CVI and Deafblindness

#28 in the CVI for the TVI webinar series

Among children with combined vision and hearing loss (deafblindness), cortical visual impairment (CVI) is the most common condition of visual impairment.  This session of CVI for the TVI and Other Professionals will focus on the unique implications of cortical visual impairment among children and youth with combined vision and hearing loss, with a major focus on applying best practices from the field of deafblindness to the unique identification, assessment, and intervention needs of students with CVI. Earn 2.5 continuing education crdits by watching Parts 1 and 2 and completing an online quiz.

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Chris Russell is the Project Coordinator for the New York Deaf-Blind Collaborative, and has experience as a classroom teacher and Teacher of the Visually Impaired (TVI) working with children who have visual impairments and additional disabilities including deafblindness.

Approximately one hour
2.5 Continuing Education
2.5 Professional Development
2.5 CTLE