Registration Forms for
Living With Vision Loss Seminars and
Living With Vision Loss Seminars
September 11th – 13th, 2018
“Introduction to Living with Vision Loss”
Introduction to Living with Vision Loss registration form in Word format
Introduction to Living with Vision Loss registration form in PDF format
Introduction to Living with Vision Loss: A seminar for those with vision loss
September 11-13, 2018
Come join us! This seminar will teach you the resources and skills you need to adjust to your sight loss.
• Skills focus on living your life with safety, efficiency, dignity and fun
• How to make your office and kitchen more accessible and safe
• One-on-one Vision Assessments to help find better solutions for your magnification and lighting needs
• Learn about white canes and how to use human guide efficiently
• Meet and socialize with people facing your same vision challenges
• Learn how to make your favorite games accessible to you again
PLUS, we always have Game Night & Art!
Be sure to bring any portable adaptive aids you use (including eyewear). Remember your bathing suit for the Hot Tub!
All are welcome, including friends and family!
Call 503-668-6195 to Register. Registration closes Aug. 28th
The Hull Park and Retreat Center in Sandy, OR
Mary Lee Turner – Retired teacher of independent living skills to those with sight loss for 30 years at the Oregon Commission for the Blind.
Julie Wright: Certified Literary Braille Transcriber, Vision Loss Instructor, and licensed Mobility Guide Dog Instructor, O&M Student at PSU
Mike Yamada – Retired O&M Specialist from Commission for the Blind (OCB);
Gail Webb – Retired Low Vision Instructor from OCB;
Ken Twergo – The Low Vision Store;
Kevin Roebke – Public Utility Commission of Oregon
The Oral Hull Foundation for the Blind has the resources to help you live your life with dignity, efficiency, safety and FUN!
Click on date or event to download registration form in Word format
June 4th-10th, 2018
Summer Social Retreat – a relaxing and laid back, less physically strenuous trip than our Adventure retreats. A week of socializing with people, from all over the U.S., who share similar challenges of sight-loss. Activities could include, tandem bike riding, seeing a live play, visiting local outdoor landmarks in the Mt. Hood National, touring local breweries & wine tasting rooms, kayaking, dinner by the camp fire, horseback riding, crafts, swimming, fishing, archery, team competitions via on-site and outdoor games and lots and lots of fun!
June 20th-25th, 2018
Friends & Alumni – This is a relaxing and social summer retreat. Activities may include archery, fishing in our trout pond, walking our park trails, tandem bike riding, and other fun activities.
August 8th-14th, 2018
Adult Moderate Adventure Retreat – This is a moderately physical retreat. Activities include white water rafting, horseback riding, kayaking, and other fun social interaction at the park. If you choose not to participate in an activity, you may stay back and enjoy the quiet relaxation of our facility. There may be a Skydiving option available for an additional fee. This option may occur only if a minimum number of participants is met for the activity.
August 17th-23rd, 2018
Adult High Adventure Retreat – This is a more physically demanding retreat than our Moderate Adventure. It includes white water rafting and many of the same activities as Moderate Adventure but adds a challenge course and outdoor rock climbing. If you choose not to participate in an activity, you may stay back and enjoy the quiet relaxation of our park. There may be a Skydiving option available for an additional fee. This option may occur only if a minimum number of participants is met for each activity.
Please contact us for assistance with registering for activities.