Developing Interventions for Children with CVI: General Discussion

Coming soon

Course Description: Embark on the final leg of our trilogy as we equip educators with the knowledge and skills needed to develop and implement effective interventions for students with Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI). Building upon the insights gained in Courses 1 and 2, enroll in this course to delve into the practical application of research findings, guided by a structured framework for intervention planning. Through real-world scenarios, educators will learn to leverage the CVI Companion Guide to tailor interventions to meet the unique needs of students with CVI, ensuring meaningful progress and outcomes. Special thanks to the New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired for their partnership with developing this course.

ACVREP Credit Hours: 1.5

Objectives

  • Describe fundamental principles of developing interventions for young children.
  • Identify 4 considerations when developing interventions for children with CVI.
  • Identify 5 types of information to collect and organize when developing interventions for children with CVI.
  • Describe CVI Companion Guide resources that can be used for developing meaningful interventions (Intervention Planning & Monitoring Form, Tips of Practice).
  • Apply early intervention principles given a variety of case study examples.