SPN Special 2 from the 2014 International AER Conference

Listen to SPN Special 2 from the 2014 International AER Conference

SPN is pleased to bring you the second of three specials recorded from the Exhibit Hall floor of the 30th Anniversary International AER Conference from San Antonio Texas.

While these interviews are more geared towards a Vocational Rehab or Education Professional, we believe that the information is also directly relatable to those in school or college. Or for those who have, or who are looking for, employment. Please pass along the links to this, and our other two specials, to those you may know who could benefit by hearing this type of information. And be sure to let us know what you think of our coverage by leaving us a comment here on the blog.

Also, we’d like to thank our fantastic SPN Summer Show Sponsors HIMS Inc. and Elegant Insights for their support in bringing you these interviews.

Interviews that can be found in this special are…

Sue Martin and Ricky talk about life, work and stepping “out of the Whirlpool”

Joe takes a closer look at products from Enhanced Vision

Ricky reads the signs with MDI Traffic Control

Joe views Canada and their adjustment to the Texas Heat with ESight

Looking towards VR Horizons with Ricky

Joe gets some exercise running the bases with Beep Kickball

Ricky learns chords and more with Perkins eLearning

Maxi Aids catologs much with joe

Bling, rings and more when Ricky peruses Jewelry in Braille

Ricky practices her multiplication tables with Braille Math

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One Response to SPN Special 2 from the 2014 International AER Conference

  1. Kelley Armstrong says:

    Hello serotek staff
    I’m a long time listener of the podcast since 2011! I’m weighing in on the new iPhones. I had an iPhone 3gs in 2010! I had att and I was on a family share plan with my mom and grandmother. Well, in short my grandmother wasn’t a big time cell phone user and neither was my mom. I left at in 2011 and I got my own phone through metropcs. I have had three androids which the first of the two types of phones I had was one with both a touch screen and a pullout keyboard. This was the better experience than the complete touch screen. I was tired of android so I left metropcs for Odin mobile and got the Odin VI and I like the phone but I hate the trade off I made. I found out the only place I fit in was with iOS. I know now if I have any smart phone it must be an iPhone. Odin mobile, good customer service, easy to use website, the Odin VI would be a better basic phone if it had the radio and the ability to connect to the web and do more advanced things with contacts. The added feature of a pordle to buy ring tones would be nice. A more up to date feature phone with more features might not be a bad thing for Odin mobile to consider along with adding the type of simcards that the newer iPhones take. I have poor network coverage when I’m out and about. In some areas I do well to have 25 percent of signal strength. It’s rediculous my dad has metropcs which runs off of t mobile and he gets better coverage than me. Odin mobile piggybacks off of t mobile and I have poor coverage. I am considering the six plus an I am gonna get one unlocked and put it on metropcs. I could get the 3GS but I can’t even justify doing that and though at the time I owned mine it was revolutionary but now it’s out of date. I had thought about the iPad minni and now I will get the new iPhone six plus instead. I just updated my iPad two to iOS 8 and I like the new features added. It was a successful update and I had no problems updating! I still think people will change their minds once they see the new iPhones first hand and feel it. I have some eyesight and I think that people with low vision will like the bigger iPhones!
    Keep up the good work!

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