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We have found 48 results across our website for keyword ‘Language’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Language (for non-verbal children with CVI)
    Suggested approaches to teach language to those with CVI who are considered non-verbal, with explanations why.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (9)
    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.
  • Language & Talking (Connor)
    Real example explaining why language was not perceivable to Connor and the approach taken to teach him to talk.
  • Reading To Your Child For Fun - books, magazines, comics, anything!
    Parents share their experiences teaching their child with CVI a love of books.
  • 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 (6)
    Radio Parenting: By using radio language to talk about anything you know your child doesn’t see so well, you’ll be making sure that what you say can be understood better.
  • Horse Riding
    A look at why so many with CVI enjoy horse riding so much, and the benefits.
  • Language for non-verbal children with CVI
    Section explaining step by step approach to teaching language to non-verbal children with CVI.
  • Emotions
    considering how cvi affects emotional development and the ability to understand the emotions of others.
  • Developmental Dyslexia Paper
    Introduction and link to paper explaining the history and journey of our understanding of developmental dyslexia, with a few important lessons for our world of the CVIs.
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