My son has a cortical vision impairment. I understand there is no therapy for this and it's all about using other senses to compansate and there is no rehabilitation. Is this accurate?
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Although there are different forms of cortical vision impairment, many presentations are often improved and functional visual limitations reduced with Neuro-Optometric Vision Therapy. I would recommend you go to www.covd.org and the "locate a doctor" section to find a board certified specialist in your area to idenfity an accurate functional prognosis.
-Dr Bryce Appelbaum, OD, FCOVD