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2016 EI&R Webinar Series: Working in Community Programs

by on Nov 9, 2016
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Working in Community Programs

This was a first in a series of 4 webinars related to the Early Identification and Referral process. Dr. Linda Lawrence and Dr. Anne Nielsen presented on a project called KanLovKids which offers pediatric low vision collaboration clinics and low vision evaluations to children from ages birth through 21 who reside in Kansas.  All services are supplementary to the child/student's primary eye care provided by their local ophthalmologist and/or optometrist.  Dr. Lawrence, a pediatric ophthalmologist, works extensively with infants, toddlers, and school-aged children diagnosed with Cortical Visual Impairment as well as with children who are visually impaired with additional disabilities.  In this webinar you will learn about how the project was created, how the clinics are conducted and the positive impact it has on intervention for children.

Recorded Webinar Link
http://hknc.adobeconnect.com/p99z0vmkysx/

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KanLovKids Program 

Four children in pink and blue glasses.


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