Robert Constantine, OTR\L
Robert is a 1997 graduate of University of Alabama at Birmingham Occupational Therapy program where he was awarded the Charles Brooks Award for Creativity. He has practiced in home health, and skilled nursing contexts and spent 9 years as the clinical specialist in brain injury at the West Florida Rehabilitation Institute where he developed a passion for evidenced-based treatment, sharing information and the functional effects of the visual system. Beginning in 2013, he enjoyed a 3-year tenure at The Visual Performance Center at Sight and Sun Eyeworks, an optometry practice where he learned techniques working closely with low vision, pediatric and adult optometrists. He has completed Clinical Level 1 and 2 training offered by the Neuro-Optometric Rehab Association. Ha was also trained in sports vision training working with the High-Performance Vision Associates, a national group of optometrists that offer sports vision screenings to elite athletes. He developed specialized Drag Racing Glasses and has worked with NHRA Sportsman and Professional Drag Racers. He continues to provide collaborate local eye care professionals as he provides vision rehabilitation services to pediatric and adult patients at the Pearl Nelson Child Development Center and Kindred at Home in Pensacola, Florida.
Robert has been a presenter for PESI for since Fall 2016 presenting his pediatric course. The adult and neuro courses were added in fall 2019. His courses are full of personal clinical experiences and the latest evidence-based research presented in a lively fashion keeping audiences engaged and entertained.
Robert has presented for the North Dakota Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Bay County School System therapists, Buffalo New York School Therapist’s and many other groups. He would to love to teach your group!
Robert has an online presence with a blog at VisionRehabOT.com, a Facebook Page at Vision Rehab OT and a YouTube channel at Vision Rehab OT . He can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about speaking to your group.