Seminars & Webinars
Presented by Dr. Carl G. Hiller, OD, FCOVD
RUEDA DE EXPERTOS: LOS SECRETOS DEL ESTRABISMO
Perlas clínicas en el manejo del estrabismo
Abril – Julio
Vision Development For Children With Special Needs
Efficient Visual Learning When Accessing Academic Instruction On Line
20/20 Is Not Enough!
Carl G. Hillier, OD FCOVD
La Jolla LearningWorks is sponsoring an important webinar on how to establish efficient visual learning when accessing academic instruction on-line.
You will learn how to:
- Manage On-Line Visual Stress
- Improve On-Line Visual Endurance
- Enhance On-Line Visual Learning
The development of academic skills is more and more dependent upon accessing teachers via an electronic interface – our computers. When using a computer, the doorway to learning is primarily accessed through the child’s visual system.
Opening the on-line doorway to learning is absolutely essential. This means ensuring that the visual system can “access the academic experience.” There is a myth that “20/20 eyesight” is sufficient for a child to access visual information – nothing could be further from the truth.
20/20 eyesight simply means you can see clearly far away, it says nothing about your child’s ability, skill or endurance to focus up close, to move their eyes and track along a line of print while reading, or to have the ability to have both eyes easily align on the screen or to process and remember what they see.
This webinar will provide practical and easily applied concrete methods to enhance your child’s ability access to the educational experience offered on-line. The webinar will review the physical and visual environment your child is in while engaged with on-line learning. It will review the importance of lighting, blue-blocking glasses, optimal computer screens, nutritional support for the extended exposure of light hitting the retina, and eye exercises that can minimize if not eliminate visual stress from extended computer use.
SDBIF June Online Zoom Saturday Meeting — Vision, the Brain and Vision Therapy
Vision Resides In The Brain
Recovering visual abilities after brain injury involves reestablishing brain function. In large part this is accomplished through Optometric Vision Rehabilitation with a Neuro-Optometrist.
Recovery requires a team approach of many professionals, working in collaboration with each other. This lecturer will review the wonderful ways visual abilities can be recovered through lenses, prisms, tints, phototherapy and other therapeutic interventions through Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation.
- Visual Field Loss
- Double Vision
- Visually induced balance disorders
- Visual Thinking
- Visually induced headache
When: June 20, 2020
Where: Zoom Conference through the San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
Time: 10am – 12pm
Other: San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
Eyesight to Insight – The Visual/Vestibular Foundation For Child Development
Cognition’s foundation lays heavily on vision and vestibular function. Mary Kawar, OTR a nationally recognized lecturer on the topic of vestibular development and treatment is teaming up with Dr. Carl G. Hillier, OD FCOVD, also a nationally recognized lecturer in vision development and treatment to share the critical relationship between vestibular and visual development in preparing children to learn.
When: January 7 – 8, 2020
Who: Shriner’s Childrens Hospital Pasadena, California
2019 BEYOND CONCUSSION WORKSHOP
Click here to view Beyond Concussion PDF 2019
2019 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Click here to view The Keynote Lecture of Development and Behavioural Optometry Course Review 2019
Click here to view The Two Day Course-Visual Perceptual and Cognitive Development Course Review 2019
ISVA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
2018 Community Seminars
Camp Pendleton sEMINAR
13th Annual Brain Injury Rehabilitation Conference
March 2-3, 2018, San Diego CaliforniaWorkshop: Vision Problems and Solutions After Acquired Brain Injury
Objective 1: To see lens and clinical treatments options for treating homonymous hemianopsia
Objective 2: To see and experience the yoked prism options for treating visually induced balance disorders
Objective 3: To see and experience the use of Fresnel Prism and Selective Occlusion to treat sudden onset diplopia
The Hidden Link Between Vision and Learning
Why Millions of Learning Disabled Children Are Misdiagnosed
The Essential Role Of Vision And Learning
October 18, 2017 Sorrento Valley Office
The Value Of “Grit” In Making Vision Therapy Successful
A Vision Help Seminar
Warren Walker School Screenings
Free Community Lectures
Lemon Grove May 18, 2017.
The Role of Vision Development in the Academic Success of Children
Vision and Learning Flyer 2017
Sports Vision Analysis
Scripps 12th Annual Brain Injury Rehabilitation Conference
“The Visual Complications After Traumatic Brain Injury”
“Treatment for the Visual Problems Following Brain Injury”
“Eyesight to Insight: The Visual and Vestibular Foundations to Child
47th Annual Meeting of the College Of Optometrists In Vision Development
“Optometry’s Role in Developing and Recapturing Attention and Memory Skills”
Adelaide August 6 – 7
Brisbane August 9 – 10
Sydney August 12 – 13
“Eyesight to Insight: The Visual and Vestibular Foundations to Child Development”
East – West Optometric Symposium Cleveland Ohio
“Vision Therapy’s Role In Attention and Memory”
“Chair-side Binocular Testing Leading to Effective Treatment Plans”
“The Essence of Visual Perceptual Testing”
“Sports Vision Training”