COVD 2007 Applied Concept Course Carl Hillier, OD - $149.00
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2007 Information Processing Dysfunction Applied Concept Course by Carl Hillier on DigiVision :: 2 Full Days
Many optometrists feel uncomfortable diagnosing reading and/or learning related vision problems and are unsure of what to do about them. This course will lay out a point-by-point method of how to evaluate what a personâ€™s strengths and weaknesses are in the area of visual information processing/visual perception. The course will also show how to determine individualsâ€™ cognitive styles and what learning strategies they use in their everyday world. Once these factors are determined, it is possible to predict whether vision therapy may be necessary and how much improvement can be expected. Specific therapy procedures will be presented with hands-on presentation, along with suggestions on how to modify existing therapy programs and activities. Modifications for different ages and how therapy can be best sequenced for the patient will also be presented.
Equally important is effective communication with the patient, parents, and other professionals/referral sources. This information will be introduced throughout the program where it is most appropriate. Suggestions for managing therapy within a fullscope practice will also be provided.
About Dr. Carl G. Hillier
Dr. Hillier graduated from the University of California, San Diego in 1977 with a Bachelors degree in Psychology. He received a Bachelor of Visual Science degree in 1980 and his Doctor of Optometry degree in 1982 from Pacific University. He received his COVD Fellowship in 1986.
Dr. Hillier directed the Vision Therapy Clinic at the Balboa Naval Hospital, San Diego from 1982 to 1985. In 1985, Dr. Hillier entered private practice with Dr. Robert B. Sanet in Lemon Grove, California. He is currently the Co-Director of the San Diego Center for Vision Care. He is an Adjunct Clinical Professor for the Southern California College of Optometry and has provided vision training for Olympic and professional athletes. In 1992, he founded the Vision Rehabilitation Clinic in the San Diego Rehabilitation Institute at Alvarado Hospital.
Lecture Series: College of Optometrists in Vision Development
Lecture Year: 2007