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Presentations, workshops and symposia during Vision 2017

Downloads of most of the oral and poster presentations of Visio-professionals, held during Vision 2017, are available below. You can download the files by clicking on the title.

Please take note that some files are very big, so please use a WiFi connection when downloading items from this page via your smartphone. 

26 June 2017


09.30-09.45 
Cerebral visual impairment in very preterm born children: visual and attention functioning   
Christiaan Geldof                                
 
13.45-14.00
Parenting of young children with a visual impairment. Results of a systematic literature view
Ellen van den Broek, Ans van Eijden (and others outside of Visio)
 
14.30-14.45
Specificity of the effects of compensatory scanning training (IH-CST) for patients with hemianopia:
a randomized controlled trial
. You can also download description (including abstracts) about this topic.
Gera de Haan        
 
14.15-14.30
Supporting Parents: Early intervention in families with a child with blindness
Irma Uijen de Kleijn, Marloes van Oort, Netherlands                   
 
16.15-16.30
A study of bioptic driving at night
Wim van Damme
 

Tuesday 27 June 2017

 
09.35-09.45
The Importance of ICF and the Correct Neuropsychological Explanations for Successful Rehabilitation of CVI-patients
Sander Zuidhoek
 
11.45-12.00
Visual impairment in children with familial exudative vitreoretinopathy (FEVR)
Erik van Nouhuys
 
13.45-14.00
A theoretical approach on safe mobility. Part of the Masterclass Driving with a visual impairment in Europe
Bart Melis-Dankers
 
14.00-14.15
Legislation and compensation for loss of visual function in driving. Part of the Masterclass Driving with a visual impairment in Europe.   
Wim van Damme
 
14.15-14.30
The holistic health view on driving. Part of the Masterclass Driving with a visual impairment in Europe
Gera de Haan                           
 
16.30-16.45
The importance of combined visual and auditory functions for the visual rehabilitation of clients with dual sensory loss
Ton Roelofs
 
16.45-17.00
Evaluation of driving safety in mobility scooters in individuals with visual impairment
C. Cordes (with Joost Heuting and Bart Melis Dankers from Visio)
 
 

Wednesday 28 June 2017

 
11.15-11.30
Implementation of innovative eye tracking diagnostics for young children at risk of CVI
Sanny van der Steen                                              
 
14.00-14.15
An exploratory study of the accessibility of existing programming education materials for visually impaired children   
Felienne Hermans (with Wendy Voorn from Visio)
 
13.45-15.15                                                                               
Workshop Safe Cycling (compensation and demonstration)
Bart Melis-Dankers, Bart Jelys                                
 
16.45-17.00
The serious game HearHere for elderly with age-related vision loss: Effectively training the skill to use auditory information for navigation
Mijke Hartendorp (with Wendy Voorn from Visio)
 
17.15-17.30
Guiding the visually impaired through the environment using EyeBeacons
Jan Koopman                                      
 
16.15-16.30
Assessment of Cerebral Visual Impairment in children with Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities
Marjolein Wallroth 
 

Thursday 29 June 2017        

                             
09.15-09.30
Operationalization of concept of Participation of adults with visual and severe or profound intellectual disabilities: perspectives of parents, professionals, and experts
Gineke Hanzen
 
09.15-09.30
Expedition ToP: Experiences of adolescents with visual impairments, their parents and professionals in promoting success in job participation
Judith Wijnen, Sabina Kef,  Bella van Erp
 
10.00-10.15
Optimizing eyetracker-based communication for children with multiple disabilities
Jan Koopman
         
10.00-10.15
Design of a training method for occupational therapists in the rehabilitation of visually impaired people        
Inez Ummels
 
09.00-09.15
Effectiveness of rehabilitation of visual agnosia and Balint’s syndrome         
Joost Heutink                                                
 
09.45-10.00
Tactual Profile MDVI to assess the tactual functioning of persons with a severe visual and cognitive impairment
Anneke Blok
 

Poster presentations

 
Does the experience of former clients contribute to an effective rehabilitation?
Els de Keijzer
Monday 26 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Thursday 29 June: 10.45-11.15    
                             
Improvement of low vision services in Botswana
Kebabonye Kuswani, Alice Lehasa                                                                  
Monday 26 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Thursday 29 June: 10.45-11.15    
 
Improvement of low vision services in Uganda
Esther Grace Candiru
Monday 26 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Thursday 29 June: 10.45-11.15    
 
Excellent visual rehabilitation – The six coherent dimensions
Astrid Stijfs                               
Monday 26 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Thursday 29 June: 10.45-11.15    
         
Bridging the Rehabilitation Gap – An ICF-based model
Ton Roelofs
Monday 26 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Thursday 29 June: 10.45-11.15    
         
Enabling self-direction
Ton Schilderman
Monday 26 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Thursday 29 June: 10.45-11.15    
 
Good interior lighting facilitating communication
Frouck de Boer
Monday 26 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Wednesday 28 June: 15.30-16.00
 
Going to school with a motility disorder of the extraocular muscles
Niki Slingerland                                                                
Tuesday 27 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Wednesday 28 June: 10.45-11.15
 
Tactual Profile MDVI to assess the tactual functioning of persons with a severe visual and mental impairment
Ineke Jacobs                                                
Tuesday 27 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Wednesday 28 June: 10.45-11.15
         
Optimizing eyetracker based communication systems for people with multiple disabilities
Wieneke Huls
Tuesday 27 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Wednesday 28 June: 10.45-11.15
         
Active Learning An approach for clients with visual impairment and severe multiple disabilities   
Martien Rienstra
Tuesday 27 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Wednesday 28 June: 10.45-11.15
 
Increasing awareness on the role of sound for people with severe visual and intellectual disabilities through MoSART
DaniĆ«lle Kistemaker        
Tuesday 27 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Wednesday 28 June: 10.45-11.15
 
Accessibility of railway stations
Els de Keijzer
Tuesday 27 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch | Tuesday 27 June: 10.45-11.15    
 
Using the HoloLens' Spatial Sound System to aid the visually impaired
Arjen Teijo Zijlstra
Wednesday 28 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch |        Tuesday 27 June: 10.45-11.15   
 
Does multisensory presentation of mathematical graphs improve visually impaired students’ performance on identifying mathematical graphs? A comparison study
Louis Pool
Wednesday 28 June: 13.15-13.45 pitch |        Monday 26 June: 15.30-16.00   

Vision 2017 site

The site of Vision 2017 gives you information about the conference and it’s extended programme. 
Visit the Vision 2017 site

Questions about the presentations

If you have a question about one of the presentations, please feel free to contact the author/presenter. Contact information is usually available in the presentations. If this is not the case you can always send an e-mail to our department of Knowledge, Expertise and Innovation (KEI).
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