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Updated January 2017

This calendar includes training events for the 2016-17 school year related to visual impairments and deafblindness.  If you would like to have one of your events included on this Statewide Calendar of Training Events, please send pertinent information to Kate Hurst at . For a listing of TSBVI sponsored webinars, workshops and conferences you may also use the navigation links under the navigation menu to the left of your screen.

January 2017

February 2017

March 2017

April 2017

May 2017

June 2017

July 2017


January 2017


January 6, 2017

Meaningful Evaluation of Students with Visual Impairments                

8:30 AM-3:30 PM            

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1252703

For more information visit Meaningful Evaluation of Students with Visual Impairments


January 10, 2017

Advocacy for COMS 

3:00-4:15 PM (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5:15 PM, Mountain 2-3:15 PM, Pacific 1-2:15 PM

This webinar focuses on developing your skills for educating your administrators and teams about the need for students to receive instruction in the community, receive appropriate service levels, support reasonable workloads / caseloads, and prive instruction that is meaningful and relevant to the student.  Thinking in terms of "educating your way" rather than "battling your wat" can be a good start to avoid having a defensive reception from an administrator or IEP team member and increase your opportunities and possibilities for working cooperatively moving forward.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


January 13, 2017

Learning Media Assessment & Assistive Technology Assessments for Students with Multiple Impairments: An Overview  

3:00-4:00 PM (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5 PM, Mountain 2-3 PM, Pacific 1-2 PM

Assessment of students with multiple impairments in the areas of learning media and assistive technology can be problematic. Typical approaches may not afford information that is useful in designing effective learning strategies.  In this webinar series, we will review existing instruments that are designed for the child with visual and multiple impairments.  Included is information about the design of each instrument, the skill areas it considers and a step-by-step explanation of the assessment process it employs.  Assessment tools that will be reviewed may include: Sensory Learning Kit, Functional Schemes, Every Move Counts, Communication Matrix, Infused Skills / Basic Skills Assessment, Robbie Blaha's Calendar Assessment, and Philip Schweigert's Tangible Symbols assessment.   Additional date: 5/15/17.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


January 17, 2017

Self-Determination Units & Lessons: Representing myself to others & navigating rules & regulations 

3:00-4:30 PM (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5:30 PM, Mountain 2-3:30 PM, Pacific 1-2:30 PM

Self-determination is one component of the ECC that is critical for student success.  However, there are no clear guidelines for teaching these skills.  Join us i n a discussion of lesson plans that will give your students a better understanding of themselves a s a person with visual impairment, and guide them to greater independence through self-advocacy, as well as understanding how IDEA and ADA apply to them personally.  This is the second installment of the Self-Determination Units and Lesson Plans; the previous webinar was broadcast in 2016 and can be access on the On-the-Go Learning page.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


January 18, 2017 

Unified English Braille and Nemeth Code             

9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1266075

For more information visit Unified English Braille and Nemeth Code


January 24, 2017  

Reading eBooks with the “Right” Devices and Apps            

8:30 AM-11:30 AM          

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1263670

For more information visit Reading eBooks with the “Right” Devices and Apps


 January 24, 2017  

Leveraging Cloud-based Technologies and Transitional Skills for Life After High School            

1:00 PM-4:00 PM     

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1263671

For more information visit Leveraging Cloud-based Technologies and Transitional Skills for Life After High School


January 25, 2017

Document Triage: Strategies For Making Your PDF Documents Accessible              

8:30 AM-11:30 PM

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1263672

For more information visit Document Triage: Strategies For Making Your PDF Documents Accessible


January 25, 2017

JAWS And The Internet: Optimizing Internet Skills And Navigating Inaccessible Webpages             

1:00 PM-4:00 PM     

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1263673

For more information visit JAWS And The Internet: Optimizing Internet Skills And Navigating Inaccessible Webpages


January 26, 2016

Working with Our Wee Ones: The Role of the Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist (COMS) from Birth to Three           

9:00 AM-4:00 PM             

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1265235

For more information visit Working with Our Wee Ones: The Role of the Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist (COMS) from Birth to Three


January 26, 2017

Active Learning Study Group

3:00-4:00 PM Central Standard Time (4-5 PM Eastern, 2-3 PM Mountain, 1-2 PM Pacific)

Penrickton Center for the Blind, Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired host this series of webinars on Active Learning, an instructional approach developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen.  In this series of webinars we will share ideas for moving from assessment to IEP development to delivering instruction.  Attention will be given to organizing the student's day and delivering both general curriculum and expanded core curriculum content using an Active Learning approach.  Additional dates for this series includes: 3/30/17 and 5/25/17.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


January 28, 2017 

New Teacher Series: Functional Vision Evaluations for Babies and Students with Multiple and Vision Impairments                             

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1255393

For more information visit New Teacher Series: Functional Vision Evaluations for Babies and Students with Multiple and Vision Impairments


February 2017


February 10, 2017

Spotlight on Technology: What’s New for Students with Visual Impairments           

9:00 AM-4:00 PM            

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1258175

For more information visit Spotlight on Technology: What’s New for Students with Visual Impairments


February 11, 2017  

New Teacher Series: Functional Vision Evaluations for Babies and Students with Multiple and Vision Impairments                         

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1255393

For more information visit New Teacher Series: Functional Vision Evaluations for Babies and Students with Multiple and Vision Impairments


February 12-14, 2017

Mentor Center 

Location: TSBVI James C. Durkel Conference Center, Austin, TX

Mentor Centers provide participants an opportunity to observe experienced TVIs and COMS as they use a variety of strategies and materials with their students on the TSBVI and Austin ISD campuses.  Each participant will have the opportunity to observe between 4-6 individual VI professionals a day.  Participants also have the option to tour the Criss Cole state Rehabilitation Center for adults with visual impairments, located near the TSBVI campus.

To get more information about this event visit the workshop website.

To register go to ESC Works our secure partner website.


February 13, 2017

Visual Arts and the Expanded Core Curriculum: Coloring and drawing in activities of early elementary 

3:00-4:00 PM (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5 PM, Mountain 2-3 PM, Pacific 1-2 PM

Art is highly integrated into learning strategies in general education, beginning with the simple drawing and coloring exercises of early elementary and progressing through advanced studio classes in secondary school.  All too often, students with visual impairments are excluded or discouraged from participation in these activities under the mistaken assumption that such undertakings would be of little benefit or interest for them. This webinar will provide information on how to make learning in the visual arts accessible and meaningful.  Drawing and coloring are integrated into so many activities in early elementary classrooms, enhancing and reinforcing learning in content areas.  This session will provide methods and materials for ensuring the student with visual impairments has access to these valuable tools.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


February 17, 2017

Considerations for Low Vision in the Classroom including Self-Determination

Presenter: Dr. Penny Rosenblum

Location: Region 8 Education Service Center, Pittsburg, TX

For more information contact: Dawn Adams at


February 23, 2017

Yoga Webinar Series: Introducing Yoga for Children with Visual and Multiple Impairments a new publication from TSBVI - Part 3

3:00-4:00 PM (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5 PM, Mountain 2-3 PM, Pacific 1-2 PM

In this final webinar of the three part series, we will present strategies to support the academic learning of students with visual impairments. Participants will be given a sequence appropriate for middle-- high school academic students with visual impairments. Participants will gain an understanding of how to include yoga in to the school environment and how to garner support from other staff members.

To register go to ESC Works our secure partner website.


February 25, 2017

Texas Parent to Parent 1-Day Conference

Tyler ISD Career and Tech Center, Tyler, Texas

For information go to http://www.txp2p.org/training/RegionalConference.html


February 27, 2017

CVI Study Group

3:00-4:00 PM  (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5 PM, Mountain 2-3 PM, Pacific 1-2 PM

Participants will share documents and videos of their own students via google drive.  Participants will discuss newly submitted materials and offer suggestions with their peers.  We will explore suggestions with their student and share how the student responded.  Participants will explore topics and resources of interest related to CVI, as identified by the group.  Participants are asked to attend all CVI Study Group webinars which are scheduled for 10/31/16, 12/12/16, 2/27/17, and 4/24/17.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


March 2017


March 2-4, 2017

Texas Symposium on Deafblindness and a Special Pre-Symposium Workshop For Credit

March 2, 2017 - Pre-Symposium Workshop: The Basics of Understanding Deafblindness in Children and Youth

The 2017 Symposium will include discussion of a variety of topics for an in-depth look at many issues affecting the education, support, and parenting of children and youth who are deafblind.  If you want to take full advantage of this experience, but you are new to deafblindness, consider attending the full-day 2017 Symposium Pre-Conference Event to get a basic foundation to build upon during the other symposium sessions.

The pre-conference training, “The Basics of Understanding Deafblindness in Children and Youth,” will provide an overview of:

  • terminology associated with the issues surrounding deafblindness;
  • the effects of deafblindness on information access and concept development;
  • understanding and communicating with people who are deafblind;
  • encouraging and supporting purposeful and confident movement;
  • strategies to more effectively offer support and connect with people who are deafblind;
  • developing successful and meaningful learning activities; and
  • elements of effective intervention in a variety of settings.

The content of the pre-conference will be a day of “Deafblindness 101”, with information geared toward parents, educators, and associated professionals who are new the world of deafblindness.  If you have attended training about deafblindness in the past, this Pre-Conference Event may be repetitive, and you may prefer to register only for the two-day main Symposium.

Visit the Symposium website to learn more about this event!

Register for the Pre-Conference.

March 3-4 - Symposium on Deafblindness: Making Connections

We are in the process of planning another spectacular Symposium for 2017.  Our theme for 2017 is Making Connections and will focus on the importance of making connections in the life of individuals with deafblindness. Sessions are still being planned for the Symposium but we have tentatively scheduled the following speakers:

  • Dr. Judy Cameron, Center on Developing Children at Harvard
  • Dr. Joe Gibson, Outdoor and Physical Activities Co-ordinator for Sense Scotland 
  • Suzanne Zeedyk, University of Dundee (Scotland), within the School of Psychology and founder of Connected Baby
  • Bernadette van den Tillaart, Deafblind Consultant and National Leadership Consortium in Sensory Disabilities Doctoral Scholar
  • Robbie Blaha, Deafblind Education Consultant with TSBVI Outreach
  • and many more

Visit the Symposium website to learn more about this event!

Register for the 2017 Texas Symposium on Deafblindness!


March 28-30, 2017

IN-home Sensory Impaired Training and Education (INSITE) Institute

8:30 AM-3:30 PM            

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1265328

For more information visit IN-home Sensory Impaired Training and Education (INSITE) Institute


March 30, 2017

Active Learning Study Group

3:00-4:00 PM Central Standard Time (4-5 PM Eastern, 2-3 PM Mountain, 1-2 PM Pacific)

Penrickton Center for the Blind, Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired host this series of webinars on Active Learning, an instructional approach developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen.  In this series of webinars we will share ideas for moving from assessment to IEP development to delivering instruction.  Attention will be given to organizing the student's day and delivering both general curriculum and expanded core curriculum content using an Active Learning approach.  The final date in this series is 5/25/17.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


April 2017


April 23-25, 2017

Mentor Center 

Location: TSBVI James C. Durkel Conference Center, Austin, TX

Mentor Centers provide participants an opportunity to observe experienced TVIs and COMS as they use a variety of strategies and materials with their students on the TSBVI and Austin ISD campuses.  Each participant will have the opportunity to observe between 4-6 individual VI professionals a day.  Participants also have the option to tour the Criss Cole state Rehabilitation Center for adults with visual impairments, located near the TSBVI campus.

To get more information about this event visit the workshop website.

To register go to ESC Works our secure partner website.


April 24, 2017

CVI Study Group

3:00-4:00 PM (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5 PM, Mountain 2-3 PM, Pacific 1-2 PM

Participants will share documents and videos of their own students via google drive.  Participants will discuss newly submitted materials and offer suggestions with their peers.  We will explore suggestions with their student and share how the student responded.  Participants will explore topics and resources of interest related to CVI, as identified by the group.  Participants are asked to attend all CVI Study Group webinars which are scheduled for 10/31/16, 12/12/16, 2/27/17, and 4/24/17.

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


May 2017


May 11, 2017

2017 Low Vision Conference: Students with Progressive Vision Loss

Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired

James C. Durkel Conference Center

Austin, Texas

Register Now!

This conference is the 3rd in a series of conferences focusing on low vision.  This year’s event will address children with progressive vision loss.  Progressive vision losses occur for a variety of reasons, but are often associated with specific syndromes or occur as a result of medical conditions.

A visual impairment that is a progressive condition brings an unpredictable factor to picturing the days and years ahead and planning to address what the loss of vision will mean.  Questions related to literacy, orientation and mobility, social and emotional issues are among the many challenges faced by the student, family and the professionals supporting them. This conference will provide information about various causes of progressive vision loss, new treatment and research, support for families and strategies and solutions for TVIs and COMS. The sessions outlined below are developed for factual content as well as recognizing the very poignant nature of discussing progressive conditions, including those with additional health concerns.

Agenda

8:00-8:45

Sign-in

8:45-9:15

One Family’s Story

One family will share their story of receiving a progressive vision loss diagnosis and reflect on the path they have traveled in both personal and educational needs.

9:30-10:30

An Overview of Progressive Eye Conditions

Dr. David Lewerenz, OD, FAAO, Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO

Dr. Lewerenz specializes in low vision rehabilitation, which provides assistance for patients who have lost vision from an eye or brain condition or injury. In this session he provides an overview of progressive eye conditions, including explanation of changes in the eye, anticipated pattern of progression considering stage of development, and examples of optometric treatment.

10:45-11:45

An Overview of Treatment and Current Research

Dr. Saradha Chexal, MD, Retina Consultants of Austin, Austin, TX

Dr. Chexal specializes in the medical management of all vitreoretinal diseases. She received additional specialized training in ocular genetics and hereditary eye conditions. An ophthalmologist provides an overview of treatment and current research, including examples of ongoing clinical trials, direction of scientific and technological investigation, and outcomes of published work.

11:45-12:45           

Working Lunch

A box lunch will be provided followed by a virtual tour of internet resources focusing on conditions or progressive vision loss. These resources include medical information, support networks for the person with the visual impairment and their family, and strategies for adjusting to continuing changes in vision.

12:45-2:00                       

1st breakout session

The afternoon program provides parent or educator focused sessions.

Parents: 

Q & A with Dr. Lewerenz and Dr. Chexal

During this time parents will have the opportunity to speak with Dr. Lewerenz and Dr. Chexal in this informal question and answer session.

VI Professionals:

Making Decisions about VI Services

VI Professionals will join Emily Calvert, TVI and Mary Shore, COMS, for a discussion about VI services for students with progressive vision loss to include decisions on learning media, moving to braille or initiating instruction, and use of the cane for travel.

2:15-3:30                       

2nd breakout session

Parents will choose one session: 

Session A - Participating in Decision-making with your IEP Team

Parents will participate in a discussion, led by Cyral Miller, Outreach Programs Director and Edgenie Bellah, Family Engagement Specialist, about VI services. This will include such issues as decisions about using print, moving to braille, and using the travel cane or other mobility devices.

Session B - Progressive Vision Loss with Degenerative Medical Conditions

This session will focus on issues for students who have progressive vision loss with additional degenerative medical conditions. This session will be led by Marnee Loftin, LSSP, and Rachel Simpson, Family Engagement Specialist. Parents will discuss issues related to programming when the child's condition degenerates over time.  

VI Professionals:  

Special Considerations in Servicing Students with Degenerative Medical Conditions

Emily Calvert, TVI, and Mary Shore, COMS will lead a discussion about special considerations in serving the student with visual impairments in the face of progressive vision loss with a degenerative medical condition.

Registration

Registration fee: $50 if registered before April 1, 2017 and $75 beginning April 1, 2017.

Assistance is available to help adult family members with registration and travel costs including transportation, lodging and meals upon request.

Register now!

Questions?

For more information, please contact Dr. Cindy Bachofer at 512-206-9434 or email  .


May 15, 2017

Learning Media Assessment & Assistive Technology Assessments for Students with Multiple Impairments: An Overview  

3:00-4:00 PM (Central Standard Time) Eastern 4-5 PM, Mountain 2-3 PM, Pacific 1-2 PM

Assessment of students with multiple impairments in the areas of learning media and assistive technology can be problematic. Typical approaches may not afford information that is useful in designing effective learning strategies.  In this webinar series, we will review existing instruments that are designed for the child with visual and multiple impairments.  Included is information about the design of each instrument, the skill areas it considers and a step-by-step explanation of the assessment process it employs.  Assessment tools that will be reviewed may include: Sensory Learning Kit, Functional Schemes, Every Move Counts, Communication Matrix, Infused Skills / Basic Skills Assessment, Robbie Blaha's Calendar Assessment, and Philip Schweigert's Tangible Symbols assessment.   

Register for this event.


May 23- 25 2017

IN-home Sensory Impaired Training and Education (INSITE) Institute               

8:30 AM-3:30 PM            

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1265328

For more information visit IN-home Sensory Impaired Training and Education (INSITE) Institute


May 25, 2017

Active Learning Study Group 

3:00-4:00 PM Central Standard Time (4-5 PM Eastern, 2-3 PM Mountain, 1-2 PM Pacific)

Penrickton Center for the Blind, Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired host this series of webinars on Active Learning, an instructional approach developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen.  In this series of webinars we will share ideas for moving from assessment to IEP development to delivering instruction.  Attention will be given to organizing the student's day and delivering both general curriculum and expanded core curriculum content using an Active Learning approach.  

Register for this event. (ESC Works is our secure partner website.)


June 2017


June 12-13, 2017

Low Incidence Disabilities Active Learning Conference

Co-sponsored by TSBVI Outreach and Region 10 Education Service Center

Presenter: Patty Obrzut

Given the opportunity, any child can learn!  Active learning, an innovative approach developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen has reshaped educational programming.  Motivating and empowering those with multiple special needs to be engaged by their environment, instead of being controlled by it.      

Join Ms. Patricia Obrzut, M.S., O.T.R/L., as she provides you with this fresh and pioneering approach.  Learn how to increase functional independence and developmental skills while reducing stereotypical, self-injurious or aggressive behaviors.  This exciting conference will feature lecture, video and demonstrations.  Active Learning equipment and materials will be on display throughout this conference.

Individuals with multiple disabilities (cerebral palsy, visual impairment, cognitive impairment, autism, hearing impairment, etc.) are at great risk from developing reliance on others to interact with the world around them.  Active Learning recognizes that every child/adult with special needs is unique.  The programming and intervention for facilitating learning must reflect this individuality. Active Learning emphasizes creating a developmentally appropriate and enriched environment so that children and adults with multiple special needs become active learners. 

This conference will help professionals and parents understand the theories of Active Learning, to facilitate simple ways to change the environment, and to create a daily curriculum that fosters independent and appropriate developmental learning.  

Learning Objectives for this Conference

Participants will be able to:

  • Establish rich environments to encourage active learning vs. passive learning
  • Identify the role of play as a developmental tool in learning
  • Understanding the dynamic learning circle and the role a disability plays in disrupting this process
  • Identify strategies to encourage developmental learning
  • Identify how to use Active learning as an instrument for decreasing self-injurious behavior, self-stimulatory behaviors or aggressive behaviors
  • Understand the purpose and use of equipment that facilitates an Active Learning environment including:  the Little Room, Resonance Board, HOPSA-dress, Support Bench, Multi-functional table and others.
  • Understand and identify the emotional and intellectual levels of the special needs child. 
  • Identifying the role of the adult in promoting skill development
  • Assess a child’s developmental level with the use of the Functional Scheme
  • Establish a rich and appropriate Active Learning curriculum by developing appropriate IEP goals.  

Our Speaker

Patricia Obrzut is the Assistant Director of Penrickton Center for Blind Children, a private, non-profit organization serving blind, special needs children ages 1-12 years.  Located in Taylor, Michigan, Penrickton Center offers residential, daycare, and consultative programs at no charge to families.  Ms. Obrzut has a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy and received the permission of Dr. Lilli Nielsen in 2002 to provide Active Learning educational trainings. She is considered an expert in the use Active Learning strategies, equipment, techniques, assessment tool and curriculum, implementing programming for special needs children since 1992.

Preston Ridge Campus of Collin College

This year's Active Learning Conference will take place in the Conference Center at the Preston Ridge Campus of Collin College. The campus is located at 9700 Wade Blvd., Frisco, TX near Preston Road and Wade Boulevard, in Frisco, TX.  

CCCCFrisco

Hotels in the Area

The following hotels are listed as offering the state rate on rooms.  Please make your own reservations at one of these hotels or a hotel of your choice.

COMFORT SUITES | 972-668-9700 MAP & Directions 

9700 Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75033-4258

Website: www.csfrisco.com 

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS | 972-668-5959 / 972-668-5959 MAP & Directions 

3400 Parkwood Blvd, Frisco, TX 75034

Website: www.hiexpress/friscotx 

HYATT HOUSE | 972-668-4500 MAP & Directions 

2875 Parkwood Blvd, Frisco, TX 75034

Website: www.hyatthousefrisco.com 

Registration Fee

You may register now and pay later if you are using a purchase order or check.  You may also register using a credit card.

  • $100 for Professionals and Family Members thru May 15th; $125 beginning May 16, 2017.
  • $75 for Paraprofessionals and University Students thru May 15th; $100 beginning May 16, 2017.

Register now!

Family Members of School-aged Children with Visual Impairments

Limited assistance is available for Texas family members of students with visual impairments or deafblindness.  Please contact your HHSC caseworker if you have an active case open about their ability to help with the cost of registration and travel before requesting assistance from TSBVI Outreach.  When registering you may request assistance with registration costs and other financial needs to attend and one of our staff will contact you about your request.

If you are not sure if this conference is for you, you may want to visit the Active Learning Space Website prior to attending this event.  There you will learn some of the basics 

Contact: 

Kate Hurst, TSBVI Outreach Programs

 or 512-206-9224

or

Deattia MacDonald, Region 10 Education Service Center

 or (972) 348-1700


June 13-14, 2017 

Texas Assistive Technology Network Statewide Conference             

8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Region 4 Education Service Center, Houston, TX

Session ID 1014709

For more information visit Texas Assistive Technology Network Statewide Conference


June 16 & 17, 2017

13th Annual Texas Parent to Parent Statewide Parent Conference 

Embassy Suites in San Marcos, Texas

Save the dates for this fantastic conference!


July 2017


July 19-22, 2017

AER International Orientation & Mobility Conference 2017

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


July 27-30, 2017

13th International CHARGE Syndrome Conference

Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, Florida

Every two years the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation hosts the largest gathering in the world of individuals with CHARGE syndrome and their families. The conference is also attended by dedicated professionals who make themselves available to families throughout the weekend.

We are thrilled to announce the date and location for the 13th Annual CHARGE Syndrome Conference – Taking CHARGE in Orlando!

Rosen Shingle Creek is conveniently located on Universal Boulevard, minutes away from many world-famous attractions. Begin planning now to join us for an amazing conference and maybe even stay for a holiday!

More information coming soon. Stay tuned!