The International Congress of Behavioral Optometry is a community of like minded organizations which believes that in working together we are stronger in supporting the behavioral optometry and vision therapy community worldwide.
Born out of the conference of the same name that runs every 4 years, ICBO is not an entity in its own right, but a collective of international organizations with their own identities and structures. It will not seek to replace or compete with its member organizations
The Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists (ACBO) was founded in 1987, and provides Australian, New Zealand and Asian optometrists with education and training in behavioural optometry. Our members have a special interest in children's vision, patients with learning difficulties, traumatic brain injury, binocular vision dysfunction, as well as those wishing to enhance their visual skills for sport.
The American Optometric Association is the leading authority on quality care and an advocate for our nation's health, representing more than 44,000 doctors of optometry (O.D.), optometric professionals and optometry students. Doctors of optometry take a leading role in patient care with respect to eye and vision care, as well as general health and well-being.
L’Association des Optométristes de France défend les intérêts de tous les optométristes de France.
Notre action présente plusieurs aspects qui vont de l’aide à la mise en place de formations, au contact avec les politiques, en passant par l’organisation du Congrès, la mutation de la Norme ISO 9001, l’évolution de la seule assurance en Responsabilité Civile Professionnelle couvrant les activités optométriques, et bien d’autres activités, et ce depuis de nombreuses années.
The British Association of Behavioural Optometrists is a network of highly qualified and motivated Optometrists, with a specialist interest in how vision affects human performance. Vision and the motor visual system are our primary source for gathering information with 87% of learning occurring through the visual system. Even subtle issues with the visual system can have a major impact on our efficiency and performance, even more so for children where these systems are still developing.
The Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) is the national voice of optometry in Canada, representing 85% of doctors of optometry (ODs). Founded in 1941 and formally incorporated in 1948, the CAO works with its 10 provincial member associations within a federated framework.
The CAO is dedicated to collaboratively advancing the highest standard of primary eye care through the promotion of optimal vision and eye health, in partnership with all Canadians.
Brenda Heinke Montecalvo
SIODEC es la Sociedad Internacional de Optometría del Desarrollo y Comportamiento, una asociación sin ánimo de lucro, integrada por Optometristas que trabajan bajo la filosofía Comportamental, dedicados a la prevención, diagnóstico y tratamiento de los problemas visuales de niños y adultos y su relación con las actividades que se realizan diariamente.