Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Contributors Marjie Wood, M.Ed., COMS, TVI I have worked in the field for over 45 years, both as an O&M Specialist and TCVI. My current role is partnering with parents of children from 0-5, those with low vision, and those with additional needs. My goal is to give parents the skills they need to be more interactive with, supportive of and better able to advocate for their child's O&M development as a student and a more enriched life as an adult. June Allison Mother of Caeden, a 3 year old with Cortical Visual Impairment and Cerebral Palsy, who has been using the PBC for over a year and is in the process of transitioning to a long cane. I also hold a Bachelor of Science in Special Education General and Adaptive curriculum with a concentration in Reading. I have been teaching High School Extended Content Standards for the past 7 years. Geri Darko, M.Ed., TVI/COMS I taught at the MT School for the Deaf and the Blind for 20 years; 11 of those as the on-campus O&M specialist. I am currently teaching elementary Special Education at Centerville School. Danika Dunlap, MA, COMS, CATIS An O&M Specialist for a school district near San Antonio, Texas for the past 6 years. Recently began working with 3 students using the PBC including a pre-walking toddler and two who still rely on their walker. Currently enrolled in the WMU program to complete a masters degree in VRT. Blanche Faulk, MA, COMS I have worked at Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired for 15 years. Currently serving as the Outreach Director. Prior to working at LSVI, I worked at Affiliated Blind of Louisiana (ABL) as an intern and worked for 3 years as a Home and Personal Management Instructor and COMS.