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Christine Roman-Lantzy, PhD, is Director of the Pediatric VIEW (Vision Information and Evaluation
at West Penn Hospital) Program at Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh, and a private
consultant for Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) Resources. A teacher of students with visual impairments, certified orientation and mobility specialist, and infant development specialist,
Dr. Roman-Lantzy has worked extensively in public schools and neonatal ICUs and NICU follow-up programs, where she collaborated with families, therapists, and physicians. She is the recipient of the 2008 C. Warren Bledsoe Award from the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the
Blind and Visually Impaired for the first edition of Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, the first textbook to describe an educational methodology for evaluating the functional vision of students with CVI and offer a framework for intervention. Dr. Roman-Lantzy is also coauthor of the second edition of the Preschool Orientation and Mobility Screening and has contributed journal articles and book chapters on orientation and mobility, children with multiple disabilities, and visual assessment for infants and has presented lectures and workshops on CVI and consulted with organizations and educational teams across the United States and around the world. Together with the Perkins School for the Blind, she launched the Perkins-Roman CVIRange Endorsement, providing an opportunity for professionals to demonstrate expertise in the CVI Range framework. Since first working with children with CVI in the mid-1970s, Dr. Roman-Lantzy has assessed thousands of children with CVI and other visual impairments in a variety of settings and continues to be devoted to supporting families affected by CVI.
about the contributors
chapter 1 phase iii cortical visual impairment
chapter 2 a path to literacy for students who have cvi
chapter 3 children with cvi and complex communication needs
chapter 4 the ‘what’s the complexity?’ framework
chapter 5 cvi and the development of social skills
chapter 6 cvi and orientation and mobility
chapter 7 cvi and deafblindness: considerations for the cvi range assessment