On Wednesday, March 23, 2016, Dr. Patrick Pirotte, NECO’s Behavioral Scholar in Residence, will present a COVD Tour de Optometry. Dr. Pirotte will be speaking on the “Role of Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation in Learning Disabilities and Concussion.”
The NECO Behavioral Scholar Program brings to campus nationally renowned academicians and clinicians for the purpose of expanding the exposure of faculty, students, and area practitioners to prominent and respected leaders in the field of pediatric and developmental vision and vision therapy. This event is part of the COVD Tour de Optometry. The tour was created by the COVD to travel to different optometry schools across the country to inform and excite them about vision therapy and behavioral and developmental vision. Learn more about the COVD Tour de Optometry.
The COVD Tour de Optometry will take place in LH-3 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM and is open to students, faculty, and guests. Students are strongly encouraged to attend and a meal will be served.