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CVI is the leading cause of blindness. CVI Awareness Month is about sharing current CVI knowledge and what life-changing access looks like for individuals with CVI. Every child with CVI has the right to an early diagnosis, effective vision services, and access to appropriate educational programs.

September is CVI Awareness Month

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The importance of neuroplasticity

White text on a black background: The visual system and the CVI brain, a five-part series. With images of the brain and eye.

The visual system and the CVI brain

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Higher-order visual pathways and the CVI brain

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The visual pathway from the eye to the brain

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6 ways CVI impacts the reading process

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Ocular motor conditions and CVI

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How the eyes work

Boy with CVI in a ball on the couch with his head in the cushins.

The science behind visual fatigue and CVI

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What is CVI?

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CVI and the brain: Q&A with Dr. Lotfi Merabet

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Cortical Visual Impairment vs. Cerebral Visual Impairment