VT A to Z OEPF 2020
2 evenings of 2 hour lecture @ 8PM EST
This course expands an integrated model of vision and discusses principles of behavioral optometry, including testing procedures, diagnosis, and treatment options with emphasis on vision therapy. The course is for practitioners wishing to expand their model of vision further and learn about a multisensory model of vision that includes proprioception, balance, vestibular, auditory, visual, and cognitive considerations in the optometric evaluation and in the therapy room. The practitioner will gain knowledge on how to utilize multisensory assessments and develop therapeutic interventions that improve the long term success and treatment of our patients within an optometric practice. Case reports of various types will be given and participants will learn best practices for successfully working with their patients particularly in the therapy room, and how to enhance our patient’s overall well being and ultimately potential.
Randy Schulman , MS, OD, FCOVD
Dr. Schulman graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She graduated with her Doctorate in Optometry and Masters in Vision Science degrees from the State University of New York, College of Optometry. Dr. Schulman received her Fellowship in the College of Optometrists for Vision Development and is a Clinical Associate member of the Optometric Extension Program, in addition to being an Adjunct Professor at the State University of New York College of Optometry.
Dr. Schulman has lectured extensively on behavioral optometry topics such as vision in the classroom, vision and aging, visual difficulties in the developmentally delayed, and lectured and published on vision and autism. She specializes in behavioral optometry and vision therapy, pediatrics, learning disabilities and preventative, integrative and alternative vision care for all ages.