We have found 10 results across our website for keyword ‘Baby Steps’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.
Safe Places the important need for those with cvi to feel safe and protected
Attention & Its Calibration Attention is calibrated to help us attend to what is important and not be distracted by what is not. CVI can have a huge impact on this calibration process.
Obsessive (Non-Verbal Children) Does the non-verbal person with CVI, sometimes, often or always appear obsessive or have obsessive behaviours? Some quick suggested solutions here.
Nicola McDowell’s Blog (1) Nicola McDowell sustained a brain injury aged sixteen, and for the following seventeen years was unaware that she had CVI. Through a series of blogs Nicola shares her experiences with us
Corona, Change and CVI Newsletter about how huge changes due to the Conona virus can be particularly challenging for people with CVI, and very simple measures to help.
Eating Zoom In to Zip Up then Zoom Out. Approach to understanding for those with reduced visual attention due to simultanagnostic vision.
Horse-Riding Case Study Explaining how Connor who is deaf blind due to CVI and CAI with profound disabilities is learning to ride a horse independently.
Clutter Section describing the negative impact of clutter on all aspects of the life of the person with CVI, and simple inexpensive suggestions to help.
Irrational Does the person with CVI, sometimes, often or always appear irrational? Some suggested solutions here.