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CVI and Social Skills

CVI Now hosted a live virtual event about CVI and social skills, exploring the potential implications of developing and maintaining social skills for people with CVI.

CVI Now hosted a live virtual event about CVI and social skills, exploring the potential implications of developing and maintaining social skills for people with CVI. Burju Sari and Lacey Smith, CVI Coordinators at the CVI Center at Perkins and both CVI parents, discuss the importance of social skill development, how the CVI behaviors act as major barriers to building social skills and peer relationships, and examples of recommendations for providing access to social situations both in school and in the community. 

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CVI has a profound impact on social skills

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