- 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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Constant presence: Alliance builds reputation for patient safety advocacy
Founded five years ago, the Health Care Alliance for Patient Safety (HCAPS) is making good on its mission to advocate for patient safety and protect the fundamental doctor-patient relationship. The alliance’s advocacy will be recognized with the AOA’s Apollo Award during a ceremony at the 2023 Optometry’s Meeting® June 21-24.
What defines the value of care we provide?
Health and vision plans have not adapted and grown with the care we deliver but hold back optometry’s momentum.
How to speak the universal language of care
How to create a bilingual and culturally sensitive practice, why it matters to patients and how it can set you apart from the competition.