We each create our visual world based on visual access, visual expectations, visual predictions, and previous visual experiences.
This short video introduces you to Isaac Lidsky. He shares a profound perspective of how we create not only our visual realities, but all our realities.
In this article, Ed Bosso of Perkins School for the Blind discusses the importance, no necessity, of family engagement.
This wonderful blog is by the mother of a child who has CVI. It cautions us to “check in” to make sure the subject of our language and the materials for learning are well understood by the child.
We understand this so well for our students with ocular impairments but for children with CVI who appear to be looking, we must be very diagnostic. Are they understanding the concept fully or understanding what the learning materials represent?
For children with CVI, looking is not always understanding what is seen.
Click this link to the blog:
“Fire is so loud”
Check out the new CVI Facebook page for professionals and join! Lots of great ideas to share in this group!
The Perkins 2018 CVI Symposium is available now to watch at Perkins CVI Hub
Listen to the content areas:
Lessons Learned from a Parent Perspective – Burju Sari
A Neuro-Opthalmology Perspective: The Brain, Current Research and Case Study presentation Lotfi Merabet, OD, Ph.D., MPH, Christopher R. Bennett, Ph.D., Corinna Bauer, Ph.D.
Current Best Practices from an Educational Perspective – Christine Roman-Lantzy, Ph.D.
A Formula for Determination of Service Delivery – Lindsay Hillier, M.Ed.
Collaborative and Coordinated Care of Children with CVI– Anne Fulton, MD
Teaching Strategies for Students with CVI– Ellen Mazel, M.Ed.
Tune into Blind on Blind, the podcast to hear about CVI with Dr. Lotfi Merabet of the Lab of Neuroplasticity at Harvard and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Hospital
Radio Perkins: Blind on Blind: Lotfi Merabet