This seminar discusses the importance of integrating physical handling with the functional vision needs of the client. Postural control related to spatio-temporal orientation is discussed. Specific handling treatment techniques are presented along with the basic characteristics of visual midline shift syndrome and post trauma vision syndrome. Specific information about the nature and use of prism lenses is discussed and demonstrated. Handouts included in PDF file format.
1. Describe the importance of understanding the client’s visual status.
2. Describe the major aspects of physical handling and the importance of establishing postural control.
3. List the characteristics of Visual Midline Shift and Post Trauma Vision Syndromes.
4. Describe the concept of using prism lenses and the influence of prism lenses on postural organization.
Level I Introductory/ no prerequisites required.
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