The children with CVI who are responding visually to this technology suddenly have a platform for accessing and developing many skills. Children have been observed to engage with the content of specific Apps by using sight guided reach. It is also offering opportunities to improve fine motor skills as children isolate fingers for activating content and other movements such as swiping and pinching. And it goes without saying- the cognitive and language learning opportunities that visual attention and recognition afford these children is abounding.
The following offers a slide show of several apps to try with children with CVI. Several are free or offer a free light version and several offer alternative access and are switch accessible.