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11 minutes ago, Thaddeus Kosciuszko said:

I have only the most vague idea of what they'd even be talking about.

So instead I'll ask why did they capitalize all the significant words on the sign behind the doctor except for the words 'visual' and 'impairment'?

I am pretty sure the ack of capital v was a typo and it made me like her better.

In a nutshell--- CVI is when the eyes work but the message doesn't get to the brain.  New studies suggest that if we intervene early with high quality services specifically geared at CVI, there is significant improvement in processing..  Ocular strategies are not effective.  The window of opportunity is short, their is a national shortage of people with skill in this area, and most children don't even get to see a teacher of vision until age three or older.  Not good.

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25 minutes ago, Airehead said:

CVI is when the eyes work but the message doesn't get to the brain.  New studies suggest that if we intervene early with high quality services specifically geared at CVI, there is significant improvement in processing..  

Thanks, Airehead!  Now I can say I learned something new today!

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