Studt Practicum #171 - Brain Based Visual Impairment
This three-hour lecture will provide a holistic understanding of the visual and other sequalae of pediatric based vision impairment. This presentation will attempt to provide information and an approach to diagnosis and treatment in ways that will provide an introduction for someone new to this topic as well as provide insights for those who have worked with this population. Cases from our clinic will aid in illustrating many of the teaching points with time for significant exchange provided. Less...
- Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to obtain an extensive and pertinent history of the CVI case, assess the visual function as well as the functional visual needs of a CVI case and provide a report that addresses the rational for diagnosis as well as a collaborative treatment plan.
Sunday, September 19, 2021
09:00 AM PDT - 12:00 PM PDTRegister for this Webinar
About the speaker
Barry S Kran, OD, FAAO
CE Information - Earn 3 CE Credit Hours
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