Roman-Lantzy, C. (Eds.) (2018). Cortical Visual Impairment Advanced Principles, Louisville, KY: APH Press.
Roman-Lantzy, C. (2018) Cortical visual impairment: An approach to assessment and intervention. Second Edition. New York, NY: AFB Press.
Roman-Lantzy, C. (2007). Cortical visual impairment: An approach to assessment and intervention. New York, NY: AFB Press.
Roman, C., Baker-Nobles, L., Dutton, G. N., Luiselli, T. E., Flener, B. S., Jan, J. E., Lantzy, A., Matsuba, C., Mayer, D. L., Newcomb, S., & Nielsen, A. S. (2010). Statement on cortical visual impairment. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 104(3), 69-72.
Roman-Lantzy, C. A., & Lantzy, A. (2010). Outcomes and opportunities: A study of children with cortical visual impairment. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 104(10), 649-653.
Newcomb, S. (2010). The reliability of the CVI range: A functional vision assessment for children with cortical visual impairment. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 104(10), 637-647.
This tool is designed to assist in literacy education for students with CVI. It is being developed under the guidance of Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy who originally developed the technique.
Note that this is an early testing version. The interface will improve before version 1 is released.
Disclaimer: This is being developed as an open source project by an employee of Google with Google’s permission but is not an official Google product.
As I See It – Christine Roman blog
Salient Features Collaborative developed Salient Features Dictionary
About this Salient Features Dictionary:
The Salient Features Dictionary is based on the work and ideas of Christine Roman-Lantzy, Ph.D. Dr. Roman-Lantzy defines salient features as, “the defining elements that distinguish one target from another.” (Roman-Lantzy, p204). “They are,” she continues, “the key pieces of distinct information that facilitate recognition of an image, object, environment, or person” (Roman-Lantzy, 2018).
“Welcome to Roman on CVI. I look forward to sharing directly with you my thoughts, perspectives and practices regarding Cortical Visual Impairment.”
Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy
CVI Resources www.cviresources.com