Description:

This workshop presents examination procedures to test vision in infants, toddlers, and developmentally delayed patients. Specific techniques developed for pediatric eye examinations will be practiced to assess visual function and perceptual processing. This course will emphasize clinical observations and how to make age-appropriate modifications of optometric testing.  Keywords: Pediatric Testing, Infant, Toddler, Vision Development, Vision Examination

Course Code:

AOA279-FV

Speaker(s):

Jennifer Simonson, O.D.
drjsimonson@yahoo.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/2/2025

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