CVI modifications, it’s the little things.

CVI modifications, it's the little things
CVI modifications, it’s the little things

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 district, new neighborhood, new city, new state, a whole new world). The CVI characteristic of novelty (Roman-Lantzy) has an impact on our kids and “new” lasts longer. Newness lingers for them, much longer than it ever would for us. Continue reading “CVI modifications, it’s the little things.”

Can’t we all relate to sensory complexity?

Guest post by Peggy Palmer, TVI*

Can’t we all relate to sensory complexity?
Can’t we all relate to sensory complexity?

Too often, we “typically” sighted folks tend to believe that children with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) are very different from us. We learn the Ten Characteristics (Roman)–hopefully–and work our way through trying to understand our student or our child with CVI. Continue reading “Can’t we all relate to sensory complexity?”