CVI Now

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What is CVI?

CVI is a brain-based visual impairment caused by damage to the visual pathways or visual processing areas of the brain.

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How is CVI diagnosed?

CVI is the most common cause of pediatric visual impairment. It’s critical to obtain an accurate CVI diagnosis and advocate for your child.

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After the Diagnosis

After your child is diagnosed with CVI, you should follow these five steps involving processing emotions, obtaining assessments and beginning intervention.

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Ocular motor conditions and CVI

Part 2 of a 5-part series on the visual system. Learn about the complex network that controls eye movements and ocular motor conditions that occur with CVI

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How the eyes work

Part 1 of a 5-part series on the visual system. Learn about how the eyes help us see and common ocular conditions that can co-occur with CVI.

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Matt Tietjen presents CVI and the Math Mind

Matt Tietjen, TVI, discusses the neuroscience of math, how CVI can make math difficult, and promising practices for helping kids with CVI learn math.

No more wait and see.
- Rebecca, Eliza's Mom

Kids with CVI can't wait

Cortical Visual Impairment/Cerebral Visual Impairment is the new leading cause of blindness for children in the United States.

This is why we created CVI Now — for every child, for every mom, for every dad. Join us.