Understanding and Managing Vision Deficits A Guide for Occupational Therapists
Edition: 3rd 2011
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Description: The Third Editionof Understanding and Managing Vision Deficitsis the go-to resource that will enable occupational therapists to develop a comprehensive understanding of vision, appreciate the various effects vision problems can have on the practice of occupational therapy, and to more effectively manage patients with vision disorders. Understanding and Managing Vision Deficits: A Guide for Occupational Therapists, Third Editionis a unique collaboration from occupational therapists, optometrists, and low vision rehabilitation specialists. Dr. Mitchell Scheiman presents a unique Three Component Model of Vision that includes: Visual integrity: Includes visual acuity (clarity), the optics of the eye, and eye health Visual efficiency skills: Includes focusing, eye teaming, and eye movements Visual information processing skills: Includes the ability to analyze, interpret and respond to visual information A major emphasis of the new edition is on management of eye movement, visual information processing, visual field, and low vision problems. Therapy suggestions have been expanded and the use of computer software has been incorporated into the therapy. Some Additional Chapter Topics Include: Visual problems associated with learning disorders Visual problems associated with acquired brain injury Management of vision problems for children with special needs Low vision Features of the Third Edition: Updated figures, research, and references Incorporates current American Occupational Therapy Association Practice Framework Glossary of key terms Appendices that include a vision screening report form and low vision supplies and equipment Understanding and Managing Vision Deficits: A Guide for Occupational Therapists, Third Editionwill continue to bring the professions of occupational therapy and optometry together and will guide health care professionals to provide the ultimate in patient care.
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List price: $73.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/15/2011
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.50" long x 1.50" tall
|About the Author|
|Preface to the Third Edition|
|Preface to the Second Edition|
|Preface to the First Edition|
|Review of Basic Anatomy, Physiology, and Development of the Visual System|
|Three Component Model of Vision, Part One: Visual Integrity|
|Three Component Model of Vision, Part Two: Visual Efficiency Skills|
|Three Component Model of Vision, Part Three: Visual Information Processing Skills|
|Screening for Visual Acuity, Visual Efficiency, and Visual Information Processing Problems|
|Management of Refractive, Visual Efficiency, and Visual Information Processing Disorders|
|Visual Problems Associated With Learning Disorders|
|Visual Problems Associated With Acquired Brain Injury|
|Visual Rehabilitation for Patients With Brain Injury|
|Oculo-Visual Disorders Associated With Developmental and Sensory Disabilities|
|Management of Vision Problems for Children With Special Needs|
|Low Vision: Overview and Review of Low Vision Evaluation and Treatment|
|Activities of Daily Living and Individuals With Low Vision|
|Getting Involved in Low Vision Rehabilitation|
|The Inter-Relationship Model|
|Theory and Guidelines for Visual Task Analysis and Synthesis|
|Glossary of Key Terms|
|Vision Screening Report Form|
|Low Vision Supplies and Equipment|