Structure of a Lesson

See Also: Approaching Therapy Planning Activities Sequencing When To Use Glasses As the proxy therapist, your job is to make the best use of the time allotted for therapy. Your time should be planned well and structured in a logical and predictable pattern to permit maximal outcomes and keep motivation levels high. Use this guideline in approaching…...

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Setting Goals

    Goal Setting One of the hardest things to do it seems is plan. Use the tools you have at hand to take quick and easy notes while you do the activities. On the backs of exercise sheets, take notes of where you are, and what your plans are for the next session. It…

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Program Management

See Also: Approaching Therapy Print these documents and use them to keep track of which exercises you are doing, or have done. Use another exercise/notebook to keep notes on progress, thoughts, questions. (Just a regular school coil notebook is fine). Bring these records and notes with you to appointments. See Setting Goals. Please note, the exercises…

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132 Visual Hygiene

132 Visual Hygiene 132 Instr for Visual Hygiene Purpose: ‘Visual Hygiene’ is a misleading term in that it refers more to good behavioural habits as opposed to good care of the health of the eye. Good visual habits are important to ensure minimized strain and optimized performance.   Method: Read the attached document.

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