Vision Assessment of ABI Patients - January, OhioHealth Doctors Hospital, Friday, 25. January 2019



Vision Assessment of Acquired-Brain Injury Patients for Non-Optometric Rehabilitation Providers
January 25 (1 PM - 5 PM) and January 26 (8 AM- 4:30 PM)
11 PT/OT/SLP CEU's will be provided
Presented by Dr. Steven J. Curtis, O.D., FCOVD, FNORA
This course will provide comprehensive understanding of the critical link between vision and the overall rehabilitation process of acquired brain injury patients. Attendees will participate in lectures and workshops. Lectures will include foundational knowledge essential for identification of vision deficits, both functional and perceptual. Workshops will provide hands-on experience with evidence-based vision tests for immediate utilization in the clinic setting.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: at the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to:
1)      Describe the difference between structure-based and function-based eye care and how these differences relate to their patient care.
2)      Identify vision deficits, functional and perceptual, through patient history and observation.
3)      Administer a standardized battery of evidence-based vision tests learned and practiced in the workshops.
4)      Determine if a patient’s rehabilitation process requires visual management
5)      Understand and integrate vision perception with motor function during rehabilitation.

About the speaker:
Dr. Steven J. Curtis, a native of Marietta, Ohio, received his Doctor of Optometry degree from The Ohio State University in 1987. He completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology in 1983. Dr. Curtis is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Ohio Optometric Association. He is also a member of the College of Vision Development, The Optometric Extension Program, The Sports Section of the AOA, and The Ohio Amblyope Registry. Dr. Curtis was awarded the “Optometrist of the Year” by Novamed Alliance in 2005. He was also selected as one of Consumer Reports Top 100 Optometrists in 2003. Dr. Curtis has earned fellowship certification from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association. 
Dr. Curtis is enjoying the growth in his work with patients who suffer persistent vision disturbances after brain injury including concussion and stroke. He has worked with many athletes including some from the Columbus Crew and Columbus Blue Jackets. He is also the exclusive neuro-optometrist for OhioHealth Rehabilitation Hospital services. 

Day # 1
1:00-2:30              Vision Assessment of ABI Patients, Part I
                                Introduction/Goals
                                3 O’s and 3 Levels of vision
                                Review of Rehab for ABI
                                Overview of Neuro-optometric Rehabilitation
2:30-2:45              BREAK
2:45-4:00              Vision Assessment of ABI Patients, Part II
                                Symptoms
                                Spectacle Considerations
4:00-5:00              Workshop

Day #2
8:00-9:30              Vision Assessment of ABI Patients, Part III
                                Binocularity
                                Ocular Motility
9:30-10:30           Workshop
10:30-noon         Vision Assessment of ABI Patients, Part IV
                                Ambient Vision
                                Field Cuts vs USI
12:00-1:00           LUNCH
1:00-2:00              Workshop
2:00-3:15              Vision Assessment of ABI Patients, Part V
                                Visual Information Processing/Perception
                                Visual-Vestibular Integration
3:30-4:30              Workshop and Wrap up/Conclusion
 
                                “You are ready to implement this on Monday”

                
Cancellation and Refund PolicyOhioHealth reserves the right to cancel or delay this course due to any unforeseen circumstances. In the event this meeting would have to be canceled, OhioHealth will refund your registration fee. We are not responsible for any travel, hotel or other costs incurred. If a participant cancels, refund of conference fee minus a 25% administrative charge will be made if written notice of cancellation is received no later than January 18, 2019. No refunds will be granted after January 18, 2019.
 
      

Friday, 25. January 2019, OhioHealth Doctors Hospital, Vision Assessment of ABI Patients - January

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