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Find Educational Materials and Vision Courses for Children with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI)


Join Our Mailing List to Get 2 FREE CVI eBooks Every Month

When you join check your email for your first two ebooks: "Animals for Children with CVI" and "First Words 'What's That' and 'Shhhh.' "

"You are AMAZING!!! Thank you so much for your great books and resources! They make my job so much easier AND help my student's with CVI better understand the world around them! Thank you again for sharing your gifts and talents with all of us who work with children with CVI every day! God Bless!"



Starter Kit - CVI eBooks

$19.99 USD

Please note that there are variations of the same book. Meaning, some books are yellow focused with a white or back background, red focused with a white or black background, and multicolor-focused with a white or black background. 

Currently books in this product teach your child about:

  1. Animals
  2. ABCs (uppercase, lowercase, multicolored) 
  3. Numbers
  4. Shapes
  5. Numbers and shapes
  6. Colors
  7. Colors and Shapes
  8. First Words Series
  9. Body Part Series



"Thanks so much for your emails. I had my son, who is an adult, watch the 'I See Pink' video. Amazingly he attended to all of it. He read some of the phrases too."



Assess and increase your child's color visual field using the CVI Colors Assessment Tool™. Learn how to use this tool, and then get 30 days of exercises showing you how to understand and work with your child's color visual field. 

Get book exercises for CVI children in phase 1, 2, or 3. Get video and ebook materials to aid you in teaching your child or client the following colors:

  1. I  See Red
  2. I See Pink
  3. I See Orange
  4. I See Light Yellow
  5. I See Yellow
  6. I See Light Green
  7. I See Green
  8. I See Light Blue
  9. I See Blue
  10. I See Light Purple
  11. I See Purple
  12. I See Light Brown
  13. I See Brown
  14. I See Grey


Meet Erin Fulks

After becoming the mother of a special needs child and through her own visual impairment, Erin discovered the world of Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI). She didn't know what a brick wall actually looked like until the seventh grade. Her vision has become worse with time, but discovering a condition where a child's vision could improve with proper imagry and exercises, Erin knew she had a talent she could offer the CVI community...



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