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April 20-23, 2023

The 63rd annual CTEBVI conference will be held at the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront, April 20-23, 2023.

Our conference brings blind and visually impaired students and their families together with the professionals who meet their educational and rehabilitation needs.

The conference features Professional Workshops, Youth and Parent Institutes for students and families, and an Exhibit Hall to showcase innovative products and resources. It is a unique opportunity for teachers, transcribers, students, families, and vendors to come together, to share techniques and best practices, and to build a supportive community. Browse the workshop schedule.

You can book your hotel room at the group rate of $190. The last day to book at this rate is Wednesday, March 22, 2023 and our room block is limited. You can also book your room by phone at (650) 692-9100 using the code CTER.

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Registration for the Youth Institute is now open

The Youth Institute will run from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm on Saturday, April 22. It is open free of charge for all blind or low vision students in the K-12 school system as well as our transition age college students under the age of 22.

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Registration for the Parent Institute is now open

The Parent Institute will run from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 22. It is open free of charge for any parent or legal guardian of a child who is blind or visually impaired.

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previous conferences

A look back at our previous conferences...

2022 pdf

2019 pdf / doc

2018 pdf / doc

2017 pdf / doc

2016 pdf / doc

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