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Learn about why visual clutter affects kids with CVI and how to declutter your home.
Caring for a child with CVI is hard. Here are some ways to take care of yourself, so you can sustain through this tough parenting journey.
Children with CVI possess a broad range of abilities, and they should have a specific and adaptable team to help them navigate their visual impairment.
Incidental learning often isn’t accessible for kids with CVI. Here’s what your child’s team should know.
Children with CVI don’t have the same opportunities for incidental learning as others do. Here's why it matters, and how parents can help bridge the gap.
Here’s how to navigate tricky conversations, well-meaning comments and unwanted advice about CVI with family and friends.
Children with CVI are susceptible to unpredictable meltdowns, but these are common and navigable. Here are several tips for dealing with CVI meltdowns.
Children with CVI experience the world differently from us and differently from each other. But what exactly does your child see?
Early Intervention helps ensure appropriate educational programming for children and places them on the path to accessible learning.
After your child is diagnosed with CVI, you should follow these five steps involving processing emotions, obtaining assessments and beginning intervention.