Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) is a brain based visual impairment. Even though the eyes are able to see, due to damage in the brain, it because difficult for the brain to process the information the eyes are taking viewing.  Below you will find some resources that we at KSSB believe are helpful to teams.

Live Binders and Padlets created by KSSB Field Services Specialists

These are a way to collaborate, organize and share resources on CVI.

LiveBinders have been created but may not be accessible through screen readers. Therefore, Padlets were created with the same information, however, Padlets are more accessible with a screen reader.

CVI Scotland is devoted to helping people understand cerebral visual impairments, and together to work toward starting to master this complicated spectrum of condition.

Perkins School for the Blind developed the webpage CVI Now. The goal is to help individuals understand CVI, give everyday parenting strategies and connect parents with other families so you can find the support you need.

John Ravenscroft interviews several individuals to gain their understanding, prospecting, and/or work to learn more about CVI.

The video shows why different cerebral visual impairments require different approaches, and how learning suffers if visual needs are not met.

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