Providing a Path to Purposeful Living

Your choice for education and consultation services with a holistic approach to vision and movement across the lifespan.

TheraVision is excited to partner with ILOTA

Courses

aPRIL 2020

dUE TO THE CURRENT iLLINOIS SHELTER IN PLACE ORDERS

ALL Upcoming Courses

HAVE BEEN CANCELLED

TWO DATES!

April 2020 

May 2020

“Through the Eyes of Occupational Therapy: Addressing Oculomotor & Visual Perceptual Dysfunction with a Pediatric Population”

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June  2020

“Seeing is Believing!  Visual Rehabilitation as it Applies to Rehab Professionals”

(Adult populations)

7.0 CEU Credits Approved for OTs and PTs

in Illinois

PLEASE WATCH FOR COURSES PLANNED IN THE FUTURE

Inspiration

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking down complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.” Mark Twain

Testimonials

“Kelly and Bev were extremely knowledgeable in all areas of vision deficits. Their written material along with all of the hands on lab activities allowed us to put together a vision treatment box that is used often on our rehab unit! Thanks to their course, I have provided my patients with helpful compensatory techniques as well as treatment strategies to allow them to function more independently in all of their activities of daily living! I highly recommend this course to all therapy disciplines in all levels of care! Can’t wait for them to release a new course!”

Laurie Horn, COTA

Our Story

It started with a little bit of wine, a little bit of food and serious conversation between two friends, two OTs.  We were frustrated.  Kelly was working with a young mom who had just had a baby and soon after childbirth had a massive stroke. She lost half of her visual field and struggled to care for her new child safely and confidently. Bev experienced watching a young man who experienced a stroke who also lost half of his visual field as he worked with a PT and was constantly being told to stand up straight to walk as he leaned heavily to his right.