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We have found 11 results across our website for keyword ‘Behaviours - Safe Places’ — 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
  • 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.
  • 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 15
    Nicola’s parents think a holiday will make her feel better. Some excellent advice for anyone planning a trip with a child who has CVI.
  • Nicola McDowell’s Blog 20
    In her Blog 20, Nicola McDowell is determined to start clearing the clutter from classrooms, marking the publication of her important paper in the JIVB.
  • CVI Meltdowns
    the extreme behavioural effects of cvi
  • Emotions
    considering how cvi affects emotional development and the ability to understand the emotions of others.
  • 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.
  • Attention & Its Calibration - Examples
    Examples to help explain the previous section on attention calibration and how it is affected by CVI.
  • Pick & Mix, Wheelchair Users - Personality (and Introduction)
    Our CVI Pick & Mix Selection, full of suggestions from decades of parents of children with CVI and their teachers, doctors and therapists. You only need to look at topics relevant to your child.
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