We organized a seminar on topic of Cortical/cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI)19.09.2019.
Mali dom - Zagreb organized a seminar on topic of Cortical/cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI) - Identification, assessment and intervention strategies in children with cerebral visual impairment,
held on September 16-17, 2019, Zagreb at the Panorama Hotel.
The seminar brought together experts who encounter children at risk of cerebral visual impairment in their work; healthcare professionals, special education teachers, professionals working with children with multiple and complex disabilities as well as parents from Croatia and other European countries.
The lecture was led by Professor Christine Roman Lantzy, an expert in Cerebral Visual Impairment and Infancy. Part of the lecture was delivered by Dr. Alan Lantzy, a neonatologist.
Christine Roman Lantzy, as an invited lecturer, provides training, seminars and workshops, as well as consultations on CVI worldwide. She is the author of many articles and publications.
CVI is the leading cause of visual impairment of children in the developed world. Christine Roman Lantzy's approach is based on a framework called the CVI RANGE. She has developed an assessment system focused specifically on the characteristics of visual behavior that can be assessed by professionals of different profiles and even by the child's parents.