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We have found 82 results across our website for keyword ‘Clutter’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Clutter
    Section describing the negative impact of clutter on all aspects of the life of the person with CVI, and simple inexpensive suggestions to help.
  • Cluttered Classrooms Paper
    An introduction to a paper looking at the impact of clutter in classrooms for children with CVIs, but there are lessons for us all.
  • 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.
  • Balint Syndrome
    Balint Syndrome is the most severe form of dorsal stream dysfunction.
  • Understanding Support Needs in School
    A section for parents to look through their child’s eyes and see the challenges they face at school.
  • Amelia - Becoming An Independent Teenager
    Wonderful account from a mother, matching support to her daughters actual needs, and quite literally opening up the world to her.
  • Home: Learning - CVI Severely Learning Delayed
    Looking at the elements that create optimal learning opportunities for people with CVI and severe learning challenges, at home, with practical examples and suggestions.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (10)
    Gordon Dutton explains why he believes that limited vision (due to simultanagnostic vision) is often unrecognised in children, and suggests how parent’s can learn this for themselves.
  • Issue 7 - 8 January 2018
    Copy of Newsletter 7, sent out on 8 January 2018 looking at changes in the home, clutter and light gazing.
  • Issue 12 - 21 August 2018
    Copy of Newsletter Issue 12, emailed on 21 August 2018, with our Default CVI proposal.
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