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We have found 13 results across our website for keyword ‘Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Pick & Mix, A-Z Labels
    Alphabetical list of the labels used to describe learning, behavioural and developmental difficulties in children with CVI, and what they mean.
  • Newsletter 24 Labels
    Newsletter 24, emailed to subscribers on 26th May 2020, about the labels used to describe the learning and behavioural difficulties children with CVI have.
  • CVI Screening Questions Paper
    Link to publication comparing different CVI screening questionnaires.
  • CVI & DCD (Developmental Coordination Disorder) Paper
    Introduction to a paper considering how and why CVI and DCD (developmental coordination disorder) can sometimes get mixed up.
  • Issue 11 CVIs or CVI?
    Newsletter 11, emailed on 5 June 2018.
  • Behaviours
    How behaviours affect the person with CVI.
  • Moderate Learning Disability Case Study
    Case study looking at a typical school day as experienced by a child with CVI and some additional support needs, in a mainstream school.
  • Dorsal Stream Dysfunction Plus Paper
    Link to paper by Gordon Dutton describing a group of children with the milder symptoms of dorsal stream dysfunction, where the visual impairment may have gone unidentified.
  • Dorsal Stream Dysfunction and Neuroplasticity Paper
    Paper about the importance of neuroimaging as a tool to understand neuroplasticity, in turn to understand CVI, specifically looking at dorsal stream dysfunction.
  • CVI Related Behaviours
    CVI causes many behaviours, often seen as difficulties, or odd ways of doing things. We explain these related behaviours in three groups - adaptive, reactive and absent behaviours.
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