Other Ways of Seeing and Being CVI & CAPD
Date: February 23, 2023
Speaker: Dr. Amanda Lueck & Maurice Belote
1 Contact Hour
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Program description: Amanda Lueck will review potential consequences of Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairments (CVI) that include vision, visual processing, and other concerns, discuss ways in which potential consequences of CVI and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can overlap, and determine strategies for addressing student needs related to CVI. Maurice Belote will then review consequences of Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) that can also be overlooked. Time for Q&A will be provided at the end of the session.
Amanda Hall Lueck, PhD has been in the field of visual impairments for over 40 years providing direct service, training educational professionals, and conducting research and development activities related to individuals with visual impairments across the lifespan in the US and abroad. Her early work centered on children and adults who have low vision. For the past 20 years, she has been focused on work with children and adults with CVI. Her numerous publications related to visual impairments include Vision and the Brain: Understanding Cerebral Visual Impairment in Children with co-editor, Gordon Dutton, MD; Functional Vision: A Practitioner’s Guide to Evaluation and Intervention; Developmental Guidelines for Infants Birth to 2 Years; A Manual for Early Intervention as well as its CVI Companion Guide both with co-authors Drs. Deborah Chen and Elizabeth Hartmann; and the Decision Making Guide to Making Print Size Selection with Dr. Ian Bailey. Dr. Lueck is Professor Emerita at San Francisco State University.
Maurice Belote, MA has worked exclusively in the field of deafblindness for 41 years. Maurice served as Project Coordinator of California Deafblind Services at San Francisco State University from 1992 until his retirement in 2021. During that time, he served as adjunct faculty for two four-year personnel preparation grants at SFSU focused on training teachers of students who are deafblind.
With his CDBS team, Maurice also developed an intervener certificate program through the SFSU College of Extended Learning that prepares paraeducators to effectively support communication and curricular access for students with DB in school and community settings. He is currently adjunct faculty with two university teacher training programs and he also serves as Co-chair of the National Coalition on Deafblindness. He is a frequent speaker at national and international meetings and in 2021, was awarded the Anne Sullivan Macy Medal for his decades of work on behalf of deafblind students.
Participants will learn:
- Potential consequences of Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairments (CVI) that include vision, visual processing, and other concerns;
- Ways in which potential consequences of CVI and ASD can overlap; and
- The consequences of Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) that can also be overlooked.
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