Start Seeing CVI has two updated kids’ t-shirts. These will be added to the Buy the t-shirt page soon but you can find them here anytime. If you are in need of something slightly tweaked, like back side or sizes, please get in touch and I’ll do my best to help.
The original Start Seeing CVI t-shirt was created in 2014 when Jasper transitioned from birth to three services to preschool. Our introduction to the public school system came with the realization that, yet again, we had an educational team that had not heard of cortical visual impairment (CVI), and a vision team that did not … Continue reading Buy the t-shirt
Start Seeing CVI t-shirts are now available for purchase. You can order kids sizes here, and grown up sizes here. Half of proceeds will benefit the Pediatric CVI Society. The original t-shirt design, pictured at right, and on our Facebook page, can be ordered in kids sizes here. This design and the terms used to … Continue reading Start Seeing CVI t-shirt
The first Start Seeing CVI t-shirt was created with the idea that when an educator looks at a child with cortical visual impairment, they would see the CVI, the ten characteristics (Roman). It is intended as a reminder: “I need to talk to him, I’d better take him to a quiet, less noisy spot” or “I’m … Continue reading CVI Iceberg
On the brink of November, for a child with cortical visual impairment (CVI), it is still the beginning of the school year. Each school year is different for all kids, but for kids with CVI, each year may as well be a whole new school (especially when it really is a new school, new school … Continue reading CVI modifications, it’s the little things.