Getting in Sync With Your Workload
    (2016) 139 - Diving Into Data: Navigating Population Statistics to Get the Numbers You Need
    (2016) 140 - Adherence to Medication Regimens among Individuals with Vision Impairments
    (2016) 142 - Transition to and Implementation of UEB: Experiences of University Instructors and TVIs
    (2016) 147 - Amplifying the Conversation: Advancing the Vision and Aging Agenda
    (2016) 151 - Aira.IO Technology Platform Complements O&M Goals of Supervisors and Interns
    (2016) 152 - Off to College? What's O&M got to do with it?
    (2016) 155 - The Recession Proof Jobs for the Blind and Visually Impaired
    (2016) 167 - Drop off and obstacle detection: A summary of a recent research thread
    (2016) 168 - New Tools for TVIs and COMS to Determine Service Intensity
    (2016) 170 - Introducting the New Braille Note Taker Guide; for BrailleNote and Braille Sense
    (2016) 172 - The Argus II Retinal Chip Implant: Experiences of professionals and consumers
    (2016) 173 - Getting Back to Basics... Improving Balance
    (2016) 175 - What you don't know about Title IX?
    (2016) 179 - O&M and Winter Pedestrian Travel Skills
    (2016) 182 - The Influence of Fixation Stability on Posture and Balance
    (2016) 185 - Above the Standards: Creating Embossed Tactile Graphics
    (2016) 190 - Paths2Tech Website
    (2016) 204 - Availability of Mental Health Services for Persons who are Deaf or Deaf-Blind
    (2016) 205 - Accessible Pedestrian Signals: What do O&M Specialists need to know
    (2016) 214 - Successfully Teaching Early Purposeful Skills
    (2016) 219 - A Study of Services Provided to Students with Multiple and Visual Impairments
    (2016) 220 - The O&M Profession: A conversation about Professional Development and Preferred Practices
    (2016) 225 - Training and Technical Assistance for Older Blind Programs
    (2016) 226 - The O&M Profession: A conversation about Advocacy, Awareness and Recruitment.
    (2016) 232 - GPS & O&M...are you travel savvy or lost in space?
    (2016) 236 - Tactile Graphics: High Quality Doesn't Mean High Cost
    (2016) 237 - Describing math images to students who are blind
    (2016) 238 - Mentors with visual impairments working with future teachers of visually impaired students
    (2016) 243 - Easy as 1-2-3: Adapting Books for Learners with Visual and Multiple Impairments
    (2016) 244 - Reading Fun for Everyone In the Sun and On the Run
    (2016) 245 - Utah's Birth-to-Three O&M Story: Finding the Resources to Make It Happen
    (2016) 247 - FVA for Students with Multiple Disabilities: A Collaborative Approach Across Disciplines.
    (2016) 248 - Transportation and Stress: A National Survey of Adults with Visual Disabilities
    (2016) 249 - Customized Transportation: An Intervention for Persons with Visual Disabilities
    (2016) 250 - Up to Speed on UEB: Sharing Resources for the Implementation
    (2016) 254 - Use of Mobile Applications for the People who are Visually Impaired
    (2016) 263 - Macro Manage Your Life!
    (2016) 267 - Math Materials: Making them Accessible Panel
    (2016) 275 - Electronic Magnifiers with OCR: Should I buy one?
    (2016) 278 - Improving Services for Visually Impaired Students in Urban School Districts
    (2016) 279 - The Intangible Non-Optics of Low Vision: Training, Lighting, Contrast, Glare, Positioning
    (2016) 283 - Step-by-Step Instruction: A Simple Tool for Teaching Basic Physical Skills
    (2016) WORKSHOP - Pre-Conference Workshops - MacFarland Seminar
    001 - MacFarland Seminar
    001 - Play and Movement in Early Childhood: Setting the Early O&M Stage for Success
    002 - "I'm Ok" vs. "I'm not OK": The Lived Experiences of Becoming Blind - Lessons from a Qualitiative Sttudy with Older Adults
    002 - Who Needs O&M? Guidelines for the TVI-COMS Team for Determining the Needs for O&M Assessment for Low Vision or Legally Blind Students
    003 - Crossing with no Traffic Control: Teaching Skills Individually and in Groups (Part 1)
    003 - On the Road to Developing Nemeth Braille Code Competencies for Beginning TVI's: Findings of a Two Part Study
    004 - Dispositions: A Necessary Component in Personnel Preaparation Programs
    004 - Practical Approaches to Meeting the O&M Needs of Students and Adults with Intellectual Disability and Vision Loss
    005 - Crossing with no Traffic Control: Teaching Skills Individually and in Groups (Part 2)
    005 - Predicting Employment for Transition-Age Youth with Visual Impairments: Research and Results and Future Directions
    006 - Birth to Three Orientation & Mobility New Mexico Style
    006 - Safety First! Maintaining Safety for Low Vision Patients
    007 - Enhancing Problem Solving Skills in O&M: Understanding, Assessing, and Promoting our Students' Skills in This Area
    007 - Next Generation Braille Readers: Intentionally Teaching Tools, Tasks and Strategies
    008 - An O&M Safety Initiative: Personal Environment Awareness
    008 - Encouraging Purposeful Movement with Infants and Toddlers
    009 - Overprotection: It's Effects & Implicatoins for Blind Students and their Service Providers
    009 - The Movement-Thinking Connection: Implications for Itinerant O&M Service Delivery
    010 - A Comparison of Teacher Reflections on Teaching: Internship to Year Four
    010 - PERCEPT: An Intuitive and Innovative Indoor Navigation System for Individuals with Visual Impairment
    011 - On Online Preparation Program in O&M: After 10 Years Now What?
    011 - Stretching Resources: Practical Approaches to Developing Collaboration and Tools to Support the Needs of Adults with Intellectual Disability and Vision Loss
    012 - Organization Skills for Successful Street Crossings and Urban Travel in the US for Students Who Are Completely Blind
    012 - Various Eye Diseases and Some of their Functional Implications - Along with Suggested Non-Optical Recommendations
    013 - Bioptics: Application and Outcomes to Low Vision Driving
    013 - What's Wrong with Waiting? The Role of the COMS in Early Intervention
    014 - 21st Century Education: Technology for blindlow vision
    014 - Personalized Accessibility Location Services (PALS) on a Cloud
    015 - Maine's Employability Skills Program: An Innovative Approach to Job Placement
    015 - The IPAD as an O&M Teaching Tool for Students with Low Vision andor Additional Disabilities
    016 - More to mobility with children than cane travel: Strategies for teaching the "invisible requirements" of effective traveling
    016 - Putting Orientation Back in O&M
    017 - ADA and Transportation Refresher and Update
    017 - Vision Rehabilitation Strategies after Traumatic Brain Injury
    018 - Pedagogical Strategies for Teaching Street Crossings
    018 - Where's the Crosswalk, and How Do I Align when There's no Traffic!
    019 - Improving Employment Outcomes for Individuals Who are Blind or Visually Impaired: An Overview of Six Research Projects
    019 - Metrics to Measure Client Progress
    020 - O&M: More than Cane Skills & Routes
    020 - You have a Retinal Disorder? How Well Are You Sleeping? An Emerging Link
    021 - Support for Your Report - Writing Orientation and Mobility Reports for Assessments, Transition and Progress with Consideration to the Audience, the Components and the Need to Know
    021 - Using Vehicular Sounds for Crossing Decisions: Research Evidence
    022 - Drawing from Memory or Drawing a Blank? Understanding and Improving your Memory
    022 - What's Going On? Current Issues Facing COMS in the Work Place
    023 - O&M's Crucial Role in Access to Community for rural Deaf-Blind -- A consumer's perspective
    023 - Tactile Map Making
    024 - Assistive Technology Competencies for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments: A National Study
    024 - O&M and Early Intervention- When Do We Start?
    025 - Down and Dirty Data: Data Collection Strategies for the Classroom
    025 - Teaching Orientation and Mobility using the "Mediated Learning Experience" Process
    026 - An O&M Client Evaluation Tool: Measuring client achievement
    026 - Baby & Toddler Orientation & Mobility: New Mexico Style
    027 - ABC'S of GPS
    027 - Intelligence Testing of Students Who are Blind and Visually Impaired
    028 - Exploring the Dynamics of Independence and Social Emotional Development in Adolescence
    028 - Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
    029 - Analysis of Factors Related to Drop-Off Detection with the Long Cane
    029 - Using the Essential Assessments for Chilidren Who are Blind or Visually Impaired to Improve Instructional Practice
    030 - Building Relationships with Families: Bridging the Gap Between Knowing and Doing
    030 - Serving the Outer Circle: Providing O&M and Guide Dog Instruction to People with Sensory Processing Disorders
    031 - Applying the Results of the ABC Braille Study to Real-Life Teaching: One Teacher's Interpretation
    031 - CVI in Children: Implications for Orientation and Mobility
    032 - Efficacy of Enhancing Low Vision Mobility through Visual Training in a Virtual World
    032 - O&M Inventory, an assessment tool that slays the paperwork dragon
    033 - Addressing the Essential Knowledge and Skills for Preschool Student Visual Impairments
    033 - Virtual Environment to Improve Orientation and Mobility Skills in Real Spaces by People who are Blind
    034 - Can a 14 month old REALLY use a long cane? How we taught early O&M in Western Australia
    034 - Thinking Aloud for Better O&M Instruction: Pre-Service O&M Specialists' Decision Making Thought Process
    035 - Lessons Learned: How to Integrate GPS into O&M Lessons
    035 - Vocational Digital Literacy: Using Activity-based Online Instruction for Developing and Assessing Technology Skills for Work
    036 - Effectiveness of the Short-Term Program Model at a Residential School for Students with Visual Impairments
    036 - S.O.A.R - Utilizing O&M Interns
    037 - Rehabilitation Teaching Back to the Basics: No Gadgets, Gizmos or Things that Go Beep
    037 - Yoga for Students with VI and Multiple Impairments
    038 - Every Child has a lot to Say: Using the Communication Matrix with Learners who are BlindVisually Impaired
    038 - Licensure and the History of O&M
    039 - Blast Related Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries: Insights for Low Vision O&M
    039 - Quality and Techniques Used When Brailling Math Worksheets
    040 - Development and Field Test of the Boehm-3 Preschool Experiences and the Expanded Core Curriculum
    040 - Travel Instruction: Using traditional O&M techniques to teach sighted people with disabilities to travel safely
    041 - Accessible Pedestrian Signals with Automatic Pedestrian Detection
    041 - Social Behavior: Developing Skills and Reducing Difference
    042 - Measuring the impact of vision rehabilitation services on the well-being of older adults
    042 - Wayfinding and GPS: Choosing the Best Accessible GPS Device for Your Client
    043 - Assessment in O&M: What has it been, what is it now and what can it look like in the future?
    043 - New Directions in Accessible Travel: What's on the Horizon?
    044 - The Evolution of Braille: Can the Past Help Plan the Future?
    045 - Re-Inventing Itinerant Teaching: Effective Strategies to an Outcome Measure for O&M
    045 - Training O&M - Can group training affect quality?
    046 - An Interwooven Developmental Approach: Early Preschool Experiences and the Expanded Core Curriculim
    046 - Teaching O M in Small Groups as a Compliment to One-on-One Instruction
    047 - Continuum of Evaluation Services: A Model for Residential Schools for the Bliind and Visually Impaired
    047 - The Development of Orientation and Mobility Skills through Physical Education
    048 - Physical Education for Students with Visual Impairments: Implementing Planning and Teaching Strategies to Address the Expanded Core Curriculum
    048 - The Mathematics in Movement: Teaching Mathematics Content Through Orientation and Mobility
    049 - Emergent Braille Literacy: How to Help Blind 0-5 Year-olds Acquire Same Tactile Literacy, Concepts,and Abilities as Sighted Peers
    049 - Global Positioning Systems and the Traveler with a VI: "Who?" "What?" "Where?" "Why?" and "How?"
    050 - Physical Activity For Life
    050 - Teaching Food Management Skills to Students with Visual Impairments
    050 - When Blindness Comes with Brain Injury: Facts and Practical Interventions
    051 - More than Independence: The Contribution of Mobility to Quality of Life in Older Persons
    051 - Supporting Youth in Transition from Secondary to Postsecondary Environments
    052 - Body awareness and movement for students with multiple disabilities including visual impairments
    052 - Employment Models for Persons with TBI and Vision Loss
    053 - An Innovative Approach to the O&M Model
    053 - El Ponder Sin Ver - Ability without Sight: Initiatives to reach Latino People with Low Vision
    054 - Filing your Mathmatics Toolbox: Effective Strategies and Aids for TVIs
    054 - Gaining Client Compliance in 10 Simple Steps
    055 - Strategies for Teaching O&M to Students with CVI
    055 - Who Needs O&M? Guidelines for the Gatekeeper TVI and Educational Team for Determining the Needs for O&M Assessment for Low Vision or Legally Blind Students
    056 - Learning you're A-B-Zzzzzz: Teaching Positive Sleep Behaviors to Young Children Who are Bline
    056 - Providing O&M Instruction to Clients with Prosthetic Vision (Artificial Sight) Using the Argus II Retinal Chip Implant
    057 - Evaluating the Accessibility Performance of Pedestrian Beacons and Raised Crosswalk at Roundabouts
    057 - The North Carolina I AMABLE Project
    058 - Effects of Developing Conceptual Foundations for the Use of Meaningful Symbols
    058 - PART 1: ADA Complementary Paratransit Basics: Eligibility and Operations ADA and Transportation Refresher and Update
    059 - Image Description in High Stakes Testing: Preliminary results of the Description Enhanced Assessment Study
    059 - PART 2: ADA Complementary Paratransit Basics: Eligibility and Operations ADA and Transportation Refresher and Update
    060 - Laying the Foundation for Early Literacy: Literacy Activities for Children from Birth to Three
    060 - Roundtable: O&M Division Position Paper on Travel Instruction
    060 - Vocabulary Instruction for Students who Read Braille
    061 - Motor Development with Children with Visual Impairments: Research to Practice
    061 - TAPS, 3rd Edition: Introduction and Overview of the Bigger and Better O&M Curriculum
    062 - AFB EnglishSpanish Manual for Orientation & Mobility
    062 - She Reads Funny: Psychosocial Aspects of Reading with Low Vision
    063 - LIGHTS, CAMERA, NOW WHAT? How to Prepare a Video Assessment for a Guide Dog Applicant
    063 - Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Diagnosis and implications for Psychosocial Functioning
    064 - Technologies that Facilitate the Study of Advanced Mathematics by Students Who are Blind: Teachers' Perspectives
    064 - Twelve Years of Research about Crossing Streets at Complex Intersections: What We've Learned From the National Eye Institute Research Program and Where We Go From Here
    065 - The Value of Program Evaluations: The Case of the Title VII Chapter 2 Program and Others
    065 - Visual Impairment, Balance and Mobility: Improving Balance and Mobility in People Over 50 Years of Age with Visual Impairments. Can the Alexander Technique Help?
    066 - Broadening the Scope of Guide Dog Education
    066 - Standards Based Audio Description
    067 - Transforming Training in O&M: Examining the Effect Using an Audio- Link on the Distance Between Trainer and Trainee
    067 - Understanding the Individual Learning Needs of Visually Impaired Students: Intergration of a Nueroscience Based Clinical Model into a Specialized Educational Institution
    068 - An Early Start: Implementing Braille, Tools and Tgactile Materials with Young Children
    068 - Cane Color Recognition by Passing Motorists
    069 - Eye Tracking Research in a Shopping Mall: Environmental Barriers and Facilitators for People with Low Vision
    069 - The Evolution of Guide Dog Harness and Handle Design: Trainers, Clients and Dogs
    070 - Accessible Pedestrian Signals with Automatic Pedestrian Detection
    070 - Bringing Life Skills to Life During the School Day
    070 - Nemeth and the Notetaker: Math Made Easy on the BrailleSense
    071 - "On the Move" Creating an Iconci Tangible System for Routine Destinations
    071 - RP Pride - What's It All About (Part 1)
    072 - Ability Beyond the Horizon: O&M in Developing Countries
    072 - Shaping Premath Skills: Making Math Count for Children Functioning at a Preacademic Level
    073 - Seven Accessible GPS Options: iPhones to the PC
    073 - UGH MATH! Even TVI's need the right tools
    074 - NMSBVI O&M Inventory
    074 - Systems Do Change:  Medicaid Reimbursement for O&M Services in Montana
    075 - Guide Dog Mobility Instructors - Advancing the Profession, Education Beyond the Apprenticeship
    075 - Sit up and take notice: Changing State law
    076 - A Distance Orientation to Vision Loss
    076 - They call me an Expert-but I'm not an Expert! - How to see yourself as the expert you really are!
    077 - Response to Intervention: Evidence-based Practices and Technology
    077 - RP Pride - What's It All About (Part 2)
    078 - All Movement is Mobility
    078 - Cerebral Visual Impairment in Childhood Expanded Evaluation Program: An Evaluation Model Tailored to Promote
    079 - Employment Success of individuals who are Blind, Visually Impaired, and Deaf-Blind
    079 - When Crisis Strikes! Emergency Planning for Guide Dog Teams & Emergency Personnel
    080 - Designing Outdoor Spaces to Improve Safe and Easy Travel for the Visually Impaired
    080 - Preliminary Results of an Employment Mentoring Program for Legally Blind College Graduates
    081 - Developing safe accessible shared surfaces
    082 - Mobility in Mongolia
    083 - Crossing Streets at Roundabouts: Practical tips for consumers and O&M specialists
    084 - Adding Insight to Injury: VA and Veterans Research for O&M
    085 - ROUNDTABLE - ACVREP Certification for Guide Dog Mobility Instructors (GDMI)
    086 - Various Means to Assist with Safe and Quick Street Crossings for the Visually Impaired Pedestrians
    087 - Making a Molehill Out of a Mountain of Paperwork
    088 - Guide Dogs' Issues with Stairs - Origins and Resolutions
    089 - Inside and Outside a Guide Dog
    090 - Essential Assessment for Students with Visual Impairments
    090 - The Past, Present and Future of O&M Services and Personnel Preparation in Puerto Rico
    091 - "Cane Quest" - an O&M Competition Helping Blind Children Own Their Own Independence in Any Environment
    100 - TVI Perspectives and Practices Related to Access Tools Used by Students with Low Vision
    110 - Helping Chlidren with Visual Impairments Learn, Communicate and Play Using the iPad
    120 - Trends in the Education of Children with Low Vision: Learning from the past, Looking toward the future
    130 - All for Literacy - Literacy for All: Emergent Literacy Strategies for Learners with Visual Impairment and Additional Disabilities
    140 - Molded Cane Grips for Practitioners
    150 - Tools for Access to Multimedia in the Classroom and Home for Students with Visual Impairments
    160 - Learning Experiences in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) at the Pre-K Through 4th Grade Levels
    170 - Exploring the Orion TI-84+ Talking Graphing Calculator
    180 - Assessment and Instruction in the Schools for Children with Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI)
    190 - Reflections on Public Education Experiences and Interventions as a Student with a Visual Impairment: A Phenomenological Study
    200 - The Legacy of Blind Musicians
    2011 - AERBVI - Free Session
    2012 MacFarland Seminar
    2014 MacFarland Seminar
    2015 Full Set - AER Conference on Vision Loss in Older Adults and Veterans
    210 - Do-It-On-A-Dime: Affordably Meeting Adapted Daily Living Supply Needs
    220 - Group Activities A-Z (Amazing Race to Ziplock Pumpkin Pie) Ideas to Support ECC
    230 - Don't Let Your Life Be RECC-less Any More!
    240 - Designing Systems of Communication for Students with Cortical Visual Impairment
    250 - How Do Individuals with Visual Impairments Fair in the Job Accommodations Process?
    270 - Learn About a Treatment Option for Non-24-Hour Sleep-Wake Disorder
    280 - Quality of Life: Transition Outcomes for Youth with Visual Impairments in the NLTS2 Data
    290 - Cortical Visual Impairment: What IS It and How Do We Adapt
    300 - Make the Most of Your Time
    310 - Moving in the Body and in Space: An Orientation and Mobility-centered Sensory-motor Training Program for Young Children with Severe Visual Impairments
    320 - Long Cane Design and Biomechanics: Factors Affecting Drop-off and Obstacle Detection
    330 - Sterling to Steel, Rebuilding Life Following Traumatic Blindness
    340 - Resources for the Randolph-Sheppard Business Enterprise Program through Research
    350 - Knowledge Translation: Getting the Most Out of Research
    351105 DO NOT USE - AER Conference on Vision Loss in Older Adults and Veterans: Leveraging our Collective Wisdom Course COMP
    360 - Learning Social Skills: Implications for Research and Practice
    370 - Guide Dogs in Hong Kong
    380 - Improving Lives: Anophthalmia Microphthalmia on Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia
    390 - Play as a Vehicle to Emergent Literacy Skill Development
    400 - Lions Low Vision Rehabilitation Network (LOVRNET)
    410 - Music as Motivator for Communication for Students with Deafblindness
    420 - How to Prepare for AER University Reviews
    430 - Participants Problem-Solve Together: Case Studies
    440 - Designing New Approaches to Triage in Vision Rehabilitation-One Agency's Experience
    450 - Guidance on Making Prescription Container Labels Accessible to People With Vision Loss: A Multi-Year Effort
    460 - iTools for iTinerant Teachers
    470 - Hearing from Parents: Strengthening Families in Communities Across the Country
    480 - O&M for Visually Impaired Wheelchair Users
    490 - Connecting Learning and the Benefits of Purposeful Movement in Orientation & Mobility
    500 - Navigating the Twists, Turns and Flood of Technological Change
    500 - Uniting the Village: How The "West Texas Cluster" Provides Award-Winning Services to Students and Families
    510 - Teaching Access Technology: What to Teach When?
    520 - VISSIT—Visual Impairment Scale of Service Intensity of Texas: An Innovative New Tool to Guide TVIs in Determining Recommendations for Type and Amount of Service to Students
    530 - Standards and Data and Outcomes ...Oh My!
    540 - The ADA and Transportation Rights and Responsibilities
    550 - Beyond the Macy Act: Strategic Planning for the Future of BVI Special Education
    560 - Roundtable: Diverging Diamond Intersections - Implications for O&M Specialists and Pedestrians
    580 - Instructional Strategies for Consumers with Brain Injury
    590 - Online Resources to Help Students With Visual Impairments Get Involved in Physical Activity and Stay Healthy
    600 - Youth Self Awareness and Navigating the Employment Process
    610 - Lifelong Physical Activity and Fitness for Youth with Visual Impairments
    620 - Addressing the Expanded Core Curriculum in Preschool Classrooms for Students with Visual Impairments
    630 - No Child Left Behind! Computer Skills for Students with Multiple Disabilities
    640 - Efficacy of Vision Therapy for Blast Related Visual Dysfunction in Student Veterans
    650 - Ten Timely Teaching Tips to Tie GPS and O&M Together
    660 - Teaching Orientation and Mobility Skills for Students with Autism and Visual Impairment in Public Schools: A Data-Based Study
    670 - Testing Concept Development in Preschoolers with Visual Impairment
    680 - Supporting Math Literacy Using Nemeth Braille with Auditory and Print
    690 - More to Mobility with Children Than Cane Travel: Strategies for Teaching the "Unspoken Requirements" of Effective Traveling.
    700 - VRT and OT Professionals Working Together
    710 - Survive Your Ride: How to Optimize Your Itinerant Vehicle
    720 - Navigating the Twists, Turns and Flood of Technological Change
    730 - Beyond Reading & Writing: Lifestyles of Braille Challenge Finalists
    740 - Blending Content Based and Sheltered Instruction Approaches to Teach ESL
    750 - Establishment of a Computer and Tech Support Call Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
    760 - Dispelling the Myth About Our Role As "Vision Therapists"!
    770 - Comprehensive Low Vision Services: A Call to Action
    780 - ICANCONNECT2 Teaching Electronic Communication with the iPad and iPhone to Students Who are Deaf and Have Low Vision
    790 - Inside and Outside of a Guide Dog
    800 - Factors Associated with Employment for Transition-Age SSI Beneficiaries with Blindness
    810 - Employment Outcomes of Working-Age Adults with Visual Impairments in the USA
    820 - Bringing Other Professionals Into Our World: Helping Professionals Know What to Do When Encountering a Child or Adult with Vision Loss
    840 - Communities of Practice and Literacy: A Dynamic Example from the Field
    850 - Using the Brainport Vision Device for Independent Travel
    860 - Transportation Education: Better Taught Sooner Than Later!
    870 - The What, Where, When and Why of Written Documentation
    A Study of Services Provided to Students with Multiple and Visual Impairments
    Above the Standards: Creating Embossed Tactile Graphics
    Accessibility of Hotels and Accommodations for Individuals with Visual Impairments or Deafblindness
    Accessible Pedestrian Signals: What do O&M Specialists need to know
    Accessible Transportation Technologies Research Initiative (ATTRI)
    Active Learning Center in a Residential Facility for Aging Developmentally Delayed
    Adapting to a Changing Educational and Professional Landscape
    Adherence to Medication Regimens among Individuals with Vision Impairments
    AER DEMO Conference Full Set
    AER External Content Demo
    AER International Conference 2012
    AER International Conference 2014 - DISABLED
    AER International Conference 2016 Full Conference Online Access Set (excludes Mac Farland Seminar)
    AERBVI - Complimentary Session
    Aira.IO Technology Platform Complements O&M Goals of Supervisors and Interns
    Amplifying the Conversation: Advancing the Vision and Aging Agenda
    Availability of Mental Health Services for Persons who are Deaf or Deaf-Blind
    Babies Count: The Changing Face of Blindness in Our World
    Balance in Adults with Visual Impairments and Blindness
    Creating Literacy Rich Environments: Braille Instructional Strategies
    Customized Transportation: An Intervention for Persons with Visual Disabilities
    Deciphering the World of Vision Rehabilitation for Families and Other Professionals
    Describing math images to students who are blind
    Designing and implementing new internal referral pathways to rehabilitation service
    Diabetes-Self Management: How We Help Our Clients
    Diving Into Data: Navigating Population Statistics to Get the Numbers You Need
    Drop off and obstacle detection: A summary of a recent research thread
    Easy as 1-2-3: Adapting Books for Learners with Visual and Multiple Impairments
    ECC for Birth to Three
    Electronic Magnifiers with OCR: Should I buy one?
    eSight Eyewear, a Remarkable Wearable Video Device: User Experience and Feedback
    Expanded Core Curriculum in Schools for the Blind
    Functional Skills and Quality of Life of Veterans with Vision Impairments
    FVA for Students with Multiple Disabilities: A Collaborative Approach Across Disciplines.
    Getting Back to Basics... Improving Balance
    Getting in Sync With Your Workload
    GPS & O&M...are you travel savvy or lost in space?
    Improvement of Flciker Sensitivity and Attention in Hemianopic Visual Field
    Improving Services for Visually Impaired Students in Urban School Districts
    Introducting the New Braille Note Taker Guide; for BrailleNote and Braille Sense
    Lights Everyone? Light Box Materials for Collaboration with the General Education Classroom
    Living Confidently with Dual Sensory Impairment (DSI)
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