Identification, Assessment And Intervention For Children With CVI Including Those With Deaf-Blindness
This programme of webinars progresses from foundational information about children who have CVI, through assessment methods and interventions.
The series is split into four topics, each with two one hour long webinars:
The two webinars below focus on serving infants, toddlers, and pre-schoolers with CVI. It will draw from the CVI Companion Guide and provide a list of selected online resources related to the development of young children including those with visual impairments and deaf-blindness.
Webinar: Developmental Issues That May Affect Young Children Who Have CVI Including Those Who are Deaf-Blind: Recommended Practices to Intervention
This webinar focuses on serving young children with CVI including those who are deaf-blind. Recommended practices of the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children that guide intervention approaches will be identified. It will discuss how CVI may affect social-emotional, communication, cognitive, and fine and gross motor development and related interventions.
Webinar: Developmental Issues That May Affect Young Children Who Have CVI Including Those Who are Deaf-Blind: Routine Based Intervention and the Team Model
This webinar focuses on the early intervention and early childhood special education team models and the roles of different disciplines, application of key intervention practices in home-based early intervention and in preschool classrooms. It will discuss the use of routines-based approaches and identify how to embed interventions and learning opportunities across daily routines.
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