When children move into Phase II and III of CVI as measured on the Christine Roman CVI Range, using vision for function is the primary focus for learning.
This picture shows a solution for a student who was struggling to place objects by shape into a container for recycling. Just adding red color highlighting to the edges of openings allows the child to more accurately visually locate the hole and accurately sort each recycled object.
What is important to remember is that this is the needed support until the child has success. Once the child is completing the task, we want to remove the supports gradually by cutting back the red tape to a thinner and thinner border with each increasing success.
Put supports in place after assessment and remove them carefully as you measure achievement.