A short summary of the key features when working with patients with specific types of visual problems include:
Visual acuity and contrast improvement, monocular in a binocular field activities, speed and accuracy of saccades, pursuits, visual prediction and visual information processing.
VISUALLY RELATED LEARNING AND ATTENTIONAL PROBLEMS:
Speed and accuracy of saccades and pursuits, automaticity of number, letter and word naming, central-peripheral integration, sustained visual attention, eye-hand coordination, rhythm, and visual and auditory sequencing, memory and integration.
SPORTS VISION ENHANCEMENT:
Decreased motor latency and increased hand speed. Improved central-peripheral integration, visual prediction, speed and accuracy of pursuits, saccades, sustained visual attention, and eye-hand coordination.
TBI/ABI: Target field loading of patients with visual field loss and visual spatial neglect, Speed and accuracy of saccades and pursuits, automaticity of number, letter and word naming, sustained visual attention, eye-hand coordination, central-peripheral integration, rhythm, and visual and auditory sequencing, memory and integration.
New Charting Feature
Allows you to chart and document your patient's improvement over time
Visual Abilities Remediated/Enhanced in the CHARTS MODULE
1. Saccadic Ability
2. Pursuit Ability
3. Peripheral Awareness
4. Central-Peripheral Integration
5. Visual-Auditory Integration
6. Visual Search
7. Visual Closure
8. Visual Memory
9. Visual Acuity Enhancement
10. Anti-Suppression (MFBF)
12. Contrast Sensitivity
13. Visual Cognitive Ability
14. Divided Attention
15. Spelling Ability