Publicatieoverzicht

Spring naar resultaten

Filter publicaties

Cerebral Visual Impairment

When children are diagnosed with cerebral visual impairment (CVI), it is often difficult for parents and caregivers to understand what it means, because the eyes can be perfectly fine. This dvd can be used as an aid. What is CVI en what does the visual functioning look like? How can you take CVI into account in daily contact? The dvd features five portraits: of a baby, of a child at a day-care centre, of a kindergarten and of two multiple handicapped children. 

Cerebral Visual Impairment Bestellen
Voorkant van de dvd Cerebral Visual Impairment

Children with CVI in Primary School Age

With his DVD we want to provide an explanation and increase the understanding of CVI in children in primary school age. By the stories of three children (8-12 years old), their parents and their teachers and supervisors, information is given about the cause and forms of expression of CVI. CVI is the abbreviation of Cerebral Visual Impairment, an umbrella term for various visual perceptual disorders that are the result of an abnormality of or damage to the brain. 

Children with CVI in Primary School Age Bestellen
Voorkant van de dvd Children with cvi in primary school age

CVI Experience

Visual perception is a complex process. Our brains continuously process information that enters via the eyes, linking it to existing knowledge, integrating and interpreting it, allowing us to understand and recognise what we see. Brain damage can sometimes disrupt this process. This is referred to as Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI). This book is tutorial material for care and education professionals.

CVI Experience Bestellen
Voorkant boek CVI Experience

My Child has CVI

Handbook for parents of a young child with CVI Handbook for parents of a young child with CVI.
This book is about cerebral visual impairment (CVI) in young children. It gives parents tools and advice for dealing with the visual problems their child may experience daily, so that he can develop as well as possible. The authors of this book are occupational therapists and childpsychologist at Bartiméus in the Netherlands.

My Child has CVI Bestellen
Coverfoto My Child has CVI