With an increase in the aging baby boomer population and expectations for a more active lifestyle, Optometrists face an increasing demand for vision rehabilitation services. From Macular degeneration to Traumatic brain injury, Optometrists are a leading and essential part of a vision rehabilitation team. New advances in technology, research, and increase in the scope of practice have changed the face of vision rehabilitation. Along with this change, comes a pressing need for educating our future optometrists on being prepared to serve this population. This panel of experts will discuss the past, present, and future of vision rehabilitation services.

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
June 20, 2018
Seminar Location:
Colorado Convention Center
Denver, CO
Face of Vision Rehabilitation-What Will the Future Look Like?

With an increase in the aging baby boomer population and expectations for a more active lifestyle, Optometrists face an increasing demand for vision rehabilitation services. From Macular degeneration to Traumatic brain injury, Optometrists are a leading and essential part of a vision rehabilitation team. New advances in technology, research, and increase in the scope of practice have changed the face of vision rehabilitation. Along with this change, comes a pressing need for educating our future optometrists on being prepared to serve this population. This panel of experts will discuss the past, present, and future of vision rehabilitation services.

Speaker Information
Raman Deol OD  [ view bio ]
Bhavani Iyer OD  [ view bio ]
Joan Stelmack OD  [ view bio ]
Marc Taub OD  [ view bio ]
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2018
Optometry's Meeting
Vision Rehabilitation
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