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Vision Therapy – What it is, and What it’s not

It is important for TVIs and other vision professionals to understand what vision therapy is and is not. Join us to hear from an optometrist who is certified to provide vision therapy, and hear directly what vision therapy is, who it is ideally for, and who provides it. The difference between the neuro-motor skills development […]


TN School for the Blind Unity Conference

TSB invites you to join us for the 32nd annual Unity Conference, taking place on November 17-18, 2022 on campus at the Tennessee School for the Blind. After a couple of years off, we cannot wait to gather together again as a community of vision professionals for two days of networking and professional learning. The […]


Lighthouse’s 7th Annual Dining in the Dark

The Lighthouse’s 7th Annual Dining in the Dark is Friday, November 18, 2022 at Silverthorn Country Club in Spring Hill, FL. We are so excited about this event as it’s our first in-person Dining in the Dark since the pandemic began. Guests will enjoy an interactive reception where they will visit hands-on stations and step […]


Best Practices & Resources for Assistive Technology Planning and Instruction

Presenter: Allen Huang Director of Accessible Instructional Materials and Outreach Services, Tennessee School for the Blind Join us for this session to learn about some best practices & resources for AT Instruction and implementation in school environments. Time will be available for discussing specific questions participants may have.


40th Early Connections Conference: Engage

The Early Connections Conference brings together families like yours—with children from birth to age 7 who are blind, deafblind, or low-vision, including those who have multiple complex disabilities—to engage with each other and leading professionals in the field.


Western Regional Early Intervention Conference

The Western Regional Early Intervention Conference (WREIC) is designed to support professionals working with children birth to five who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired or deaf-blind and their families. The WREIC has taken place for over 35 years, making it one of the longest ongoing early intervention conferences in the nation. Speakers […]