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Interview Information

Color

10. & 16. Maybe prefers red.

Need for Movement

1. Move object to gain interest. 
11. No response to shiny objects/mirrors. 
12. Looks at ceiling fans
14. Notices movement.

Visual Latency

 

Field Preferences

3. Uses peripheral fields (left).
6. center left. 
18. Positions head straight while reaching. 
20. Position items on left side.

Complexity

23. Does not look at faces.

Light

1. Put object on light board to gain interest. 
2. Orients head toward light box.
9 Likes to look at things in front of light board. 
12. Light gazes. 
20. Position items on light box to help him see it.

Distance Viewing

6. Within 1 foot.
13. Puts face ON object to see it.

Atypical Visual Reflexes

 

Visual Novelty

19 Reaches out and touches new things. 

Visually Guided Reach

4. Primarily finds objects tactually. 
19 Reaches out and touches new things. 
18. Positions head straight while reaching. 

 

Observation Information

Color

Clip 2: Yellow not "favored." 
Clip 4: Blue is "favored." 

Need for Movement

Clip 3. Attends to large moving object at 3 feet.

Visual Latency

Cllip 2: Needed more time to look before he could process whoopee cushion visually. 
Clip 4: Several short glances before he could act.

Field Preferences

Clip 4 & 5: Definite preference of left central field.

Complexity

Clip 1: Is unable to look and touch at the same time with light environmental noise. 
Clip 2: Tried to use vision with small amount of environmental noise, then completely stopped when became more noisy. 
Clip 3: Uses vision briefly when noise does not compete (physical factors are also competing here).
Clip 4 & 5: Fixated on blue button briefly with little competing visual/auditory information, and later when teacher is talking.

Light

Clip 1: Light gazing during activity

Distance Viewing

Clip 3: Visually attended to large moving object at 3 feet (teacher walking in front of him) and identified as a person by saying, "Hello."

Atypical Visual Reflexes

 

Visual Novelty

Clip 4 & 5: Favorite object (blue button) elicited visual attention.

Visually Guided Reach

Clip 5: Looks and touches at the same time with familiar, motivating object.