Little Bear’s speech therapist recently made a display wedge that they use when they work on activities together. He can also use it to as an easel for coloring or working on art projects. It’s a great way to put a black background behind objects to make them easier to see. It’s very versatile and easy enough […]
Salient features are noticeable aspects that help the brain categorize incoming information. Think of an elephant. What consistently stands out across multiple images of an elephant so that we are able to recognize it? We usually think of an elephant as having gray skin, four thick legs, a long trunk, and big round ears. These are […]
Every year, as the weather warms up, we start coming up with ways to make our backyard more accessible for Little Bear. We have discovered that he LOVES bubbles. Visually, bubbles can offer movement and shininess, both of which often appeal to kids with CVI. Certain brands of bubble solution also seem to increase the […]
There are many misconceptions surrounding cortical visual impairment (CVI). One of these is the idea that the vision of a child with CVI is constantly changing.
In a recent contest we held on Facebook, we asked our fans to answer the following question: What do children with cortical visual impairment see best? Here are the results: 20% of our participants answered that black and white images are best. In fact, we very often come across the notion that using black and […]
Our most recent iPad Grant for children with cortical visual impairment (CVI) took place in May of this year. We were thrilled to award the package to Allan and his family. Allan received: A 16GB iPad with Retina Display, a copy of our CVI-specific app: Tap-n-See Now, and a copy of our book about CVI: […]