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Resources

Resources recommended by our experts

  • CVI Scotland www.cviscotland.org The website is designed to be owned by those affected by CVI and grow with them. At CVI Scotland we are devoted to helping people understand cerebral visual impairments, and together working towards beginning to master this complex spectrum of conditions. To forward our understanding of how CVI affects people we regularly engage with parents and those affected by CVI.  The findings we share on this website, and we are clear that the source is parents’ first-hand accounts, although our professionals provide guidance throughout.

  • Strategy to See www.strategytosee.com Strategy to See’s Mission is to provide strategies, suggestions and techniques to parents, caretakers, teachers and other action heroes, who hope to encourage more consistent and efficient use of vision in children with Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment.

  • Little Bear Sees www.littlebearsees.org  Little Bear Sees started as a book written by a family raising a child with CVI about their experiences learning about the condition. The popularity of the book led to the creation of this website, which offers a newsletter, parent support group, blogs, etc.

  •  American Printing House for the Blind: CVI Website https://cvi.aphtech.org/ APH makes products for learners who are blind or visually impaired, including products that are useful for those diagnosed with CVI.

  • Easterseals CVI Video library 

Looking for local resources for a child? Contact Jennifer Simpson at JSimpson@eastersealsci.com or call (309)686-1177

Media inquiries contact Megan Pedigo at MPedigo@eastersealsci.com or call (309)686-1177

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