On Sunday, March 29, 2015, NECO’s 2015 Behavioral Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Jack Richman will present a lecture entitled: Aging and Driving – The Role of Vision and Visual Information Processing in Elderly Drivers. Learn more about the Dr. Richman and download the application form.
Lecture Abstract: “Elderly drivers require complex coordination of many different skills, both physical and mental. The influence of these changes in vision and visual information processing abilities during driving and reading will be discussed. Included will be clinical information for evaluations, its relationship with safe driving, and approaches to vision therapy and rehabilitation.”
COPE Continuing Education credit will be available for the Behavioral Optometry Scholar-in-Residence CE Program on Sunday, March 29, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.The registration fee is $80 for the event, but the fee is waived for NECO faculty, students, and OTs.
For more information, contact Timothy Wilson at Wilsont@neco.edu or call 617-587-5586.