For Attendees

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Denver is a vibrant city with 300 days of sunshine annually, seven professional sports teams, the nation’s second-largest performing arts complex, the mile-long 16th Street Pedestrian Mall and many museums and cultural amenities. It‘s also the gateway to the fabulous Rocky Mountains, including Rocky Mountain National Park. Denver is the perfect location for Vision 2023, and a great place to extend your trip for a mountain high experience in the area.

Lodging

Registration will open August 15, 2022.

Stay in Touch

Enter your name and e-mail address and we will stay in touch with you about Vision 2023, but we won’t overwhelm your inbox. You’ll hear from us every three months at first, then monthly beginning July 2022 and weekly beginning May 2023.


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Transportation

With over 61 million passengers passing through it each year, Denver International Airport (DEN) is the fifth busiest airport in the United States. In 2018 the Wall Street Journal ranked Denver as the top-ranking airport in the United States for treating travelers better. No matter where you’re travelling from, flights into this major hub airport will be easy to find. Learn more here: https://www.denver.org/about-denver/transportation/airport-info/.

From the airport, you can ride the Denver Airport Light Rail to the heart of downtown. The “A-Line” will take you to historic and recently restored Union Station. Learn more here: https://www.denver.org/about-denver/transportation/airport-rail/.

The 16th Street Mall Free MallRide shuttle can deliver you from Union Station to the door of the Sheraton Denver Downtown in its continuously circulating fleet of electric busses. You’ll travel down Denver’s famous 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, designed by I.M. Pei. Learn more here: https://www.rtd-denver.com/services/free-mallride.

Travel Grants

In coordination with the International Society for Low Vision Research and Rehabilitation we will be offering travel grants for selected attendees/presenters from developing countries. See the list of developing countries as determined by the United Nations. Some travel grants may also be made available to students or residents in low vision rehabilitation from any country. Details of this program will be made available in 2022.

 

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