CVI interventions for mathematics support the participation of students with CVI in broad goals highlighted in Bridge School’s Curriculum in Action. The broad goals are for students to:

- Develop fluency in basic computational skills.
- Develop an understanding of mathematical concepts.
- Become mathematical problem solvers who can recognize and solve routine problems readily and can find ways to reach a solution or goal where no routine path is apparent.
- Communicate precisely about quantities, logical relationships and unknown values through the use of signs, symbols, models, graphs and mathematical terms.
- Reason mathematically by gathering data, analyzing evidence and building arguments to support or refute hypotheses.
- Make connections among mathematical ideas and between mathematics and other disciplines.

Interventions involve providing accommodations for specific concepts like counting with 1:1 correspondence by using a light box to present manipulatives, using adapted schedules and calendars for daily measurement tasks and using assistive technology like onscreen calculators.