Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association

Enhancing Neurological Recovery Through Vision Rehabilitation

Awards

NORA acknowledges individuals and organizations for important contributions to the area of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation. These awards are presented annually at the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association General Conference. To recommend a candidate for any of those awards where nominations are accepted, please fill out the form on that award’s page and send it to the NORA Awards Committee at NORAAWARDS@Gmail.com by August 1, 2018. All nominations are reviewed by the NORA Award’s Committee. The committee consists of three members; one of whom is the committee chair. Committee members serve a term of two years, but can be reassigned additional terms by the NORA president.


Advancement of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Award

Presented to the individual, group, agency or organization that has demonstrated, by virtue of its actions, treatments or clinical procedures to further the advancement of the art and science of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation.
Deadline August 1, 2018

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The Advancement of Sciences Award

Presented to the individual, group, agency or organization that has provided a unique and valued contribution to the science of neuro-optometric rehabilitation.
Deadline August 1, 2018

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Founding Father’s Award

Given to those who demonstrate, in their professional actions, a lifelong dedication to the exploration, elucidation, and enhancement of the concepts surrounding the nature of the human visual process.
Deadline August 1, 2018

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William and Diana Ludlam Educators Award

Presented to the individual educator or institution best exemplifying the commitment to serving the students and patients in the neuro-optometric rehabilitation effort. This award is selected by Diana Ludlum with additional input from the Awards Committee or others as determined by Ms. Ludlum

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Gus Forkiotis Student Award

Given to the student with the best poster or published paper in the area of neuro-optometric rehabilitation. This project will be judged by the NORA student programs committee and committee chair. The winner will receive recognition at the NORA Conference and also will receive a check in the amount of $250.00.

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President’s Award

Given to individual who has demonstrated superior service to the organization and/or the area of neuro-optometric rehabilitation. This award is selected by the NORA President who submits the recipients’ name to the Awards Committee at least one month prior to the NORA Conference, with additional input from the Awards Committee or others.

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