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A Guide for Occupational Therapists: Understanding Vision Development and How Visural Disorders Interfere with Reading, Learning, Attention and Other ADL

  • April 03, 2016
  • 8:45 AM - 2:00 PM
  • OT for Kids 219-02 Linden Blvd. Cambria Heights, NY 11411

Registration

  • PLEASE CONTACT OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR KIDS TO REGISTER!
    Occupational Therapy for Kidz,
    Specializing in Sensory Integration
    219-02 Linden Blvd, Cambria Heights, NY 11411718-949-5439 (KIDZ)
    Fax: 718-949-5438
  
A Live workshop! The focus is on functional vision with lecture and hands-on training.  To help understand visual motor, visual perceptual skills, visual perceptual-motor integration skills, we must comprehend vision. 

Learning Objectives: Following this course, participants will:  

-Developmental vision milestone (From early intervention age children)
-Developmental vision milestones (From early intervention age children)
-Understanding the visual process in all areas including: eye movements, binocular vision and visual perceptual skills
Screening strategies to identify functional vision disorders in children
-How to integrate developmental vision concepts into your treatment protocol
-The specific vision problems often seen with special needs children such as CP, DS, ADHD, ASD and LD
-Supportive strategies for the classroom
-Specific vision activities which may be considered for children with visual perceptual difficulties
-The role Vision plays as part of the total Sensory Motor System

Presented by Dr. Michele Bessler, Developmental Optometrist

AOTA Approved .4 CEUs

   

    
 Low Rate: $119  
PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE AT http://www.therapeuticconsultingservice.com/Workshop-Registration.html


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