- FV-Children and Their Devices
- FV-Evaluation and Management of Patients with Special Needs
- FV-Infant and Toddler Examination Workshop
- FV-Insights into Autism
- FV-Neuroplasticity: It is Never Too Late For The Brain to Change
- FV-Prescribing for Refractive Errors in Young Children
- FV-Providing Visual care to Patients on the Autism Spectrum
- FV-Sports Centered Eye Exams: Integrating performance vision concepts into Primary Eye Care
- FV-Sports Vision Series - Sports Vision Testing & Evaluation
- FV-The Vision and Learning Link - The Impact of Unidentified Vision Conditions on Learning
- FV-Training the Athlete's Visual System: What the Research is Telling Us
- FV-Visual Evaluation of the Child with Special Needs
- FV-Workshop: Establishing Sports Vision in a Practice
FV-Identification, Treatment and Management of Traumatic/Acquired Brain Injury
This course will highlight the optometrist's role in the care, management and treatment of traumatic/acquired brain injury patients. In this course we will define relevant optometric terminology for the evaluation and management of this patient base, outline the impact to vision that one might suffer from following a traumatic/acquired brain injury, identify the key components in the optometric evaluation of a brain injured patient and lastly identify optometric interventions for these brain injured patients.
Christina Esposito, O.D.
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A successful practice takes a village—doctors of optometry and paraoptometric staff—to make it work and even prosper. Toward that end, the AOA has created a trove of practice management tools and services that can power practices forward in a profession and health care landscape that increasingly demands doctors practice at their highest levels and creates greater opportunities to develop and empower paraoptometric staff. These days, change is out of necessity.
A recent #AskAOA webinar, hosted by the AOA Third Party Center, offered helpful advice for how doctors can address and respond to clawbacks.
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