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The Ortho-K Podcast Bonus Episode: Boot Camp At Vision By Design With Caroline Cauchi

Tuesday, March 5, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Matt Herzberg
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What is Boot Camp? How do you know if you should attend? What the heck is Nibbles and Knowledge (new for 2019)? - All that and a deep dive into the Ortho-k Boot Camp agenda!

Meeting Website: www.orthokmeeting.com
AAOMC Facebook Group www.facebook.com/groups/AAOMC
Vision By Design FB Page: www.facebook.com/visionbydesignmeeting
AAOMC Twitter: www.twitter.com/theAAOMC

Music:
Silver by Riot
Clover 3 by Vibe Mountain

 

Dr. Caroline Guerrero Cauchi graduated from the UC Berkeley School of Optometry and has been in private practice since 1980. She is the managing partner of a three-doctor practice in La Mesa California – a suburb of San Diego. She is a Fellow and Board Member of the AAOMC, a member of the International Society of Advanced Orthokeratology and a certified Wave fitter. Prior to changing career paths for optometry, Dr. Cauchi was trained in the field of Human Behavior and Psychology. She worked as a therapist/teacher for physically and emotionally challenged children and later with Project Head Start developing programs to integrate challenged children in to the classroom. This background in psychology has provided her with unique skills to understand patient motivation, compliance and behavior. As one of the few Latina health care professionals in San Diego, she gives back to her community by participating in several mentoring programs for students from underprivileged backgrounds. She also serves as a role model and speaker promoting optometry and college attendance to high risk youth with programs hosted by UCSD, SDSU, community college, grammar and high schools.