Preliminary program

30th May 2019 Thursday
Informal get together - pre-registration is necessary
Cost is not included in the registration fee
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Time:18:00
Location:Bereg Embassy Bar and Café
1015 Budapest Batthyány utca 49.b

31st May 2019 Friday
09:00-10:00REGISTRATION and WELCOME COFFEE
Host: Beáta Prónay
Board Member, representing Central European Countries, responsible for the rehabilitation interest group, ICEVI-Europe
10:00-10:40OFFICIAL OPENING
10:00-10:10Welcome and conference opening speech
Attila István Simon dr.,Deputy State Secretary for Social Affairs, Ministry of Human Capacities, Budapest
10:10-10:20FSZK Nonprofit Ltd. – Results achieved and plans for the future in favour of visually impaired persons
Zsolt Szilaj, The Equal Opportunities of Persons with Disabilities Non-profit Ltd., Budapest
10:20-10:30Introduction to LÁRESZ, Association for the Support of Rehabilitation for Individuals with Visual Impairments
Gabriella Varga, President of LÁRESZ Association, Budapest
10:30-10:40Opening thoughts of the president of ICEVI-Europe
Hans Welling, President of ICEVI-Europe
10:40-11:30KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Raising Expectations Across the Lifespan: The Convergence between Skills and Attitude
Edward Bell PhD, Director, Professional Development and Research Institute on Blindness, Louisiana Technical University
11:30-12:15MEETING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CHALLENGES OF VI
11:30-11:45Support for professionals in the rehabilitation
Judit Csákvári PhD, Katalin Billédi PhD,ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education, Institute for the Psychology of Special Needs, Budapest
11:45-12:00Family planning among women with visual impairment
Csilla Hankó, Melinda Pohárnok Dr., Katalin Lénárd Dr.,University of Pécs, Pécs
12:00-12:15Applying work ability testing tools to support career guidance of youngsters with disabilities and special educational needs - Research results
Erika Jókai PhD, Óbuda University, Budapest
12:15-12:45ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATION SKILLS
12:15-12:30Software licences available for visually impaired through the Country License program
Mihály Szuhaj, IT Foundation for the Visually Impaired – INFOALAP, Budapest
12:30-12:45From sheets to speech - the “Lapról hangra” initiative
Katalin Sebestény, IT Foundation for the Visually Impaired – INFOALAP, Budapest
12:45-13:45LUNCH BREAK
CHAIR: Zsolt Szilaj
Programme office manager, Equal Opportunities of Persons with Disabilities Non-profit Ltd., Budapest
13:45-15:45BASIC and VOCATIONAL EDUCATION - OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
13:45-14:00Parental Satisfaction with Early Intervention Services for Children with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities in Thessaloniki of Greece
Neofotistou Konstantina, Syzoi, Thessaloniki, Fotiadou Eleni,Department of Physical Education and Sport Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thesszaloniki
14:00-14:15Who has to change?
Ágnes Somorjai, School for the Blind, Budapest
14:15-14:30System of Education of the Blind and Visually Impaired Children is Russia
Myasnikova Ludmila, PhD, Faculty of Pedagogical and Special Needs Education, Saratov State University, Szaratov
14:30-14:45IT innovations in teaching mathematics for visually impaired students
Mihály Szuhaj, IT Foundation for the Visually Impaired – INFOALAP, Budapest
14:45-15:00Habilitation and rehabilitation activities for students with low vision
Erika Anita Baráth, School for the Low Vision Students, Budapest
15:00-15:15New ways of social integration - making or baking the future
Csaba Bíró, School for the Blind, Budapest
15:15-15:30Introduction to the Computerised data-recorder part of vocational training in the School for the Blind
Szilvia Dávidházy, School for the Blind, Budapest
15:30-15:45Summer Employment for Youngsters with Visual Impairments
Yael Weisz-Rind, Guila Seidel, Ofek Liyladenu, Israel National Association of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments, Jeruzsálem
15:45-16:15COFFEE BREAK
16:15-16:35Poster presentations 4 min/each
16:35-17:35TACTILE GRAPHICS – presentation
Boguslaw Marek Dr. hab., Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawla II, Lublin
17:35-17:40CLOSING 1st day – Anouncement of Evening programme
17:40-18:40TACTILE GRAPHICS – WORKSHOP – pre-registration necessary (maximum number of participants: 25)
Boguslaw Marek Dr. hab., Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawla II, Lublin
The workshop is full.
From 17:40TACTILE EXHIBITION in the School for the Blind
Under blindfold with English speaking guides
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From 19:15Concert and Reception – at NÁDOR HALL (1146 Budapest, Ajtósi D. sor 39.) - Indication of attendance is necessary
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1st June 2019, Saturday
CHAIR: Hans Welling
President, ICEVI-Europe
9:00-9:30KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Step by step to a more independent everyday life: expanding horizons and shared experience
Inger Berndtsson PhD, associate professor, University Göteborg Department of Education and Special Education, Göteborg
9:30-10:45THE ROLE OF ARTS AND CRAFTS IN REHABILITATION
09:30-09:45Metaphors, Memoirs and Narratives of Blindness
Rita Hoffmann PhD, freelance scholar ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education Institute for Disability and Social Participation, Budapest
09:45-10:00„Musical Dreams” – Musical Education for Children with Visual Impairments
Yael Weisz-Rind, Ofek Liyladenu, Israel National Association of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments, Jeruzsálem
10:00-10:15The Role of Music in Blind Persons’ Social Responsibility
Maria Flamich PhD, School for the Blind, Budapest, ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education Institute for Disability and Social Participation, Budapest
10:15-10:30Tactile art for everyone
Erzsébet Móga Sebők, Kézzelfogható Foundation, Budapest
10:30-10:45Visual Art and Visual Impairment
Tanja Pavlov, Center „Vinko Bek”, Zágráb
10:45-11:15COFFEE BREAK
11:15-12:30ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY
11:15-11:30Me and space: early orientation and mobility in young children with cortical visual impairment
Erika Kiss, ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education, Institute for the Methodology of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation, Budapest/Early Intervention Center, Budapest
11:30-11:45From Little Cabin to Discovery Wheel
Minna Nevalainen, Timo Ylikarhu, Finnish Federation of Visual Impaired, Helsinki
11:45-12:00The Tactile Material Workshop/Library Project
Secil Arikan, Engin Yilmaz, Canan Cam Yucel,Istanbul
12:00-12:15Systematic approach on orientation and mobility teaching for visually impaired persons
Zsigmond Fehér, School for the Blind, Budapest
12:15-12:30Home teaching and ambulant care in the South Great Plain Region
Éva Nagygyörgy, Creative Forms Foundation, Szeged
12:30-13:30LUNCH BREAK
13:30-13:45GET THE FEEL! - SEX EDUCATION – presentation and introduction of the workshop
Emma Vandamme, Lisa Vanhove, Begeleidingscentrum Spermalie, Bruges
13:45-14:30ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY IN A SPECIAL GROUP AND THE ROLE OF SPORTS IN REHABILITATION
13:45-14:00Marathon Running with Visual Impairment: Challenges, Benefits, Achievement
Judit Gombás PhD, ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education, Budapest
14:00-14:15Teaching Orientation and Mobility the Deaf-Blind People
Sumarokova Irina PhD, „Perspective”, Nyizsnyij Novgorod
14:15-14:30Lived sport experience of an individual with deafblindness
Maricar Marquez, Coordinator of Independent Living Department, Helen Keller National Center
14:30-14:40CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE
14:40-15:40SEXUAL EDUCATION – WORKSHOP (1st group) – pre-registration necessary (maximum number of participants: 20)
Emma Vandamme, Lisa Vanhove, Begeleidingscentrum Spermalie, Bruges
The workshop is full.
15:40-16:40SEXUAL EDUCATION – WORKSHOP (2nd group) – pre-registration necessary (maximum number of participants: 20)
Emma Vandamme, Lisa Vanhove, Begeleidingscentrum Spermalie, Bruges
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POSTERS
Off Road Cane
Outi Lappalainen, Maarit Tilli, Valteri Onerva Centre for Learning and Consulting, Jyväskylä
Valteri Onerva Geocaching
Outi Lappalainen, Valteri Onerva Centre for Learning and Consulting, Jyväskylä
APPS and IDEAS
Outi Lappalainen, Valteri Onerva Centre for Learning and Consulting, Jyväskylä
INTEG-ART Experience centered program series
Éva Nagygyörgy, Ágnes Iványiné Bednár, Creative Forms Foundation, Szeged
The Role of occupational health in the employment of visually impaired persons. Result of a national survey
Sarolta Nagy Dr., National Public Health Center – General Department of Work Hygiene and Occupational Health, Budapest
EXHIBITORS
Búzavirág Foundation
INFO Alap
Kézzelfogható Foundation
Tatrapoint