Day 1: Overview of cortical vision impairment, characteristics of CVI, and related etiologies.

Day 2: Overview of the CVI range assessment, assessment procedures and strategies to promote literacy for children with CVI, as well as Overvier requirements for the CVI-Advisor Project.


Project Requirements:
Participants who want to pursue ongoing study to become a CVI Advisor must complete the application process and commit to three additional face-to-face training's.

CVI Leadership Training Program



​   ​​The New England Consortium  for Deafblind Technical Assistance And Training (NEC)

                                                       A Deafblind Community of Practice

                              Serving Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire

CVI Advisor training's are facilitated by NEC and Dr. Christine Roman.


This NEC sponsored training provides PDP (Professional Development Points) and CEU's in Connecticut.


To complete your registration please e-mail or fax your registration form by the deadline listed to:


NEC@perkins.org

or 

Attn: Linh Tran

fax: 617-972-7354


CVI Advisor  Training Program (Tier II)


Who: For teachers of the visually impaired, classroom teachers, early intervention providers, parents, healthcare professionals, low vision professionals, and related service personnel.







Click here to download CVI Advisor forms.