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  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (13)
    Gordon Dutton’s blog explains how to make the knowable unknown, known. This is essential to help those with CVI.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog 17
    Gordon Dutton’s blog explains how decluttering opened up a whole new world for one child.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog 19
    “when we talk about what we see, but not what the child sees, our words are empty and meaningless” Gordon Dutton’s Blog 19, how to make the world meaningful for the child with CVI.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog 21
    Gordon Dutton’s blog 21 - how to create a calming environment for the person with CVI who becomes anxious in busy places.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog 23
    Gordon Dutton’s blog reflects on experiences with children with severe learning disabilities, who may be thought to have a ’single attention syndrome’.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog 24
    Gordon Dutton’s blog 24 on self referencing criterion. If you are applying it, your efforts with those affected by CVIs could well be redundant.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (1)
    Professor Gordon Dutton, regarded internationally as one of the foremost experts on CVI has shared with us some of his thoughts and experiences.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (2)
    In his second blog for CVI Scotland, Gordon Dutton explains why in his experience, the most successful outcomes for children with CVI are lead not by doctors, but by loving families.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (3)
    After learning about the nature of her child’s vision a mother of a child with CVI recently asked me “Where do I start?”
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (4)
    Simultanagnosia spectrum in children is said to be rare. Why?

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