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"My eyes can see, but I can't see" - How behavourial optometry can help children use their full visual potential

Whilst many children show apparently normal vision on testing, they may be very poor at using their visual skills on a day to day basis. This course considers the nature of vision, how it integrates with other senses and the impact on children when this goes wrong. The course concerns the role of the behaviourial optometrist in remediating visual difficulties through the use of lenses and vision therapy, and how parents and teachers can help children's visual development. The ways in which this approach relates to more traditional forms of optometry is considered.
06 November 2007 14:30 to 21:00
Catherine Pearson or Rachel McHale
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