Recognizing friends is hard

Recognizing friends is hard
Recognizing friends is hard

After a long dry spell this school year, today was birthday party number two. This one was held at our local children’s museum. It would be the opposite environment of the previous calm, low key birthday, at home, with only five boys, from last weekend. To prepare we talked about how many kids would be there, likely more than five. A few familiar kids were invited so we focused on them. We talked about the complexity and noise and unpredictability of the surrounding museum with all of its activity and sounds and visitors. The museum was not a favorite and we rarely visited, so in addition to the overarching complexity, we added novelty (Roman). For my son who has cortical visual impairment (CVI), these are some of the most difficult CVI characteristics. Continue reading “Recognizing friends is hard”