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Vision Rehabilitation : Multidisciplinary Care of the Patient Following Brain Injury - Penelope S. Suter

Vision Rehabilitation

Multidisciplinary Care of the Patient Following Brain Injury

By: Penelope S. Suter (Editor), Lisa H. Harvey (Editor)

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Published: 2nd February 2011
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Providing the information required to understand, advocate for, and supply post-acute vision rehabilitative care following brain injury, Vision Rehabilitation: Multidisciplinary Care of the Patient Following Brain Injury bridges the gap between theory and practice. It presents clinical information and scientific literature supporting the diagnostic and therapeutic strategies applied in a comprehensive overview of current diagnostic and treatment strategies in adult post-brain injury vision rehabilitation.

Includes a foreword by Dr. Sue Barry

Because post-brain injury rehabilitation works best in a team setting where the entire person can be treated, this text has been carefully designed as a multidisciplinary resource with an emphasis on models for working with the rehabilitation team. The book covers a myriad of topics such as post-brain injury vision rehabilitation; eye movements; binocular dysfunction; visual field loss; visual-spatial neglect; shifts in visual egocenter affecting balance and coordination; visual-vestibular interactions; central vs. peripheral visual attention; as well as deficits in object perception, visual memory, and visual cognition.

The book details models that vision specialists working with the rehabilitation team can use to achieve the best success for the patient in rehabilitation; vision rehabilitation concepts and the science from which they have been developed; examples of therapeutic exercises; practice management information for the post-brain injury vision rehabilitation practice; and information on the legal process in which one frequently becomes involved in this type of work. Edited by eminent clinicians, the book highlights the work of contributors who are well-respected academicians and researchers, bringing together the clinical information that enables everyone involved in a brain injury case to grasp the diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

Forewordp. vii
Prefacep. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
Editorsp. xv
Contributorsp. xvii
What Is Vision Rehabilitation Following Brain Injury?p. 1
The Interdisciplinary Approach to Vision Rehabilitation Following Brain Injuryp. 31
Neural Substrates of Visionp. 45
Spatial Visionp. 77
Evaluation and Treatment of Visual Field Loss and Visual-Spatial Neglectp. 153
Egocentric Localization: Normal and Abnormal Aspectsp. 193
The Use of Lenses to Improve Quality of Life Following Brain Injuryp. 213
Photophobia, Light, and Color in Acquired Brain Injuryp. 283
The Vestibular System: Anatomy, Function, Dysfunction, Assessment, and Rehabilitationp. 301
Evaluation and Treatment of Vision and Motor Dysfunction Following Acquired Brain Injury from Occupational Therapy and Neuro-Optometry Perspectivesp. 351
Acquired Brain Injury and Visual Information Processing Deficitsp. 397
Vision Examination of Patients with Neurological Disease and Injuryp. 427
Successfully Incorporating Vision Rehabilitation into the Primary Care Vision Practicep. 461
Advocating for Your Patient in the Legal Systemp. 483
Glossaryp. 493
Indexp. 499
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ISBN: 9781439836552
ISBN-10: 1439836558
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 544
Published: 2nd February 2011
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.91
Edition Number: 1