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        Cortical Visual Impairment – Ellen Mazel

        Educator Ellen Mazel explains the characteristics of CVI, referencing the work of noted researcher Christine Roman-Lantzy, in these videos produced by Perkins School for the Blind. Cues for identifying the typical characteristics of CVI are explained, as well as strategies for addressing the obstacles to learning that CVI can present. The definitions for the terms latency, novelty, familiarity, complexity, reflex, and visually directed reach are introduced as they pertain to the condition of cortical visual Impairment.

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        Cortical Vision Impairment Assessment and Intervention - Ellen Cadigan Mazel


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        Evolution of Intervention and Assessment


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        Assessment and Strategies for CVI Characteristics


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        The Benefit of Early Intervention


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