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Results for ‘Special Schools

We have found 12 results across our website for keyword ‘Special Schools’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Eyecare & Behaviour Improvements in Special Schools Paper
    Our introduction and link to a paper looking a unmet eyecare needs in special schools, where many children need glasses, and the improvements in behaviour when those eyecare needs are met.
  • Newsletter 30 CVI Prevalence (CVI Project Findings)
    Newsletter emailed to subscribers 6 April 2021. CVI Project prevalence in mainstream school children (at least 3.4%) featured and discussed.
  • Eyecare & Behaviour Improvements in Special Schools Paper
    Our introduction to a paper looking at unmet eyecare needs of children in special schools, and the positive behavioural changes when those needs are met.
  • Newsletter 23 New Support Section
    Newsletter 23 emailed to subscribers on 12th May 2020, introducing our new major section Shopping For CVI Suggestions.
  • Notes
    Notes are simple single short paragraphs to explain a little more about the suggestions across multiple Pick & Mix CVI support pages.
  • CVI Prevalence Paper (CVI Project Findings)
    Explanation of the CVI Project’s published findings. On average at least one child in every class (of 30) likely to have CVI, and link to paper.
  • Professor John Ravenscroft’s Blog
    Professor John Ravenscroft celebrates the wide, difficult, complex and extraordinary role of the teacher of pupils with visual impairments.
  • Newsletter 29 CVI-SIM
    Newsletter 29, emailed to subscribers 9 March 2021, explaining CVI-SIM, a virtual reality programme developed in partnership with the University of St Andrews.
  • 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.
  • Preverbal Visual Assessment Paper
    Introduction & link to paper looking at identifying visual difficulties in babies and infants under 2 years, involving the parents undertaking the assessments.
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