Creating CVI-Friendly Beginning Readers and Flashcards
Follow these step-by-step instructions to make your own beginning readers and flashcards for students with cortical / cerebral visual impairment.
So Many Things Are Red: Animated PowerPoint Activities for Students with CVI
These PowerPoint activity lessons are designed to work on basic concepts with students with CVI (cortical / cerebral visual impairment). Colors, numbers, shapes, size, and common objects are included in this animated slide show.
Visually-Guided Reach for Children with CVI and Motoric Challenges
Children with motoric challenges and additional disabilities, including CVI or other types of visual impairment, may have difficulty with visually-guided reach.
Preschool Valentines Book for Children with CVI
This tactile book uses different textures on each red heart to create an accessible book for children with cortical visual impairment
CVI Holiday Gift List (sorry, no pom poms)
Holiday gift ideas for children with CVI (cortical visual impairment) in Phase I, II, III
Template for Functional Vision Assessment (FVA) for Students with CVI
This 8-page template for Functional Vision Assessment (FVA) for students with CVI can be individualized for each child. It includes some general information and sections that are helpful in organizing information from the CVI Range assessment.
Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI): A Fact Sheet for Families & Professionals
This fact sheet on cortical visual impairment (CVI) is designed to provide quick information to families and professionals. #CVI #CorticalVisualImpairment
Free CVI Assessment Scenario Training Now Available
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI) offers a free 3-part self-paced training on assessment of students with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) using Dr. Christine Roman's CVI Range.
Making Animated iPad Lessons and Books for Students with CVI
Learn how to add highlighting and animation to presentations to draw attention to salient features for students with cortical visual impairment (CVI).
Tips to Make Group Zoom Lessons More CVI-Friendly
Basic, broad recommendations I shared with teachers who are holding group zoom meetings with students with CVI (cortical visual impairment)