A poster giving details of the MEVU research and an image of a teddy bear wearing green framed glasses.

Parents invited to take part in research

 Sophie Waltl (Bachelor of Occupational Therapy honours student, Australian Catholic University) is assisting with research on a new assessment that describes vision use in children – the ‘Measure of Early Vision Use’ or MEVU.

The research team are seeking specific feedback from parents / caregivers to understand whether MEVU (which was originally developed for children with cerebral palsy) can / should also be used for children with a visual impairment.

Parents of children with vision impairment aged 0-6 years are invited to complete a short online survey or take part in an online interview to discuss MEVU. The measure can’t be used with children with vision impairment until this stage of the research has been completed.

Click here to find out more and take part

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