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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.
  • Cerebral Auditory Impairment
    Considering the effects CVI can have on hearing and processing sounds.

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