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Career Opportunity Meeting

Job Informational Meeting/Initial Interviews

Monday, January 14, 2019 6:30 – 7:30 pm

  • Gain a better understanding about vision development and rehabilitation.
  • Learn about specific job requirements for the position of Vision Therapist

Interested in helping children and adults achieve their best through vision therapy? We are looking for a motivated individual that has a passion for helping others and has an attitude of learning. Training will be provided. The position is 3 afternoons per week and requires availability from 3:30-6:30 pm. Please send your resume and cover letter describing why you would be a perfect fit for our practice. Learn more about the services we offer at www.bouldervt.com.

Prism, Prism, Prism!

Course Title: Prism, Prism, Prism!

Part I: Prism Prism Prism Part 1 Handout Simonson

This course is an introduction to the use of prism in order to improve sensory perception and oculomotor control. This course will discuss monocular, bi-ocular, binocular and yoked prism use in vision therapy.

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Part II: Prism Prism Prism Part 2 Handout Simonson

This workshop will provide hands-on experience and demonstration of vision therapy procedures. Participants will complete training using prism bars, prism flippers, loose prism, Risley Prism, prism glasses, and yoked prism. Techniques will include monocular, bi-ocular, binocular and yoked prism activities.

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For password protected information, please visit: Prism Course Notes

See to Achieve: the role of vision in sensory and motor development

See to Achieve: the role of vision in sensory and motor development

Hand-out for the Boulder Community Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic Talk: BCH Handout

Links for more resources:

 

Tracking Exercises: Eyes On Track

The Brock String: Brock String

Vision Training Apps:

  1. Visual Attention Therapy: Video
  2. Opto: Video

Book referenced during talk: Understanding and Managing Vision Deficits: A Guide for Occupational Therapists

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2015 Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association Annual Meeting

The Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, International (NORA) is a group of committed individuals from various disciplines focused on advancing the art and science of rehabilitation for the neurologically challenged patient. Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation is an individualized treatment regimen for patients with visual deficits as a result of physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, and other neurological problems. It specifically treats acquired visual dysfunctions as determined by standardized diagnostic criteria and should be a part of the multi-disciplinary rehabilitation team. The treatment regimens encompass medically necessary compensatory and non-compensatory lenses and prisms with or without occlusion and other appropriate strategies.
This conference will demonstrate the importance of neuro-optometry and its role in effectively collaborating with the rehabilitation team in improving patient outcomes.

Our Vision Therapy Team

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Carrie, Barbara, Becca, Kayla, Claire, Dr. Jen, Kathryn, Gail, Lea Ann, and Amy at our January 6, 2014 Staffing Meeting.