Date Presented 04/04/19

This descriptive case study compares preparatory, occupation-based, and combined-intervention approaches for the compensatory treatment of visual field deficits as a feasibility study. Using the AMPS to examine occupational performance, it appears the combined training was most effective for visual compensation of everyday IADLs. However, results of eye tracking with a driving simulator offers contrasting evidence for safety when attempting to compensate for visual deficits with scanning.

Primary Author and Speaker: Rachel Gartz

Additional Authors and Speakers: Anne Dickerson, Jennifer Radloff

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