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
Join Melody Zagami Furze, Ph.D. as she dives into a qualitative multiple case study that was undertaken to examine the experiences of mothers of children with this visual impairment who are bounded together by their shared experiences as a large medical center in a city in the United States and participation in their children’s special education programming. This research explores the experiences of participants as they share their experiences in both the clinical and educational environments and ultimately their feelings on the adequacy and effectiveness of their children’s educational programming relative to their Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI).
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