Christine Winter-Rundell – Vision Processing & Therapy: Collaborative Approaches for Individuals with Sensory Processing Disorders, ADHD, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury & Other Special Populations
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- Christine Winter-Rundell, Professor
Duration: One Whole Day
Audio and video formats are available.
Date: April 27, 2016
Reading and gross motor development eye tracking activities
Tools for detecting developmental and acquired vision impairments
Clinical aids for bettering visual performance
Vision-based therapeutic approaches
This session will teach you how to detect and comprehend the nuances of how visual processing relates to the problems you treat in clinical practice on a daily basis, such as sensory processing disorders, autism, ADHD, and traumatic brain injury.
You will discover:
the procedures required to appropriately test for potential visual impairments
to recognize various visual abnormalities; to educate your patients and their parents on how vision affects learning, behavior, and function; and to cooperate on successful treatments and therapeutic visual interventions Ideas for direct treatment and home programming
Investigate and experiment with various strategies for improving and increasing anomalous visual abilities. Learn new ways for screening for common visual problems and leave with clinical tools to help you broaden your understanding and enhance patient outcomes.
Vision Models: Traditional vs. Developmental
Vision is a living thing.
Breakdown of the Visual System
Ocular health and refractive errors
Perceptual and functional abilities
Visual Efficiency Capabilities
Eye movement, accommodation, and binocularity neurodevelopment
Amblyopia, strabismus, and the need of early intervention
Neurodevelopmental diseases with vision impairments
As sensory processing diseases, vision difficulties
Standardized and observational visual perceptual testing
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Treatment
laying the groundwork for strong visual development
The significance of vestibular and motor functions
Collaboration of therapeutic methods and/or educational techniques
The use of lenses and prisms in optometry
Visual System Neuroplasticity
Early action is essential.
Is there an age at which intervention is no longer possible?
Fixing My Gaze, Sue Barry, and vision therapy
Concussion and brain damage
Learning, Vision, and Behavior
Undiagnosed or untreated visual disorders manifest as signs and symptoms.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Warning Signs
Vision issues vs behavioral issues
Procedures for Screening and Hands-on Demonstration
PLRG the red/green penlight
Convergence insufficiency screening that is standardized
The midline plane, visual tracking, and head movement
InfantSEE and finding a developmental optometrist in your area
Hands-on Demonstration and Therapeutic Activities
Activities involving visual-vestibular integration
Exercises in eye tracking for gross motor development and reading skills
The significance of eye teaming and convergence
Games that improve visual perception
Activities involving bilateral integration
Distinguish between classic and developmental vision models.
Determine the various visual systems and how they affect learning.
Describe the visual consequences of neurologic disorders.
Discuss how vision plays a role in early intervention.
Describe how to do a vision screening.
Work together to develop therapeutic strategies for visual difficulties.
Direct treatment techniques and home programming concepts should be summarized.
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Christine Winter-Rundell, OD, FCOVD, FAAO, is an American Academy of Optometry Fellow as well as a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD). Her major interests include primary eye care for children of all ages, with a particular emphasis on children with vision-related learning difficulties or any patients who have suffered a brain damage. She likes working with other specialists to manage patients and regularly collaborates with occupational, physical, and speech therapists, psychologists, and pediatricians. Dr. Winter-Rundell graduated with honors from the University of Iowa in 2000 with a degree in Biology and a minor in Psychology. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, and then completed a residency in Primary Eye Care with a focus in Pediatrics at Nova Southeastern College of Optometry. She joined Cedar Rapids Eye Care’s Children’s Eye Center in 2005. Dr. Winter has been highly engaged in optometric service missions to five different Latin American nations, where her Spanish language skills was useful, and she is looking forward to sharing that experience with her children.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Dr. Christine Winter-Rundell works at The Children’s Eye Center at Cedar Rapids Eye Care.
PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Dr. Christine Winter-Rundell does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.
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