Michelle Turner, movement integration specialist, helps this little girl organize her skeletal system in sitting - Diane Peña, Early Interventionist with Vision, works with her visual impairments. The child has Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, cortical visual impairment CVI, optic nerve coloboma, Persistent Hyperplastic, Primary Vitreous (PHPV) coloboma, near/far sited opposite eyes and is hearing impaired.
Michelle Turner of Movement Lesson works with Diane Peña to increase tracking with a young lady with cerebral palsy and CVI.
Michelle Turner of Movement Lesson is working on vision with Diane Peña. They are showing one of the ways that they work with a baby with vision, CVI, track, neurological mapping in conjunction with a Movement Lesson.
Michelle Turner, Movement Lesson, demonstrates one way of working with vision and head rotation with an infant. The book, Newborn Movement Assessment, is available through Amazon http://amzn.to/2hm2CaX. Continued video learning containing private instruction can be found at http://babymovementlesson.com
Diane Peña describes how to do light therapy on a child with low vision during her Movement Lesson session.
Normally it can take years for a child to out-grow CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment). Since I started working with Diane, vision is improving50%-100% within five movement lessons. Here, you can see ways to work with a toddler who has CVI and other visual impairments. She has Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, cortical visual impairment CVI, optic nerve coloboma, Persistent Hyperplastic, Primary Vitreous (PHPV) coloboma, near/far sited opposite eyes and has impaired vision.
Michelle Turner and Diane Peña are working with an infant (almost 3 months of age) with Torticollis. He is a twin, born at 36 weeks. He spent 5 days in a NICU. As Michelle works with the function of his system, Diane is stimulating eye movement. In less than twenty minutes, his vision kicks in and he learns to follow an object and starts to re-correct his Torticollis.
Michelle shows some ways to check your child's functional vision. If you have any concerns with your child's vision, always see a pediatric ophthalmologist.