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We have found 34 results across our website for keyword ‘One Thing At A Time’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Newsletter 26 CVI, Language & Learning
    Newsletter 26, emailed to subscribers 13 October 2020. Sam experiences the world one thing at a time, which has affected her understanding of language, making learning more difficult.
  • One Thing At A Time
    Considering what life might be like for those who experience it ’one thing at a time’, using a short filmed conversation as an example.
  • One Thing At A Time
    Considering what life might be like for those who experience it ’one thing at a time’, using a short filmed conversation as an example.
  • The Visual Acuity / Simultanagnosia Problem
    If a person has both reduced visual acuity and simultanagnostic vision, making things both bigger or smaller can create challenges.
  • CVI Clusters
    Many children with CVI are affected by more than one. Here we list some common clusters of CVIs.
  • 9d - The Sound Map
    CVI Scotland’s Lessons Level 9c CVIs Dorsal (2), The Sound Map
  • Issue 3 Balint Syndrome
    Newsletter covering recently added sections on Balint Syndrome and Zoom In Zip Up Zoom Out. Introduction to the new CVI Autism Team and sharing Gordon Dutton and Nicola McDowell’s blogs.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (23) The KISS principle
    Gordon Dutton’s blog reflects on experiences with children with severe learning disabilities, who may be thought to have a ’single attention syndrome’.
  • Issue 16 Brain Waste
    Newsletter 16, emailed 28 March 2019, about Brain Waste, and how it affects us all.
  • Dragonfly’s Blog 2 Let’s Foster Future Independence by Teaching Strategies Today
    Dragonfly’s 2nd blog describes ’a basic strategy: step back, take a breath or two, brush yourself off, acknowledge the feelings and their underlying triggers, and then look for a different approach’
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