Self-Paced

Considerations for CVI & Social Inclusion

Dr. Christine Roman Lantzy discusses special considerations for children with CVI and Social Inclusion in this 2-credit tutorial.

Girl looking at a small Christmas tree while a teacher shines light on it

Dr. Christine Roman Lantzy discusses special considerations for children with CVI and Social Inclusion in this 2-credit tutorial.

Social Inclusion Webinar: Part 1

Social Inclusion Webinar: Part 2

Text mentioned:

Information presented in this webinar series can be located in Dr. Roman Lantzy’s book: Cortical Visual Impairment Advanced Principles (2019), APH Publications. Earn 2.5 Professional Development/Continuing Education or ACVREP credits (CTLE and OSPI also available) by registering for the tutorial through the “Earn Credits” button.

Video Transcripts

Download Part 1 Video Transcript

Download Part 2 Video Transcript

This webinar is #2&3 in the  CVI for the TVI series, Bookmark the CVI for the TVI Series — A monthly forum for collaboration and discussion —  to catch up on past events. Join the mailing list if you would like to be notified about new webinars in this series.

Meet the Presenters

Picture of Dr. Roman-Lantzy smiling with her hand on her chin
Christine Roman-Lantzy, Ph.D.
Teacher of the Visually Impaired; Research Associate; Assistant Professor; Author; Director, The Pediatric View Program at The Children’s Home & Lemieux Family Center
Christine Roman Lantzy has Bachelor’s Degrees in Elementary Education, and Visual Impairment. She is a Certified Orientation & Mobility Specialist and has a Master’s Degree in Medically Fragile, High Risk Infants. Her Ph.D. focused on Cortical Visual Impairment and Infancy. Christine Roman Lantzy was a teacher of the visually impaired in the public schools for 17 years. She worked as a research associate and an Assistant Professor in higher education for 17 years and was an infant developmental specialist associated with the NICU and Follow Up for 31 years at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital. Christine Roman Lantzy is The Director of The Pediatric View Program at The Children’s Home & Lemieux Family Center in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and provides private CVI services through CVI Resources. Christine provides workshops and consultations through CVI Resources and has had the honor to be invited to all parts of The United States and many countries outside The U.S. She is the author of Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention (2007, Second Ed. 2018, Cortical Visual Impairment: Advanced Principles,2019).
Level:
Introductory
Length:
Approximately one hour
Credits:
2.5 Continuing Education
2.5 Professional Development
2.5 ACVREP
2.5 CTLE
Cost:
$0 - Audit (No Registration)
$55 - Earn Credits