Webinar

CVI: Addressing visual skill development within play-based activities & natural routines

In this webinar: This webinar discusses the importance of addressing visual skill development through motivating play-based activities and naturally occurring routines. The information provided will blend promising practices from the field of Cortical/Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI) and evidence-based practice surrounding early childhood development.

In this webinar:

This webinar discusses the importance of addressing visual skill development through motivating play-based activities and naturally occurring routines. The information provided will blend promising practices from the field of Cortical/Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI) and evidence-based practice surrounding early childhood development.

Presenters

  • Marguerite Tibaudo smiling on the campus of Perkins School for the Blind

    Marguerite Tibaudo, M.Ed., TVI

    Assistant Director of CVI Assessment and Interventions at the CVI Center at Perkins
    Meet Marguerite
A little girl that is smiling in the arms of a woman by a fountain.

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