Novelty is a Great Big Deal (moving with your child who has CVI)

IMG_5811Moving is hard. Yesterday was about learning what a Great Big Deal the CVI characteristic of novelty still is for my son who has cortical visual impairment (CVI). After driving across the country, itself an exercise in novelty, among many other things, our belongings arrived in a small portion of a ┬ávast shipping container. Prior to its arrival, we talked about having our “stuff” again. For several days, we occupied our new home with limited possessions and no furniture. It was the perfect low complexity environment for a child in Phase III CVI to learn about and explore a new living space. Continue reading “Novelty is a Great Big Deal (moving with your child who has CVI)”

Hiking with a CVI perspective

Hiking with a CVI perspective
Hiking with a CVI perspective

“Stay on the right side of the path…”

Most of the time, regardless of the season, we hike at least once a week. If you were trailing along behind us, you would hear me calling out different iterations of the phrase, Stay to the right... Over and over, often in short succession. Continue reading “Hiking with a CVI perspective”