This webinar is divided into two parts. In the webinar we are going to look at the rationale for vision surveillance. We are going to untangle the vision surveillance cycle and through that untangling we will hopefully sort out why we do what we do and when we do it. Then we will talk about the important aspect of when should a baby or child be referred on for further assessment.
Please note that this webinar has two parts. Part 1 runs for 45 mins and then we suggest that you take a break and have a stretch and come back to watch part 2 which runs for an hour.
- vision surveillance protocols
- the rationale for vision surveillance
- your important role that you play in maintaining visual development in young babies and children at a normal level, and intervening when we notice that it has gone off track
- vision surveillance cycle, why we do what we do, and when we do it.
- when a baby should be referred
Sue has over 20 years experience as a paediatric orthoptist and in an academic role. She has taught widely in the areas of paediatric eye disease and vision surveillance and vision screening. She is currently the chief investigator on the project which is developing and implementing the Australian Childhood Vision Impairment Register.
These are convenient and accessible and can be accessed at anytime. These sessions are presented by International and National experts including RIDBC staff. All the courses are accredited by the BOSTES and many are also accredited by Audiology Australia and AG Bell.
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