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Written by Mika McLean, Published on July 5, 2017

What is the OT low vision certification and why is it important?

Low vision was named an emerging practice area for occupational therapists in 2011. According to AOTA, low vision can be defined by "visual acuity cutoffs", but OTs focus on function.

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