In Remembrance of Ms. Eddie Langdon
Services for legendary TSBVI teacher Ms. Eddie Langdon, 103 years old, will
be on February 19, 2017 at 2:00 PM at King Tears, 1300 East 12th Street,
2017 Chapter Presentation and VisionWalk Kickoff!
Join us for our second Chapter Presentation, and first VisionWalk Kickoff
in Austin! Learn about some of the latest research and clinical trial
updates for retinal diseases, and discover the resources available to you
in Austin. Additional presenters and details will be added after the
2017 Texas Symposium on Deafblindness
It's time to register for the 2017 Texas Symposium on Deafblindness! 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.
The Austin Blind Café Returns to Austin in 2017
After a series of sold out events in recent years, the Austin Blind Café is back by popular demand.
The Blind Café is an award winning community awareness concert, discussion, and dinner in the dark where people connect, learn, and break bread together. The aim is to inspire and initiate positive social change in the lives of everyone involved in the experience, using the concept of darkness to break down social norms that typically exist as barriers.
National Federation of the Blind Youth Slam: A STEM Academy
NFB Youth Slam is a week-long learning opportunity that gets blind students excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), and careers in STEM, by offering hands-on learning opportunities. Apply online now for the July 23-29, 2017 STEM Academy session!
Skyward Family Access, a web-based method for parents to access their student's school information, is now available!
For School Year/Comprehensive Programs students, TSBVI is pleased to announce the launch of Skyward Family Access, a web-based method for parents to access the student's school information, including grade history, grades and attendance.