What is CVI?

CVI is a brain-based visual impairment and the leading cause of visual impairment in children.

How is CVI diagnosed?

An accurate CVI diagnosis is critical for access and advocacy.

After the diagnosis

Five steps that involve finding support, getting assessments and beginning intervention.

Kids with CVI can’t wait!

Cortical/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 parent, for every caregiver, for every provider. Join us.

Parents, join our private CVI Facebook group!

Join the CVI Now parent community to connect with and learn from other CVI families — to ask your questions and get answers.

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Henry inside a wooden truck at the playground leans and smiles toward the camera

Henry’s diagnosis journey

Rachel Bennett Henry’s mom

“Henry’s diagnosis story is common. Children with CVI are under-diagnosed, misdiagnosed and many have difficulty getting access to appropriate educational services. This must change!”

Expert resources

Learn about CVI and the brain.

Dive into resources to learn all about the leading cause of visual impairment in kids. And deepen your knowledge about our visual system and the CVI brain.

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Join us on our CVI learning journey.

Let’s learn and support each other on this journey. Have questions? Reach out to the CVI Team today!