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We have found 42 results across our website for keyword ‘Food’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Food
    CVI practical support suggestions around food, enjoying food, preparing food, trying new foods, eating and eating out.
  • Eating
    An approach to build up a better understanding of different foods, to help those with CVI learn different foods, tastes and combinations.
  • Obsessive (Non-Verbal Children)
    Does the non-verbal person with CVI, sometimes, often or always seem obsessive? Some suggested explanations and solutions.
  • Mealtimes:  Dislike of Gravy / Custard / Sauce and Overlapping of Food
    Considering why some with CVI dislike overlapping food, or gravy / custard / sauces poured over their food.
  • Nicola McDowell’s Blog (4) Dealing with clutter
    As a teenager with CVI, raiding the fridge presented new challenges for Nicola, who started developing obsessive behaviours to cope.
  • Notes
    Notes are simple single short paragraphs to explain a little more about the suggestions across multiple Pick & Mix CVI support pages.
  • Pick & Mix: Food
    CVI practical support suggestions around food, enjoying food, preparing food, trying new foods, eating and eating out.
  • Home: Learning - CVI Severely Learning Delayed
    Looking at creating optimal learning opportunities for people with CVI and severe learning challenges, at home, with practical examples and suggestions.
  • 6c - Hemi Inattention and Neglect
    CVI Scotland’s Lessons Level 6c CVIs Visual Field Impairments, Hemi Inattention and Neglect
  • Nicola McDowell’s Blog (19) Shopping with CVI
    Nicola’s CVIs have meant many sacrifices, including her beloved mall, which try as she did, she simply couldn’t cope with any more.
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