CVI is the leading cause of blindness in children. Children with CVI may vary in severity of impairment, how much they see, or how they interpret visual information.
Sensory play in its original form is observed in children who grew up playing outdoors. They tossed pebbles, pulled roots, jumped in puddles, caught bugs.
A bolster is a soft yet supportive cylindrical piece of equipment that can be used to promote pre-crawling skills, proprioception, and weight bearing.
Having a mobile over your child’s bed will help your child with visual fixation, tracking, and work on their depth perception.