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    Top 10 vision therapy books

    My favorites offer something for everyone at every level


    3. Optometric Management of Learning-Related Vision Disorders

    Mitchell M. Schieman, OD, FCOVD, FAAO

    Michael W. Rouse, OD, MS, FAAO

    Originally published in 1993; current reprint published by the Optometric Extension Program Foundation


    Visual perception can be a challenging topic on many levels.  Knowing what tests to perform, how they are interpreted, what therapy to offer, and how to explain the results to patients and parents are multifaceted challenges to tackle.

    This book breaks down each of the topics in an easy-to-follow manner. The authors offer advice garnered over their many years of teaching and practice experience. While it would be impossible to discuss every test in every area of visual perception or visual information processing, they hit the most common ones comprehensively.

    The therapy section is a useful complement to the diagnostic section. Understanding visual perception allows you to communicate with professionals working with patients such as occupational therapy and educational specialists, so this book is a must-have.

    Up next: Fixing My Gaze

    Marc B. Taub, OD, MS, FAAO, FCOVD
    Dr. Taub is the chief of Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, as well as supervisor of the residency program in Pediatrics and Vision ...


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