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We have found 122 results across our website for keyword ‘Behaviours’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • 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.
  • The CVI Puzzle
    Key to optimal targeted support is understanding which combination of individual CVIs each person is affected by. If the brain altering event or injury are not known, it can be quite a puzzle to figure out. We explain.
  • Obsessive (Non-Verbal Children)
    Does the non-verbal person with CVI, sometimes, often or always seem obsessive? Some suggested explanations and solutions.
  • Behaviours
    How behaviours affect the person with CVI.
  • 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.
  • CVI Autism Team Blog 2
    Considering why some children with CVI develop autistic behaviours, looking at their first year.
  • Simultanagnosia Spectrum Mixer-Board
    Separating out eight different experiences and behaviours relating to simultanagnostic vision, and looking at understanding the impact of these varied levels.
  • 5a - Introduction to CVIs
    CVI Scotland’s Lessons Level 5a CVIs Basic (Occipital), Introduction to CVIs
  • CVI Autism Team Blog 1
    First blog from new team put together specifically to consider the connections and relationships between CVI and autism.
  • Newsletter 27 The CVI Puzzle
    Newsletter 27, emailed 4 Dec 2020, about the ’Dark Art’ of diagnosing CVI, explained through the CVI Puzzle.
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