"Vestibular Migraine" & "Rhythm and Time"
A CE credit webinar by VTC and EyeCarePro


Webinar Aired May 26th, 2020 @ 1:00 PM ET

Vision Therapy Canada and EyeCarePro are once again joining forces to host a fascinating two-part webinar, presented by Drs. Ha and Corriveau.

Dr. France Corriveau will be presenting, “Identifying and Treating Vestibular Migraines”. The presentation will cover pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, diagnosis, and how they differ from ophthalmic migraine. We will explore what we can do as optometrists/vision therapists to help our patients suffering from vestibular migraine.

Dr. Shirley Ha will be presenting, “Rhythm and Timing. Learn the basic neuroscience of how time is perceived and processed for the unified, coherent world you are experiencing.  Evidence-based research on the role of attention, cognition, and working memory in temporal processing will also be briefly discussed. 

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CE Credits through Vision Therapy Canada

This webinar is completely free!
After participating in in the webinar, you can choose to fill out the CE questionnaire to earn your credit. The pricing for CE credit is as follows:

  $20 for members                     $40 for non-members
(of Vision Therapy Canada)

**Payment and processing will be handled by Vision Therapy Canada.



Vision Therapy Canada + EyeCarePro Join to Bring You

A Webinar Presented By


Dr. Shirley Ha


Shirley Ha, O.D., FCOVD is an Advisory Member to the Board of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA), an interdisciplinary group of professionals dedicated to providing patients who have physical or cognitive disabilities as a result of an acquired brain injury with a complete ocular health evaluation and optimum visual rehabilitation education and services to improve their quality of life.

Dr. Ha is a graduate of the University of Waterloo’s School of Optometry and Vision Science and a Board-certified Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Therapy (COVD). Dr. Ha is a Membership Chair for NORA as well as Director of Membership for Canadian Optometrists in Vision Development & Rehabilitation (COVT&R), a non-profit organization that provides vision therapy continuing education to optometrists and raises awareness of vision therapy and rehabilitation through public and government advocacy across Canada.

Dr. Ha served on the Ontario Association of Optometrists Board of Directors from 1999 to 2006 and held the position of OAO President in 2004-2005. She is also a contributing member of the Questions Committee for the Optometry Examining Board of Canada (OEBC), as well as a Clinical Skills Assessor to verify skills competencies through Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE).


Dr. France Corriveau


Dr. Corriveau received her Doctorate of Optometry from the Université de Montréal in 2008. She has always had a strong passion for binocular vision and developmental optometry and started providing vision therapy very early on in her career.  She became a Fellow of the College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD) in 2017 and is pursuing a fellowship with the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA). Dr. Corriveau has also been pursuing specialized training with a number of different organizations, including the Optometric Extension Program Foundation, the COVT&R (Canadian Optometrists in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation), the Sanet Vision Seminars and the Padula Institute of Vision. Dr. Corriveau serves as a quality assessor for the Ontario College of Optometrists as well as an examiner for the Optometry examining board of Canada. She is a board member of the Canadian Optometrist in Vision Therapy & Rehabilitation (COVT&R).

Dr. Corriveau knew from a very young age that she wanted to be an optometrist and that she wanted to help people. Her kind, attentive and patient nature, along with her fluent bilingual skills, has allowed her to serve a wide range of patients; from serving as an in-house optometrist for old age homes across Ottawa to volunteering in Ecuador to fit glasses to children in need.

For leisure, Dr. Corriveau enjoys reading, playing the piano, cycling, and is currently training for her second triathlon. She lives in Ottawa and travels to Montreal often to visit with her nieces and nephew.