Course Description

This course serves as a primer for optometrists seeking to improve their ability to manage patients with visual impairment. The focus is on low vision management and rehabilitative solutions for patients with mild to moderate visual impairment, providing participants with practical resources, and discussion of real-life cases.

Recorded during our 2022 Low Vision, High Impact Series 

Lecture Objectives:

1. The ability to understand the many members of a multidisciplinary low vision team.

2. Understanding the examination techniques, tests, and strategies that measure visual impairment and functional vision.

3. Understanding low vision devices, rehabilitation strategies, and assistive technology available on both local and global levels.

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