Wednesday, October 23

Thursday, October 24

Friday, October 25

Saturday, October 26

Sunday, October 27

(LV-01) Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Vehicles: What Next for Our Low Vision Patients?
9:00 to 10:00 AM
Patrick Yoshinaga, Wayne Heidle

(LV-02) Managing the Refractive and Visual Requirements of the Child with Vision Impairment
1:00 to 3:00 PM
Dawn DeCarlo, Jonathan Jackson

(LV-03) Telescopes for Low Vision
3:00 to 5:00 PM
Ian Bailey
(LV-04) Use of Community Service Volunteers to Improve the Availability, Efficiency, and Quality of Low Vision Rehabilitation Services
9:00 to 10:00 AM
Ashley Deemer, Robert Massof

(LV-05) Clinical Optics for Low Vision Rehabilitation
3:30 to 5:30 PM
David Lewerenz
(LV-06) Focus on Function: The Basic Low Vision Examination and Clinical Strategies Through Cases
8:00 to 10:00 AM
Kathryn Deliso

(LV-07) Low Vision Coding and Billing: A Fresh Look at ICD-10 and CPT-4
10:00 AM to Noon
Richard Soden

(LV-08) Making Low Vision Technology Work in 2019
2:00 to 3:00 PM
William O'Connell

(LV-09) Evaluating Driving with Vision Impairment: Understanding the Literature

4:00 to 6:00 PM
Eli Peli
(LV-10) From the Smart Phone to the Smart Home: A Case Based Review of Low Vision Technology
9:00 to 10:00 AM
Alexis Malkin, Nicole Ross

(LV-11) Understanding Vision Impairment and Sports Performance Through a Look at Paralympic Classifications in Low Vision Athletes
10:00 to 11:00 AM
Robert Chun

(LV-12) Technology in Low Vision: From Television Magnifiers Through Apps for That
11:00 AM to Noon
Greg Hopkins
(LVW-13) From the Beginning to Bionics and Beyond: Retinitis Pigmentosa Throughout the Lifespan
9:00 to 10:00 AM
Micaela Gobeille

(LVW-14) Optometry's Role in Low Vision: An Illustrated Three Tier Model
3:00 to 5:00 PM
Susan Leat

Symposia

SS-03: Low Vision Section Symposium: The Promises and Challenges of Electric Head-Mounted Video Devices in Vision Rehabilitation
Thursday, October 24 from 10 AM to Noon
We have now had electronic head-mounted video devices for use in low vision rehabilitation for nearly 25 years. Many technological innovations have been developed as the products have evolved, yet they still make up a relatively small portion of vision assistive equipment used in the field. This session’s presenters have impressive and varied credentials and experience working with these devices. They will offer insights into the challenges of creating truly useful head-mounted technology, a look at the history and future of these devices, and share experiences of a low vision rehabilitation professional who uses head-mounted video technology himself. The moderator is David Lewerenz, OD, FAAO, and the speakers include Eli Peli, MSc, OD, FAAO, Robert Massof, PhD, FAAO, and Thomas Theune, OD, FAAO.

Preliminary Education Grid

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