Cortical Visual Impairment in Children: Presentation, Intervention, and Prognosis in Educational Settings

Abstract

Children with cortical visual impairment (CVI) exhibit distinct visual behaviors which are often misinterpreted. As the incidence of CVI is on the rise, this has subsequently caused an increased need for identification and intervention with these children from teaching and therapy service providers. Distinguishing children with CVI from children with other… (More)

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@inproceedings{Swift2008CorticalVI, title={Cortical Visual Impairment in Children: Presentation, Intervention, and Prognosis in Educational Settings}, author={S. Hales Swift and Roseanna C. Davidson and Linda J. Weems}, year={2008} }