Occupational therapists may work with clients who have visual-perceptual deficits. The visual-perceptual hierarchy pyramid can help to intuitively explain our vision and perception from either a top-down or a bottom-up approach. This episode will explain each level of the hierarchy with examples and wrap everything together to explain how occupational therapists can use this model in their practice to analyze clients' strengths and weaknesses to promote function in our everyday activities such as reading and driving.
To read the article mentioned in this episode, visit the link here from AOTA: https://ajot.aota.org/article.aspx?articleid=1872939
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