Strategy To See

Interventions for Students with CVI

Presented by: Diane Sheline

Children who have CVI or other forms of brain-damage-related vision loss have unique visual and learning needs. They require specialized educational strategies and, often, environmental adaptations. Diane Sheline will be here to talk about identification of children with CVI, assessment tools to use, and simple techniques and strategies to use with children who have a diagnosis of CVI (or some other form of brain-damage-related vision loss). Overall strategies will be discussed as well as how to adapt the environment and modify the presentation of materials, toys, and other learning items and how to encourage your students to use their vision more efficiently on a daily basis.
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Thursday, Nov. 6th, 9am to Friday, Nov. 7th, 4pm

1451 S Cherry Ln

White Settlement, TX

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Draft Agenda

Strategy To See: Interventions and Techniques for Parents and Caregivers of Students with CVI

Diane Sheline's website

Strategy To See For those who care for and work with students with brain damage related vision loss.

For more information please contact:

Stephanie Isbell, M.Ed.

Regional Consultant for Visual Impairments

and Orientation and Mobility