Video: Children with CVI in Primary School Age
With this video we want to provide an explanation and increase the understanding of CVI in children in primary school age. 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. CVI is the most common cause of visual impairment in early childhood.
With this video 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.
The affliction has changeable consequences for a child’s visual functioning that depend on multiple factors. The film also shows several situations in daily life and at school and how to approach them.
This video is also available in Dutch and in that version published on YouTube and scribit.tv
Published in 2013
Duration: 33 minutes
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A film by:
Irmgard Bals (child psychologist/neuropsychologist)
Mies van Genderen (ophthalmologist)
Yvonne Kruithof (educational psychologist)
Mariska Stokla-Wulfse (child psychologist/educational psychologist)
Jan IJzerman (filmmaker).