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Early Intervention Bookshelf

The Babies with CVI book is held open to a page that includes an image of a woman and infant.

Early intervention services help children who are blind, have low vision, and who have multiple disabilities as they prepare to enter school. APH Press offers a selection of books to assist service providers as they work with children and families.



To find related products, read the Building Your Early Childhood Toolkit blog.

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