[Research Poster] Management of Visual Deficits with Neurological Etiology – Implications for Practice Patterns and Inter-professional Collaboration

To investigate and describe:

  1. occupational therapy practice patterns as it relates to low vision and visual dysfunction,
  2. what occupational therapy practitioners perceive as their level of competence in addressing vision and how competence is achieved,

  3. the importance of inter-professional management to provide comprehensive care and best practice for visual deficits,

  4. potential practice guidelines for the management of visual deficits resulting from neurological etiology.

Source: Management of Visual Deficits with Neurological Etiology – Implications for Practice Patterns and Inter-professional Collaboration – Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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