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Functional Interaction of the Visual and Motor Systems in Rehabilitation
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This seminar provides the elements of understanding, screening and intervention for implementing functional vision needs into your total therapy approach. Topics include: Developmental Characteristics of Visually Motivated Behavior; The Visual Process to Use Sight; Anatomical Review; Development of Basic Visual Skills;Developmental Interference in Visual-Motor Integration; Relationships Between the Postural and Visual Systems; Functional Vision Skills and Concepts; The Visual-Cervical-Vestibular Triad; Visual Aspects of the Development of Postural Control Behavioral Characteristics in Children with Visual Dysfunction; Acuity Correction and Optometric Findings; Functional Vision Screening; Binocular Skills in Vision and Movement; Introduction to Functional Vision Training; Categories of Functional Vision Efficiency; The Use of Prism Lenses; Concepts in Strabismus. Handouts included in PDF file format.
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