What's a Webinar?
A webinar is a web-based seminar in which a live presenter speaks to the audience, usually over a telephone line, while audience members watch their own computer screens to view slides, video clips, etc, controlled by the presenter. Audience members can use their own phones or a speakerphone to interject questions or comments and can reply to polling and question and answer sessions to enhance the educational experience.

The following previously recorded webinars are available as archived presentations.

WEB 1: The Child-Friendly Low Vision Exam

How does the pediatric low vision examination differ from the adult exam? Which tests are most helpful and what are some of the tricks of the trade to make the examination productive for the child, the parent or guardian and the clinician? This one hour program will answer these questions and others pertinent to the low vision examination of a child, especially those in the 0-5 age group.
For: Optometrists, ophthalmologists, VR professionals, ophthalmic technicians, OTs, nurses, TVIs, opticians
Presented by: Michael Fischer, OD
Tuition: $30
CE credits: Contact us at 212-821-9470 or education@lighthouse.org for more details.
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WEB 2: KidTools: A Survey of Current Low Vision Devices for Children

Children bring an additional set of issues to the need for and use of low vision devices. This one hour session explores the devices in all categories - spectacles, hand magnifiers, stand magnifiers, telescopes and high tech - that are commonly prescribed for children, and issues surrounding their use.
For: Optometrists, ophthalmologists, VR Professionals, ophthalmic technicians, OTs, nurses, TVIs
Presented by: Michael Fischer, OD
Tuition: $30
CE credits: Contact us at 212-821-9470 or education@lighthouse.org for more details.
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