Invision O&M Cortical Visual Impairment Series Course I – Cortical Visual Impairment for Orientation and Mobility Specialists

$99.00

“Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) for Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Specialists” is the first course in Invision’s on-line Cortical Visual Impairment series designed specifically for O&M specialists.

Learn basic information about CVI, the challenges CVI presents for safe and purposeful mobility, and a framework for addressing  these challenges.

This course provides the foundation for the second course in Invision’s O&M CVI Series, “Teaching Purposeful Movement to Students with Cortical Vision Impairment.”

Description

The course is taught by Elga Joffee, COMS, an Invision COMS On-Line Course Instructor and Invision’s Lead O&M teacher.

IN THIS COURSE O&M SPECIALISTS WILL:

  • Learn about CVI – What It Is & What It Isn’t
  • Learn about the Visual Performance Characteristics of Cortical Visual Impairment
  • Understand How the Visual Performance Characteristics of CVI Present Challenges for Mobility and Safety
  • Learn about a CVI Screening Checklist
  • Learn About Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy’s CVI Range
  • View Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy’s Video Presentation to the West Virginia Department of Education about O&M and CVI
  • Learn About Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy’s CVI O&M Resolution Chart for Evaluating the O&M Needs of Students with Cortical Visual Impairment
  • Learn About Using the CVI O&M Range to Assess Students and Recommend O&M Environments
  • Review Invision’s O&M Evaluation Report Format for Students with CVI
  • Review a Sample O&M Evaluation Report for A Student with CVI

ACVREP continuing education credit for completing the workshop readings and assignment is 2 hours.

Course Content