Remote Vision Therapy - an interview with Dr Paul Rollett
I interview Dr Paul Rollett of Okanagan Vision Therapy on his approach to remote Vision Therapy.
How to connect with and educate your team remotely.
How to prepare patients for the experience of remote Vision Therapy, and provide kits to patients for at-home Vision Therapy.
How to assign and track activities remotely. One of the challenges with remote VT is making sure the patient is doing the activity correct. This is particularly difficult with gross-motor or motion activities.
Dr Rollett also talks about the importance of having a single place where patients can access both written and video content on how to correctly perform the at-home vision therapy activities. He talks about how he uses NeuroVisual Trainer.