Basic Introduction to Behavioral Vision Care, with Dr Bob Hohendorf. This Webinar was recorded on May 18, 2020
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This Course was designed by Dr Bob Hohendorf for those looking for information on the Behavioral Vision Care Model of Optometry.
The Optometric Behavioral Care Model was not taught very well in most Optometry schools. Even current state and school CE seem to be repetitions of the same subjects and information."
"Basic Introduction to Behavioral Vision Care" will help you gain better insight and answer some questions regarding:How does Vision Care based on a Behavioral Model allows Optometry to serve more patients in more ways.
How can you grow a private practice through serving/helping a broader range of conditions and high levels of patient satisfaction.
Your drive to become the best is fueled by your "practice") along with further education. It does take a dedication to helping your patients and a "thick skin" attitude and time to become comfortable with the research, the logic and the results of this exciting model of optometric care.
Dr. Hohendorf is Instructor Emeritus of OEPF's Clinical Curriculum Courses and Past Chair of OEPF Education Committee. He is a graduate of Illinois College of Optometry (1975), where he participated in an intensified vision therapy protocol under the tutelage of Doctor's Coleman, Hatfield, and, Leo Manas. After graduation, he practiced in Kentwood, MI, in a full scope practice until 2003, when he moved to Wyoming, MI and established a multidisciplinary clinic, The Vision and Sensory Center. He retired from active practice in 2017.
He is a past-president of the West Michigan Optometric Association and past chair of the Michigan Optometric Association's Vision Therapy Committee. He is currently a First District Governor of District 11-C-1 LIONS Club in South West Michigan. He participates in LIONS of MI "Project Kidsight" and Establishing District 11-C-1's "Reading Between the Lions" programs. He has served on the boards of his local Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired and the Kent County Board of Head Start as its president from 1993-1994. He has been a consultant to several local schools and the local professional basketball team, the Grand Rapids Hoops. He was the first OD to receive hospital privileges at Spectrum Health System in their rehabilitation division.
His activities include local, statewide, and International speaking on vision care. He was an Instructor for the Optometric Extension Program Foundation's Clinical Curriculum. He is a lifetime member of the Michigan and American Optometric Associations.