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We have found 16 results across our website for keyword ‘Horse Riding’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Horse Riding
    A look at why so many with CVI enjoy horse riding so much, and the benefits.
  • Issue 4 Cerebral Auditory Imapirment
    Newsletter Issue 4 June 2017, discussing CVI and noise / sound processing, support in schools, horse riding, and that to understand CVI requires time, work and commitment.
  • Horse-Riding Update
    New comment from parent about how horse-riding is helping her son develop multiple new skills.
  • Horse-Riding Case Study
    Explaining how Connor who is deaf blind due to CVI and CAI with profound disabilities is learning to ride a horse independently.
  • CVI & Horse Riding
    Feature looking at the benefits of horse riding for people with CVI.
  • Pick & Mix, Wheelchair Users - Personality (and Introduction)
    Our CVI Pick & Mix Selection, full of suggestions from decades of parents of children with CVI and their teachers, doctors and therapists. You only need to look at topics relevant to your child.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (9) The ‘Baby Talk’ method of teaching language
    Gordon Dutton considers the work of speech therapist Sally Ward and her ’Baby Talk’ method, and how it may be relevant to teaching language where CVI is present.
  • 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.
  • Looming & Other Causes of Frights and Disorientation
    Looking at the different reasons someone with CVI may suddenly become frightened, disorientated or anxious.
  • Balint Syndrome
    Balint Syndrome is the most severe form of dorsal stream dysfunction.
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