In our introduction section to Access we describe both the process of how we learn, and consider the flip-side of why some don't learn or have difficulties.
Through making the experience (needed to learn) perceivable, meaningful and motivational, we have seen many examples of people learning where previously they struggled, or could not learn.
Here are a few examples:
Katherine is learning to read.
Amelia is learning to enjoy story-time.
Connor is learning to talk.
Connor is learning to ride a horse.
We will be posting many more examples, celebrating the different achievements of people with CVI, and understand how and why, so others can share and learn. It's what we do.
CVI Scotland: Sharing & Developing Our Understanding of CVI.
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At CVI Scotland we are devoted to helping people understand cerebral visual impairments, and together working towards developing the understanding of this complex condition.