for OPTOMETRISTS and VISION THERAPISTS
June 26-27-28, 2020 (Friday thru Sunday)
The Optometrist's Guide to Strabismus: Reorganizing Space Time and the Visual Process
Where: Caledonia, Ontario, Canada (north of Toronto)
What: 3-Day Seminar and Workshop for Optometrists & Vision Therapists
This comprehensive course provides a foundation for relating to patients with strabismus, anisometropia, and other binocular adaptations. It explores clinical considerations for analyzing the sensory status of the patient with strabismus. Evaluates optometric findings in a sensory processing context. Helps the clinician establish a prognosis and an effective plan for strabismus training. Introduces the MIT (or “Slotnick Swirl”) as a diagnostic testing tool. Helps clinicians interpret image projection responses, both normal and anomalous projection. Provides recommendations for activities which support processing of visual information over 4 dimensions of space/time.