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After a three month training period on the rehabilitation programme, patients experienced an improvement in their visual sensitivity in the blind areas of their visual field.

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Remaining or surviving visual pathways respond best to stimuli with certain variations over space and time. These variations are incorporated within NeET.

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Repeated stimulation of cortically blind visual field defects with the appropriate stimuli lead to significant changes in visual sensitivity

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Improvements reported

  • Ability to locate moving, flickering objects within the blind field, such as moving traffic
  • Increased navigation skills
  • Improved reading ability
  • Increased concentration span and visual attention
  • Increased visual sensitivity
  • Significant increase in quality of life

The Neuro-Eye Therapy (NeET) programme

The Therapy consist of:

  • An initial consultation to assess your suitability
  • Assessment of your visual field
  • Specifically designing your Vision Rehabilitation ProgramCE
  • Supply of the Vision Rehabilitation Program CE for 6 months
  • Support and monitoring of progress
  • Data analysis and reports at 1, 3 and 6 months

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Royal National Institute for Blind People The Stroke Association

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