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Setting Successful VISION REHAB in Motion: New Ways to Accelerate Progress for Functional Outcomes in Children & Adolescents

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Objectives

  1. Determine evaluation techniques with appropriate patient treatments. 
  2. Organize plans how to initiate evaluation and home treatment plans. 
  3. Distinguish and create treatment strategies for high tone and low tone eye musculature. 
  4. Evaluate treatment for strabismus to normalize muscle tone and eye alignment.
  5. Measure nystagmus beats and use for follow-up treatments.  
  6. Differentiate types and treatments for nystagmus. 
  7. Appraise influence of Neuroplasticity therapy techniques on visual improvements during treatments. 
  8. Apply successful techniques for improved tone of the extra ocular eye muscles with vision rehabilitation.

Outline

Copyright : 08/12/2021

Target Vision Challenges with Neuroplasticity Techniques | Self-Study

History and evaluation set successful therapy in motion.  MRI scan, EEG, function from the child with visual impairments reveal what is working and not working.  These are key to understanding where to send sensory information into the nervous system to rewire functional vision.  Visual Neuroplasticity will be explained through case studies and treatment examples.

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Objectives

  1. Determine where to start, what to consider and how to evaluate eye movement.
  2. Measure findings comparable for pre and post treatment to relate to visual challenges.
  3. Demonstrate skills for evaluation and treatments in any setting.

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Copyright : 04/09/2021

The Not-So-Typical Vision of a School-Age Child | Self-Study

Screening, evaluation, documentation, and intervention of a child that may have flown under the visual screening radar but truly has a visual impairment. The concerns and remediation for this very common pediatric client will be discussed with a functional and pragmatic approach.

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Objectives

  1. Assess screening and evaluation options for a child to determine functional vision.
  2. Demonstrate documentation of functional and objective goals for a child with mild visual dysfunction.
  3. Demonstrate the development of intervention plan for child with functional vision impairment.

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Copyright : 04/26/2021

Dyslexia Treatment Made Easy | Self-Study

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Objectives

  1. Distinguish the need for reading remediation vs functional cognitive retraining to improve treatment plan.
  2. Develop 3 visual strategies for dyslexia to improve reading comprehension.
  3. Apply 3 auditory strategies for dyslexia to follow verbal directions.
  4. Determine everyday activities to improve executive cognitive function to support overall memory, interpreting what is seen and hand/eye coordination.

Outline

Neurodevelopment Etiology of Dyslexia

The Power of Observation Dyslexia is Not Just About Reading! Strategies, Interventions & Coaching for Learning Success Waiting on Testing? Gain Positive Outcomes In the Meantime!

Copyright : 03/16/2021