Using iPads with Students who have CVI or Multiple Impairments

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Tara Mason discusses the unique needs of students with cerebral/cortical visual impairment and tips for using an iPad to address CVI characteristics, including:

  • Visual complexity
  • Novelty
  • Color preference
  • Visual field preference
  • Light gazing or non-purposeful gaze
  • Visual latency
  • Distance viewing
  • Movement

Specific iPad apps are discussed, including apps that are beneficial for students with CVI and/or multiple impairments.

Read the full article, Using iPads with Students who have CVI or Multiple Impairments.

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