Overview of websites

 

Links to resources on the inclusion of children with cerebral visual impairment:

 

Role of the brain/background reading

The Brain with David Eagleman

 

Assessment of CVI

CVI assessment kit

 

Direct colour assessment and more

 

Building success at any age

 

Three phases of CVI

 

Understanding medical information

 

CVI what does it mean common terms

 

Visual skills inventories

 

About cerebral visual impairment

 

Article on CVI and multiple disability

 

Article on supporting children with CVI

 

Cerebral visual impairment

 

 

Lectures on CVI

Ellen Mazel Discusses Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI)

 

Christine Roman-Lantzy: Cortical Visual Impairment and the Evaluation of Functional Vision

 

 

Charities and societies supporting children with CVI

The CVI Society

 

 

Ideas for supporting children with CVI

A day in our shoes

 

The big 3 tool kit for children with CVI

 

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Systems for Students with CVI & Multiple Disabilities

 

Object schedule systems

 

Supermarket tactile book

 

Schedules and calendars

 

Literacy for Students with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities

 

Simple books for children with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment) reduce visual complexity

 

Reducing complexity in board books

 

Multi-step object calendar

 

Concept cards

 

Adapting daily job chart

 

Friendship and fun boxes

 

Using iPads with students with CVI and multiple impairments

 

Easy to create story boxes

 

Strategies for pre-readers CVI

 

Sensory activities

 

Developing learning strategies for children with CVI

 

CVI and adaptations for literacy

 

Play based experience books

 

Tactile journals

 

Toy bars and literacy

 

Itsy bitsy spider - Tips on adapting books for children with CVI

 

The little room

 

Strategies to see

 

Strategies improving literacy CVI

 

Developing learning strategies for children with CVI

 

Active learning boards

 

Object books

 

Object books and writing experience for children with CVI

 

Tactile calendars

 

Sensory activities

 

Sensory bags

 

The importance of ‘co’ in non traditional literacy activities

 

Visual Impairment with Multiple Exceptionalities

 

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