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Vision, Vestibular and Visual Spatial Skills – Unfolding what we see, and how we see: Durban - April, 23, 2020

This one-day workshop will create a fuller understanding of the incredible complexities of vision and how we create our adaptive response to what we see. From the neuro-anatomy through ocular motor and visual spatial skill, the workshop participant will glean a fuller lens through which to assess and create effective intervention plans. Not only will the different definitions of function make practical sense, but the participant will feel equipped with new tools of assessment as well as intervention. A practice lab of activities will support the integration of the learning and ensure practical carry over into the work environment. This course is a good compliment to understanding the development of praxis and intervening with executive function and reading and writing difficulties. Discover how this all fits together in the developmental frame of understanding.

Registration opens: January 6, 2020

Course Type: Live Course

Contact: amy.wilkes86@gmail.com or laurie@kcitoti.co.za

Target Audience: Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Psychologists

Educational Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Pre-Requisites: None

Number of participants: Unlimited

Instructional Methods: PowerPoint, Group Discussion, Practice Lab

Assessment: Complete Workshop Feedback Form

Contact Hours: 6

 

Certificate of Attendance will be provided

 

Fee: Contact amy.wilkes86@gmail.com or laurie@kcitoti.co.za

  • 08.30am – Registration
  • 09.00am – The Neuro-Anatomy
  • 10.00am – Ocular Motor Skill with practice lab
  • 11.00am – Morning Break
  • 11.30am – Visual-Perceptual Skill
  • 13.00pm – Lunch
  • 14.00pm – Visual-Spatial Skill with practice lab
  • 15.30pm – Afternoon Break
  • 15.45pm – Vision and Cognition
  1. Be able to define and assess 5 components of ocular-motor skill
  2. Be able to describe at least 2 different pathways of vision in the brain
  3. Be able to assess and intervene within a developmental hierarchy in visual-spatial skill
  4. Be able to describe at least 5 ways in which vision and cognition overlaps in learning skill.

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