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    Occupational Therapist


    Pediatrics 226

    Visual Perception


    3.0

    • Define visual perception
    • Describe the typical development of visual-perceptual skills
    • Identify factors that contribute to typical or atypical development of visual perception
    • Explain the effects of visual-perceptual problems on occupations and life activities such as activities of daily living, education, work, play, leisure, and social participation
    • Describe models and theories that may be used in structuring intervention plans for children who have problems with visual-perceptual skills
    • Identify assessments and methods useful in the evaluation of visual-perceptual skills in children
    • Describe intervention strategies for assisting children in improving or compensating for problems with visual-perceptual skills
    • Give case examples, including principles of evaluation and intervention.

    Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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    $57.00 USD


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