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We have found 12 results across our website for keyword ‘Blog - Guest Blogs’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Issue 11 CVIs or CVI?
    Newsletter 11, emailed on 5 June 2018.
  • Newsletter 24 Labels
    Newsletter 24, emailed to subscribers on 26th May 2020, about the labels used to describe the learning and behavioural difficulties children with CVI have.
  • Dr Amanda Lueck’s Guest Blog
    Our first Guest Blogger is Dr Amanda Lueck, who explains the reasons why the starting point in understanding CVI has to be the individual child, with no preconceptions.
  • Issue 7 Light Gazing
    Copy of Newsletter 7, sent out on 8 January 2018 looking at changes in the home, clutter and light gazing.
  • Issue 8 Diagnosis Difficulties
    Copy of Newsletter Issue 8, sent out by email 5 February 2018, considering the problems getting a CVI diagnosis.
  • Dr Namita Jacob’s Guest Blog
    Guest blog from international deafblind and vi education expert Dr Namita Jacob, on self-efficacy, what it is and why it is so very important for children, their parents and those who support them.
  • Issue 9 Cause or Behaviour?
    Newsletter 8 sent 27 February 2018, if your answer to a question is ’because of CVI’ it is likely you are missing a lot about CVI.
  • Shane Harvey (Senior Music Therapist) Guest Blog
    Guest blog from Senior Music Therapist Shane Harvey, explaining his successful approach through the case study of a child with CVIs.
  • Issue 13 Helping Children Learn
    Copy of newsletter, emailed to subscribers on 8 October 2018.
  • Professor Barry Kran’s Guest Blog
    Professor Barry Kran, optometric director of the New England College of Optometry and Perkins School for the Blind, explains a little about his profession, and where CVI fits in.
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