|An attribute tray from a CVI teacher's blog|
- When showing your child objects always move them, but gently and slowly.
- Wrap red or yellow ponytail holders around your child’s wrists and ankles to encourage awareness of the extremities.
- Present your child with “attribute trays”. These are trays filled with several different but similar objects. For instance: an array of heavy objects, or of cups, or bowls or fabrics.
- Remember to only use objects - and familiar ones – if, like us, you are just starting to stimulate your child’s residual vision. Pictures should be introduced at a much later stage.