Description:

This course will provide the primary care optometrist with the information necessary to increase their comfort level in providing vision care for individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders. Video vignettes will be used to illustrate appropriate examination techniques. Additionally, information will be provided about other professionals involved on the care team of persons with special needs.

Course Code:

AOA272-FV

Speaker(s):

Catherine Heyman, O.D.
cheyman@ketchum.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/23/2025

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