Supporting social emotional development with young children who have CVI
Strategies to help infants, toddlers, and preschoolers develop and maintain positive relationships with caregivers and peers and learn how to express and regulate their feelings
Assistive Technology for Learners with CVI
An approach to assistive technology evaluation using the SETT framework and unique considerations for students with CVI.
Empowered Curiosity: Implementation of the CVI Companion Guide
Follow Joey’s CVI story from diagnosis to transition into preschool
Understanding Parent Perceptions on Assessment and Educational Programming for Their Children with CVI
A qualitative multiple case study examines the experiences of mothers of children with cortical/cerebral visual impairment
Empowering access in daily life: CVI, sensory processing, and independent living
Access to learning and the environment must begin with supporting sensory regulation by addressing the foundational sensory needs (interoceptive, proprioceptive, and vestibular).
CVI and the Math Mind
Approach math from a perspective that incorporates multisensory learning and CVI adaptations, supports, and accommodations
CVI and Adapted Physical Education (APE)
Collaboration with the TVI and school team is critical to incorporate CVI supports and adaptations to allow full access and engagement.
Orientation & Mobility Through the CVI Lens
Workshop participants will learn about dorsal and ventral stream dysfunctions and how the whole brain is used to map space and complete tasks relevant to O&M.
CVI in the Occupational Therapy Setting
Occupational Therapy intervention that considers the student’s CVI, their unique visual needs, and multisensory approaches to learning is key to providing access to learning
CVI and Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)
CAPD is the difficulty or deficits in the neural processing of auditory information, or when the brain has difficulty processing the sound taken in by the ears (asha.org). It’s when the brain and the ears don’t work well together.