FAQ: Figuring out a prognosis for functional strabismus recovery

FAQ: Figuring out a prognosis for functional strabismus recovery

Having read the strabismus chapter of "Applied Concepts in VT", I've found many encouraging but also discouraging quotes. Keep in mind that I mostly read this chapter with my own case in mind. This means that factors pertaining to my own case stand out more to me. Factors that might be immensely important to other patients' cases and mentioned in the chapter are not necessarily mentioned in my list. This table of probability allows one to calculate the odds of functional recovery of a strabismic based on his or her specific characteristics. It's…Read more …

FAQ: Example of a Comprehensive Visual Processing Evaluation intake report (PDF)

Below you will find the intake report of a 58 yo female patient suffering from Convergence Insufficiency and various other visual deficiencies. This report was compiled based on two separate one hour testing sessions. The two sessions were done on two different days in order not to have fatigue skew the results.  Page 1 gives a statistical overview of how the patient did in terms of population percentile or age equivalent and whether or not this performance was adequate for healthy every day visual function. Page 2 to 5 explain what the various…Read more …
Passing the motorcycle road test

Passing the motorcycle road test

On the sixth of April I passed my final motorcycle exam: the road exam.  As far as visual learning goes, the motorcycle experience was very interesting in analyzing the flaws in how I learn. It reaffirmed some of the bottle necks in my visual process. To work around oculo-motor limitations and the lack of stereovision, I largely rely on cognitive adaptations grounded in experience and extra vigilance. Regardless of my limited visual skills and stamina, I maximally used my current visual skills in order to accomplish the task.  Basically I learned to work around…Read more …