[Pibe-division] Register for 16th Annual Rehabilitation Conference in Orlando

Edward Bell ebell at pdrib.com
Mon Jun 5 14:14:27 UTC 2017



*** Ten days remaining to get the early bird registration rates *** 


Contemporary Issues in Rehabilitation and Education 

For the Blind




Rosen Shingle Creek Resort

9939 Universal Boulevard

Orlando, Florida 32819-9357

(866) 996-6338


Monday, July 10, 2017 

8:30 am - 7:30 pm


Come and join us!  Once again, this year's conference will be action packed
with a variety of new speakers, topics, and hands-on events.



          7:30 - 8:30 am-Registration

          8:30 am-Conference Begins

2:00 - 5:00- Interactive Breakout Sessions

          5:00 - 7:00 pm-NBPCB Awards Reception


Click here to register:



Registration Fee includes the NBPCB Awards Reception:

Cost: Before June 15 - $85 for professionals; $75 for Students. 

 After June 15 - $100 for both students and professionals  


The National Certification in Unified English Braille (NCUEB) Exam will be
offered from 1:00-5:00 concurrent with this conference. Separate
registration is required to take the exam. See this link to register for
NCUEB <https://nbpcb.org/members/er.php?eid=331> . 


Those certified through the NBPCB may register using their username and
password.  All other participants should register as a guest. 

For questions or special arrangements, contact Edward Bell at 318-257-4554,
or ebell at latech.edu. 



National Blindness Professional Certification Board (NBPCB) 

Professional Development & Research Institute on Blindness (PDRIB)

Louisiana Tech University

National Organization of Professionals in Blindness Education



Edward C. Bell, Ph.D., CRC, NOMC

Director, Professional Development and Research

Institute on Blindness

Louisiana Tech University

210 Woodard Hall 

PO Box 3158

Ruston LA 71272

Office: 318.257.4554                      Fax: 318.257.2259 (Fax)
Skype: edwardbell2010

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brain than in the near certainty that people of equal talent have lived and
died in cotton fields and sweatshops." 

-- Stephen Jay Gould


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