Site Index Results for ‘ Cortical Visual Impairment’
We have found 471 results across our website for keyword ‘Cortical Visual Impairment’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.
News Article Newsletter 17 Cerebral or Cortical? Our Newsletter Issue 17, emailed on 9 May 2019, considering the difference between the terms cortical and cerebral visual impairments. Are they the same? Why does it matter? Document Pick & Mix, A-Z Labels Alphabetical list of the labels used to describe learning, behavioural and developmental difficulties in children with CVI, and what they mean. News Article Gordon Dutton’s Blog (1) We can only learn from what we perceive Professor Gordon Dutton, regarded internationally as one of the foremost experts on CVI has shared with us some of his thoughts and experiences. Resource Dr Amanda Lueck’s CVI Film for Perkins School (USA) Film explaining CVI by USA expert Dr Amanda Lueck, made by Perkins school for the Blind. Resource Homonymous Hemianopia (New Vision in Absent Visual Field) Paper Introduction and link to fascinating paper explaining how a person regained vision in their right visual field which was absent due to hemianopia following injury. News Article Simultanagnosia Spectrum Galleries of Case Studies New section Simultanagnosia Spectrum Gallery of Case Studies showing how different people experience simultanagnosia. News Article CVI Frights Why do some with CVI suddenly become frightened, agitated, angry or confused? In this new section the causes are considered, including looming, in relation to optic ataxia. News Article 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. News Article Gordon Dutton’s Blog (3) Falling in step with one’s child After learning about the nature of her child’s vision a mother of a child with CVI recently asked me “Where do I start?” News Article Gordon Dutton’s Blog (4) The simultanagnosia spectrum Simultanagnosia spectrum in children is said to be rare. Why?