Please note that not every product listed below is appropriate for every learner diagnosed with CVI. Explore the assessment/strategy resources on this site for ideas on how to determine which products are best matched to your learner’s needs.
Mini-Lite Box: Overlays
Designed to provide the ability to build visual complexity by adding one overlay at a time, individualizing each child’s needs.
The Mini-Lite Box Overlays are unique in that the parent or teacher may choose the level of visual complexity for each learner. Overlays can be used for instruction or assessment in color identification, shape identification, and counting. Individualize by adding layers for each student’s level of complexity
Using color, light, and increasing levels of complexity, the Mini-Lite Box Overlays can be layered for many different purposes.
CVI Book Builder Kit
This book making kit is designed to create individualized books for children diagnosed with Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).
Children diagnosed with CVI frequently have difficulty in understanding objects, pictures, and letters presented against a complex background. CVI Book Builder provides materials for parents and teachers to build books specifically for their reader. The kit provides a variety of black pages and black binders to use as low complexity backgrounds against which to present familiar items, photos, and letters/words.
Bright Shapes Knob Puzzle Click here
Bright Shapes Knob Puzzles are acrylic puzzle pieces based on the shapes used in APH’s Light Box Levels I-III Kits. These puzzles have knobs to help with grasping — one of the targeted skills. Other targeted skills include hand-eye coordination, relational concepts such as in/out, directionality, shape and color recognition, comparison, and patterning. Although this kit will serve as a terrific puzzle set on its own, it is designed to be easily viewed on the APH Light Box. Educators, therapists, and parents will discover endless learning opportunities with these puzzles.
Increasing Complexity Pegboard click here
A manipulative developed for children with visual impairments, including those diagnosed with CVI.
The Increasing Complexity Pegboard was created for children with visual impairments, including those diagnosed with Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI). Paired with diagnostic teaching strategies, the pegboard set helps to determine and support the child’s color, lighting, movement, and complexity needs.
Children diagnosed with CVI frequently have difficulty in understanding objects presented in a complex array. The Increasing Complexity Pegboard provides materials for parents and teachers to create background templates specifically for their learner.
Match–It-Up Frames can be used by parents and teachers to custom-design activities addressing specific learning needs of students who are blind and visually impaired, as well as those with multiple disabilities.
Spinner Overlays for the Light Box
New! Catalog Number: 1-08692-00 click here
Designed to support the individual needs of learners with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) or low vision.
Using color, light, movement, and increasing levels of complexity, the Spinner Overlays for the Light Box can be adapted and layered for many different purposes.
Catalog Number:1-08158-00 click here
Swirly Mats II CVI for use during Play-based Functional Vision Evaluation….or just for fun! Use with the Mini-Lite Box or on the yellow, black, white tabletop mats. Assess the characteristics of color preference, need for movement, visual latency, visual field preference, levels of visual complexity, need for light, distance viewing, visual novelty, and visually-guided reach.
Invisiboard 1-08541-00 click here
Tri-fold board 1-08859-00 click here
All-in-One board 1-08836-00 click here
All-in-One Board: Student Model 1-08833-00 click here
Light Box 1-08669-00 click here
Mini-Lite Box 1-08661-00 click here
Light Box Materials: Level I 1-08670-00 click here
Plexiglass Spinner and Spinner Patterns 1-08664-00 click here
Swirly Mats CVI 1-08153-00 click here
Spangle Tangle: Play and Explore 1-08755-00 click here
Joy Player – 1-07089-00 click here
The Joy Player joins the Tactile Graphic Image Library
Students who use tactile communication symbols can now request their favorite personal music player—The Joy Player. Requested by Cindy Corbett, a visual impairment and orientation and mobility specialist from Indiana, APH now offers STL files of the Joy Player button switches on the Tactile Graphic Image Library, enabling consumers to 3-D print the file. Whether your student uses the symbol alone or mounted on a communication card, he or she can express a personal desire to listen to music in an appropriate way and expect a response. Tactile symbols are tools for teaching important communication and functional literacy skills.
ToAD Kit: Tools for Assessment and Development of Visual Skills 1-08152-00 click here
Sensory Learning Kit (SLK) 1-08611-00 http://shop.aph.org/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_Sensory%20Learning%20Kit%20(SLK)_35518303P_10001_11051
Select Switch 1-08617-00 click here
SAM: Symbols and Meaning 1-08854-00 click here
CVI Complexity Sequences Kit 1-08156-00 click here
CVI Complexity Sequences, eBook and Interactive Cards D-03610-ED click here
Bright Line Reading Guide Yellow 1-03060-00 Pink 1-03061-00 click here
Match Sticks 1-08157-00 click here
Game Kit 1-08440-00 click here
Geometric Shapes 1-08663-00 click here
Colored Shape Cards 1-08667-00 click here
Familiar Object Pictures 1-08666-00 click here
Digital Light Box Artwork 1-08691-00 click here