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2015 Colorado Vision Training Conference

2015 CVTC

Primitive Reflexes and Sports Vision:  Visual Foundations to Peak Performance

This three day, twelve-hour course is designed to provide participants with hands on learning opportunities to explore the relationship between the developing sensory - motor systems and the emergence of visual motor and visual perceptual functions.  Primitive reflex assessment techniques, live demonstrations, and video analysis will be used to teach medically accepted assessment methods and effective exercises.  Participants will have the opportunity to engage in reflex and sports vision activities aimed at facilitating optimal levels of visual performance.


Dr. Andrich is a certified fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry in Columbus, Ohio. He has been in private practice with his wife Patti Andrich, OTR/L for over twelve years in North Royalton, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland.

Dr. Andrich uses a functional, developmental approach to treat visual dysfunctions. He has advanced training in evaluating and treating vision disorders of the pediatric, special needs, and adult populations. Dr. Andrich is nationally known for his success working with athletes of all levels.

Dr. Andrich lectures on the topics of infant/pediatric vision, learning-related vision disorders, and sports vision. He has been a guest speaker for the national television program, “American Medical Review” and has been featured by the Cleveland Plain Dealer highlighting sports vision training. Dr. Andrich has the distinction of having one of his most famous cases being featured on the Paul Harvey Radio Program.

Dr. Andrich is a past president of The Cleveland Optometric Association and is the InfantSEE coordinator for Northeast Ohio.  He has staff privileges at University Hospitals Parma Medical Center.  Dr. Andrich is a clinical associate of The Optometric Extension Program and a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, where he serves on the International Examination and Certification Board. Dr. Andrich is committed to improving visual performance through advanced vision therapy.



Patti Andrich, MA, OTR/L,COVT, INPP  is an occupational therapist known for her success in treating individuals with difficulties in visual-motor, visual-perceptual, auditory perception and vestibular functioning.  Patti received her Master degree from The Ohio State University College of Education and her occupational therapy degree from the Cleveland State University Department of Health Sciences.  Additionally, Patti holds certification in auditory processing using The Listening Program with Bone Conduction from Advanced Brain Technologies and is certified and licensed through INPP in primitive reflex integration techniques; having studied in the UK under the direction of Sally Goddard at the Institute of Neurological Physiological Psychology (INPP).

Patti is a certified vision therapist, member of The Optometric Extension Program as well as the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the recipient of several honors and awards and has been a guest speaker for local, state, national and international conferences.

YMCA of the Rockies - Estes Park, Colorado (970) 586-3341

Located 90 minutes from Denver and adjacent to the Rocky Mountain National Park, the YMCA of the Rockies is an ideal setting for the 45th Annual Colorado Vision Training Conference.
Cool mountain breezes blend with the brilliant sunshine and an incredibly blue sky to create a perfect time for adventure, relationships and education. You’ll enjoy a rustic environment with lodge-style accommodations.
YMCA of the Rockies
Estes Park, ColoradoSpeakers: Alex and Patti Andrich
Office: Sensory Focus