A-Z Index

Site Index

Results for ‘CVI Related Behaviours

We have found 7 results across our website for keyword ‘CVI Related 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.
  • Newsletter 27 The CVI Puzzle
    Newsletter 27, emailed 4 Dec 2020, about the ’Dark Art’ of diagnosing CVI, explained through the CVI Puzzle.
  • 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.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (31) Changing One’s Perspective
    Gordon Dutton considers overstimulation, which can create many difficulties for those with CVI, making life extremely challenging.
  • CVIs
    List of brain related impairments of vision. Most, but not all, come under the umbrella term cerebral visual impairments (CVIs).
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (2) Is CVI a medical condition or a different normal?
    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.

HELP SUPPORT US

Your generous donations will be put to immediate use in supporting our charity...

Donate Here

About Us

At CVI Scotland we are devoted to helping people understand cerebral visual impairments, and together working towards developing the understanding of this complex condition.