This program was developed for the membership of NORA to develop and support the highest level of clinical abilities and scientific knowledge in the field of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation. This process leads to a Fellowship within NORA. It is not a certification process but rather a learning process to help the individual clinician develop deeper knowledge and understanding about Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation with a multi-disciplinary approach.
The NORA Clinical Skills and Fellowship Committees are dedicated to the original goals envisioned by Drs. William Ludlam O.D. and Thomas Politzer O.D. for a multi-level program to enhance the clinical skills and knowledge for those working in the field of rehabilitation. Upon completion of all three levels of the program, participants will be presented with the designation Fellow of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (FNORA). For a list of Fellows, click here.
Individuals may also choose to attend the live Clinical Skills Level I and Level II courses without enrolling in the NORA Fellowship program. These courses are invaluable for developing the foundation knowledge of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation and consistently receive very high reviews from those who have attended.