Robert, the Vision Rehab OT, explains what makes a great visuomotor task then Dr. B and Robert explore Slap Tap, a visual motor integration activity thats engaging, grade-able and fun.
Dr Charles Boulet
In 2008, Dr. Charles Boulet graduated from Pacific University College of Optometry, a leading visual rehabilitation college in Oregon, USA. Since then, he has extended his learning through vision rehabilitaton conferences and training through the College of Optometry in Vision Development, the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, and various medical specialty training programs including extended scope of practice certification in his home Province of Alberta where he has practiced since graduation.
Robert Constantine, OTR\L
Robert Constantine, OTR\L is a 1997 graduate of University of Alabama at Birmingham Occupational Therapy program where he was awarded the Charles Brooks Award for Creativity. He has practiced in home health, and skilled nursing contexts and spent 9 years as the clinical specialist in brain injury at the West Florida Rehabilitation Institute where he developed a passion for evidenced-based treatment, sharing information and the functional effects of the visual system. Beginning in 2013, he enjoyed a 3 year tenure at an optometry practice where he learned techniques working closely with low vision, pediatric and adult optometrists. He has completed Clinical Level 1 and 2 training offered by the Neuro-Optometric Rehab Association.