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Understanding and Managing Visual Deficits: A Guide for Occupational Therapists September 11th, 2012

Title: Understanding and Managing Visual Deficits: A Guide for Occupational Therapists
Location: IU Health Methodist Hospital Petticrew Auditorium
Description: A 2-day seminar is designed for therapists and assistants (occupational, physical, and speech) who work with either the pediatric, acquired brain injury or the elderly population.

This seminar is an introductory level course designed to help therapists develop a comprehensive understanding of vision and how vision can impact on the therapy process. A three-component model of vision will be presented stressing the importance of optical, visual efficiency and visual information processing disorders.

Twelve (12) hours of continuing education credit (1.20 CEUs) will be received for attending
Start Date: 2012-11-16
Start Time: 08:30
End Date: 2012-11-17
End Time: 16:00