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This is a great question. Currently, you can message the CVi Connect team through the app, using the Messages card/applet, and we will send appropriate activities that correspond to the new Range Score. We will also add this information to your child’s profile in CVi Connect. In the near future, you will be able to view your child’s current Range Score in the “Report Card” section on the dashboard and review past scores as well. Thank you for reaching out to CVi Connect.
CVi Connect Suppor StaffSeptember 27, 2017 at 10:03 am in reply to: Group C — recording for 9/14/17 "getting started" webinar audio issue #1203
Thank you so much for letting us know. We’ll look into why that happened, and work to update that recording. In the meantime, here a link to Group A’s webinar recording that has all of the same information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkuFwS1SK_Q
I hope that helps for now, and thank you again for alerting us to this.
Thank you so much for reaching out via the Support Forum.
All of our activities started with classroom teachers asking for interventions for their curriculum. We have lessons on shapes, stories for leisure, stories emphasizing a key word, nursery rhymes, signs in the community for Orientation and Mobility, basic counting, and zoo animals. If you have an activity idea we would love to hear it.
When working with my students I ask the classroom teacher what the main objective is and reduce all the clutter. Then I highlight the salient feature and teach why a duck is a duck for example. “Cortical Visual Impairment An Approach to Assessment and Intervention” by Christine Roman-Lantzy is a great place to start incorporating interventions during the school day.
All that to say, we are still in the process of getting our teacher version ready for a launch, but we are not quite there yet. The intention is not to create vision time or extra work at school. Instead, we hope to get input from families for activities that we can create to fit the needs our children with CVI and align with their daily curriculum.
I hope that makes sense.
Thank you for reaching out. You are on the right track. We will look at your Range Scores from the survey and push over activities within 24-48 hours. This allows us to fit your child with the best activities. I will push over your activities now. Please let us know how your child responds to these lessons. The Range Score is just a piece of the puzzle so your feedback, journal entries, and the data from the app is going to help us create activities that will benefit your child.
Thank you again for your post on the Support Forum.