American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

Boston Children’s Hospital: Cortical Visual Imairment in Children

The Cerebral Visual Impairment Society: Patron Professor Gordon Dutton

Cerebra-Positively Different: Charity in England set up to help improve the lives of children with brain related conditions through research, education and directly supporting the children and their carers

Cortical Visual Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Neurological Vision Loss: Informational page on American Foundation for the Blind website

Council for Exceptional Children: Division of Visual Impairment and Deafblind Education Quarterly

CVI Scotland:  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.

CVI Web Exercise: Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Family Connect- For Parents of Children with Visual Impairments: Page specific for children with CVI

Little Bear Sees- Helping visually impaired children learn to see: Site run by authors of the book with same title, parent information

Paths to Literacy- This website is the result of a joint project between Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI) to assist educators and families in the quest to provide literacy experiences for children who are blind or visually impaired. Numerous strategies for literacy with the CVI population

Pediatric Cortical Visual Impairment Society

Review of Ophthalmology:  A Primer on Cortical Visual Impairment                                    Sharon S. Lehman, MD

Ten Principles of Dr. Lilli Nielsen at LilliWorks

TEACHCVI is a European partnership that aims to create collaborative tools for teachers and health care professionals. It is meant to build a bridge between teachers/educators and health care professionals so they can work together to benefit the target group; children with cerebral visual impairment (CVI).

Scottish Sensory Centre – Parent education and support, has CVI page: Is a national organization of people who work together in the area of visual impairment. It is made up of Ophthalmologists, Community Pediatricians, Educationalists, Psychologists, Computer Experts, and Parent Representatives and Children.

West Virginia Department of Education CVI Training Materials: This website has been created by West Virginia’s CVI Mentors to help service providers and families gain more information about CVI. Videos of previous trainings, interviews with students are included.

Strategies/Idea Sharing:

Start Seeing CVI:  a parent generated website created to increase awareness of CVI  

CVI Intervention: Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

CVI teacher: Sharing ideas about cortical visual impairment

The “Big 3 Toolkit” for Children with CVI

Babies with Ipads

Thinking Outside the Lightbox