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Are there Apps for CVI - 6 Things You Need to Know

How do you know if apps for your child's CVI are helping or hindering Your Child's visual development?

Working with a tablet can seem like the perfect idea for your child to get some visual interaction. This is the time you are working with YOUR CHILD. But just remember that, visual stimuli doesn't necessarily mean you are working on visual functions.

Here are some things to avoid or supervise when using a Ipad or tablet for Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI):


1- Does your child have binocular vision? 

Do both eyes work together? If the answer is no or sometimes, then you want to limit tablet time. This close vision with no depth perception does not bring the eyes to synchronized vision. 

2- Does your child have weak convergence? 

If so, then they also have weak binocular vision. It's impossible to work with depth perception or convergence with the tablet. If anything, it can...
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What are the Vision Milestones?

What are the vision milestones? 

We have baby milestones, but how does a child's visual development correlate with those milestones. 


Should you still watch if your child doesn't have Cortical Visual Impairment? It wouldn't hurt. 

What is vision and how do we teach a child how to see?

I have spent over a decade figuring that one out on my own because no professional or therapist had the answer. 

Yes, I had the CVI ranges, but that didn't give me a solution on steps I could take to teach my child to see and how to track that vision. 

In my free webinar, I teach you about 10 vision and movement secrets of CVI, but then I teach you about an assessment tool and a course I developed that teaches you how to track the progression of your child's vision and gives you a plan on how to manually start teaching your child how to see. 


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Proven Methods on How to Improve Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) - Step by Step

Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) doesn't have to be a mystery.

Over the last 15 years, Michelle Turner has taken her son from the CVI range 2 to 10.

He was in school for the legally blind and was never supposed to walk or talk, and he just started college.   

Learn the step-by-step process she took to help teach her son how to see.

Join her in her free webinar, UNLOCKING THE SECRETS TO CVI!  go to:   


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Immature Vision vs. Mature Vision - How to Improve Vision and Movement

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Here, Felipe shows you the difference between immature and mature vision

  • Immature vision is when the head moves with the eyes. 
  • Mature vision is when the eyes can move independently from head movements. 
  • At 12-14 months, a child should have mature vision.

If a child does not have the ability to express mature vision at this age, it is a sign that they will start to have (or are experiencing) deviations in movement development. 

Deviations in movement development can lead to developmental delays, if not addressed. 

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