Blog As I See It
I am writing this blog post during a time in which we are all self quarantined. It’s a strange and unsettling time. If you are spending more time indoors than you expected, and you are a family member of a child with CVI, you may be toward the bottom of
Well, I did it. I have a YouTube channel. At the urging of others, I have agreed that I would give it a try. And, while at it, started a Facebook page too. There was a time when I could not find one other person to talk to about CVI.
A couple of years ago I had a major wake-up call. I listened to a parent conduct a session at a CVI conference. During her talk, she mentioned the importance of The CVI Range scores and the expectation that they will continue to improve over time. And then this mom, who
It’s almost 2019. What a year this has been. There have been so many things to reflect upon both personal and professional. I am going to indulge myself a bit. The year started with the usual suspects. Promises to get fit (ish), to find more quiet time to knit, or
In July 2018, AER passed Resolution 2018-001. This Resolution included content that potentially limited the use of The CVI Range as an assessment of functional vision in students who have CVI. The following is my response to the Resolution. My statement provides an explanation of my point of view regarding