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Working Side by Side, VRT and CATIS

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Contributors

  • Elyse Connors

    Elyse Connors, PhD, CVRT, COMS, is an associate professor in the Blindness and Low Vision Department at WMU, and coordinates the VRT masters program. Her areas of research include job tasks of VRTs, safer medication management for persons with vision loss, and assessment.

  • Sarahelizabeth Baguhn

    Sarahelizabeth Baguhn, PhD has taught Assistive Technology skills for a public-school district and to adults in the community as a private contractor. She holds ACVREP’s CATIS & COMS as well as a Wisconsin TVI license. At Western Michigan University she teaches courses in AT, braille, and O&M as well as coordinating the AT certificate program. Dr. Baguhn serves on the board of directors for the Michigan Blind Athletic Association, the subject matter expert committee for Assistive Technology with ACVREP, as well as the ACVREP advisory council for Audio Description.

  • Joe Todd

    Dr. Joe Todd is a Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist. His education includes an Applied Arts and Sciences degree in Respiratory Therapy, a bachelor’s degree from Dallas Baptist University, a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, and a Master of Arts in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy from Western Michigan University. Dr. Todd provides assessments and training in accessibility technology for the Michigan Bureau of Services for Blind Persons and the Michigan Department of Education Low Incidence Outreach program. His experience ranges from many types of devices such as refreshable braille displays to digital players and iOS devices.

April 21, 2022
Thu 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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