It is available via AFB press: http://www.afb.org/store/product.asp?sku=978-0-89128-442-0&mscssid=63.
The second resource that I have is a nice read from TSBVI about CVI. The article is Cortical Visual Impairment: An Overview of Knowledge. Article link: http://www.tsbvi.edu/program-and-administrative-resources/3276-cortical-visual-impairment-an-overview-of-current-knowledge. I like this article because it gives you an easy snapshot of CVI. The Roman book is quite in-depth with information.
I have a third resource but I haven't figured out how to post it yet (soon, hopefully!). The third one is written by three of my favorite teachers for the visually impaired. They do a wonderful presentation on CVI. Perhaps I can snag one of them to write for me!
Again, I will post as I do with other CVI posts, the importance of understanding the unique needs of children with CVI. CVI is not a ocular impairment. It truly does have its own unique needs and it is important that therapists, general education classroom teachers and other members of the education team see the distinct needs of our CVI kiddos.
If you are unsure about these unique characteristics, see your TVI (or keep reading my blog). There is also a message board on FamilyConnect that I like as well. You can go to www.familyconnect.org or here's the link to their CVI forum: http://www.familyconnect.org/message_board_subjects.asp?FolderID=54.