10 Signs of CVI

  1. Color preferences (often red, yellow, saturated)
  2. Need for movement (to elicit/sustain attention)
  3. Visual latency (processing time)
  4. Visual field preferences
  5. Difficulty with visual complexity (array, target/object, multisensory, faces)
  6. Need for/attraction to light
  7. Difficulty with distance viewing
  8. Atypical visual reflexes
  9. Difficulty with visual novelty (easier with familiar objects, people, settings)
  10. Difficulty with visually guided reach (looking and reaching at the same time)

“Dr. Roman has charted the waters in changing the lives of children with CVI. I am forever grateful to her and the work she’s done for my son and other children with CVI.”

Angela Degnan, Kansas

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